#1
i dont know where to put this, so.....anyway, i might be buying an electric organ tomorrow, it has some effects and percussion on it too, and it used to be used in a church. i was just wondering if something like that has a place in a rock band really, could i use it in place of a synth?
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#3
haha, im srry. this one im buying isnt too big actually, but i have to move furniture to make room for it.
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#5
it all depends what your playing, but it def. could
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#6
actually, for those of u thinking that its huge, its really not. its not too much larger than an electric piano
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#7
Lol, I've got this really old organ. Piece of junk. I'd rather have a grand piano. Man would I ever like one...
Beautiful sound they have... I'd play it every day.

Organd suck, don't get one.
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#9
There's a band called Cursive that uses one, or something like it, so ya, I'm sure you can find a place for it in some kind of music
#11
idk...they said it was an electric organ......i barely can even play piano, and im only getting it to learn more really. i dont know too much about em.
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#13
pics as soon as my slow ass dial up connection will let me find one and upload it
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#14
this isnt exactly it, but its close to wat it looks like
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