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Rhodes Mark I Suitcase piano built in 1977


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  • Model: Fender73suit
  • Shipping Weight: 200lbs
  • Manufactured by: Fender


Selling a working in good condition minus cigarette burns Rhodes Mark I Suitcase piano built in 1977.

Here's some info about this vintage electric piano. An instrument that defined Jazz, Pop and Rock hits from the 60s to now.

73 keys with a Neoprene hammer tips amd plastic hammer combs with the original curved cams and pedestal felts.
Suitcase Piano's amplifier is a FR7710 amp was now 100W stereo (2 x 50W), with pairs of 1/4" inputs and outputs for running the piano's signal to and from a mixing console. The FR7710 amp was also packaged as a standalone upright cabinet known as the Janus I System. These amps could be used as an upgrade for the Stage Piano (replacing the previous Super Satellite system), or to triple the Suitcase Piano's output by sending the Preamp Output channels to a pair of Janus cabinets(!) for an effective 300W RMS.

On the front panel, a pair of sliders for EQ and individual knobs to control the rate (Speed) and depth (Intensity) of the Vibrato effect. The 1/4" Accessory jacks functioned as a send (#1) and return (#2) for an effects loop.

Also includes are the accessories in the picture.

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