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But more probably its sensual use by Vangelis on his masterful score for Ridley Scott's 'Blade Runner'.
ELECTRIC CLAVICHORD or "CLAV" Arguably its most famous incarnation is on Stevie's monster 'Superstition' written originally as part of a collaboration with Jeff Beck, with this instrument being used merely as an illustration of what Stevie wanted the guitars to do.
These are dual motors that oscillate the selected effect parameter AND then oscillate the oscillator!
We charged them with the task of creating the definitive collection of classic work-horse 1960s and 70s keyboards; The 'Spitfire Electric Piano', a not-for-the-superstitious 'Electric Clavichord', a Stage Piano, and the rare Electric Keyboard Bass (made famous by Ray Manzarek of The Doors in the absence of a full time bassist) this one dating back to 1962 with a serial number of 000463! • Over 100 presets designed by Christian Henson • Bass keyboard section "alone worth price of entry".
SPITFIRE ELECTRIC PIANO or "EP" Arguably the most successful work-horse electric piano of the 1960s and 70s.
The 64 note Stage Piano (known to many musos as a "Wurly") comprises of a single steel reed for each key, activated by a miniature version of a conventional grand piano action and forming part of an electrostatic pickup system.
We love it for its soft mellow tones at the bottom, and its biting totally transformed angry mid-tones when played harder and louder.