Korg CX3 61-Key Combo Organ  

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With the Korg CX3 61-Key Combo Organ, Korg has duplicated classic organ tones right down to adjustable leakage sounds of mechanical tonewheels. With the Korg CX3's 128 program locations and over 64 presets you can cover the whole musical map from pop, hard rock, jazz, and gospel to R&B. A host of keyboardists including Brian Auger, Tom Coster, and Greg Phillinganes contributed their signature sounds to a huge array of voicings. 2 sets of nine draw bars can be extensively controlled while percussive effects add that authentic "thunk" to notes. 3 amp simulations deliver real rotary speaker, classic tube amp, or preamp only sounds. An adjustable split function lets you use 2 sounds at once to create upper and lower keyboards. Or plug in a second MIDI board to re-create the dual manual-playing experience. The Korg CX3 combo organ's 61 keys have ultrafast response speed for authentic trills and glissandi.

Features
  • 128 program locations
  • Over 64 presets
  • Signature sounds from Brian Auger, Tom Coster, Greg Phillinganes, and others
  • Two sets of nine draw bars
  • Rotary speaker, classic tube amp, or preamp only simulations
  • Split function

Hey, you organists! Get real! Order the CX3 today.

 

CX3 61-Key Combo Organ Specifications:

  • Register online and extend your warranty for an extra year, free! Product Registration is for U.S. customers only.
  • Register your Korg keyboard, keyboard rack module, or digital piano online and receive a certificate that extends the product warranty for an extra year from the date of purchase. This offer is good for US customers only for new Korg keyboards, workstations, keyboard rack modules and digital pianos purchased from us after November 1, 2002. All other products will receive the standard warranty that is included with all of Korg's products. Void where prohibited by law.
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KorgCX3 61-Key Combo Organ
 
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5.0

Best Keyboard Out There

By Pat L.

from Central NY

Comments about Korg CX3 61-Key Combo Organ:

I did a single act over the road full time for 38 years on a B-3. I now have a Korg BX3 , and am going to get my self a Korg CX3. The BX3 and the CX3 touch, and feel ,are the real deal. I am very impressed with all of the features on these two Korg models. They can't be beat. I wish I had these Korg keyboards 40 years ago.

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5.0

The Best B3 Clone

By Rockman59

from Seattle, WA

Comments about Korg CX3 61-Key Combo Organ:

I used an XB2 and Motion Sound Pro-3 "Leslie" for 11 years. The XB2 finally started giving me problems. I purchased a new CX3 based on the sound and other features. I looked at and played every other clone available. The CX3 was by far the best. I even sold the Motion Sound as the "Leslie" in the new CX3 was so good I didn't need the other unit anymore. I have owned two B3's and know what the real Hammond sound is. The CX3 is as close as you'll get and at 37 pounds...well it is my kind of gig keyboard.

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5.0

Excellent! All stops full out...

By Bill B.-c0Z0A

from Bristol, UK

Comments about Korg CX3 61-Key Combo Organ:

I've been chasing that elusive Hammond sound for nearly two decades now. My last purchase was EMU's B3 module, which I must admit, blew me away. An old friend of mine came up to me at a recent gig, loving the sound I'd got, but raving about the CX3. I had to go check it out. I played it for three hours and couldn't help buying it - an impulse buy that my bank manager will probably be nagging me about for months to come. But that's how good it is... having played loads of emulations in the past, I've never really felt like Keith Emerson or Jon Lord until I got my hands on this baby. Even playing through the presets, there is so much variation to be had just by adding or changing the various effects available that it was almost a week before I started to play with the drawbars and make my own sounds. And here the beast really takes off. Korg's display panel allows you to view the drawbar settings for each preset so that, from here, it's easy to recreate the preset sound and then experiment with the settings to "fine tweak" the sound to your exact requirements. Percussive effects and leakage emulation add to the authenticity - that real "choking Hammond" sound that you've been striving for for years, re-created with a minimum effort and a little talent! I played the original Korg CX3 several years ago (it was OK), but this is a whole new ball game. For the first time ever, I've really found the sounds I was looking for. I don't know what the future might hold for Hammond emulations, but this is definitely the closest thing I've heard so far, and the only one I've felt happy with after a month playing it.

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5.0

Outstanding tone and feel...

By DCP

from Central New York, USA

Comments about Korg CX3 61-Key Combo Organ:

Korg's CX-3 feels like a B3...what more could you want? I'll tell you what more. How about amazing tone with 18 drawbars to play with and kick-ass percussive capability. If you like details, heck, you can even adjust the simulated Leslie speaker's horn and rotor speed before adjusting the microphone distance and location. You won't want to stop playing this so, for now...why don't you just see for yourself and try it somewhere?!

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