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  • oops! I did it again. E-75. Technical question on coupler



    It's getting hard to conceal my Electone addiction from friends and family.</p>

    </p>

    Yesterday
    I snuck an E-75 into the basement. Stoked. This has the
    added Strings and Vocal ensemble as well as the stereo output.</p>

    One question for the techical gurus: the coupler for the lower to upper isn't working ... any suggestions ?</p>

    As always, many thanks in advance.

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    Re: oops! I did it again. E-75. Technical question on coupler



    Congrats Fred! [:D] I can't offer any insight into your coupler issue, but nice score!</p>

    Cheers
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    Frank
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    Hammond C3 & Leslie 122, Yamaha E70, Lowrey MX1

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      E-75 ....Doh!



      I figured it out. It was something simple. Doh!

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      </p>

      Because the E-75 has the updated rhythm box and
      arpeggiator, when the red button of the ABC is turned on, it
      automatically steals the lower orchestra voices for that synchopated
      chording. Kind of cool, but kind of annoying.</p>

      </p>

      So
      naturally, as soon as I turned the ABC to "normal" everything worked
      perfectly. No other issues at the moment. I think the main
      problem was that this organ had sat for a while, unused. So it's
      taking some warming up and playing through of all the buttons and
      switches to get everything going. </p>

      Great sound ... stereo outputs and full symphonic strings.

      </p>

      </p>

      </p>

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        Re: oops! I did it again. E-75. Technical question on coupler



        I'd like to know how you "snuck" an E-75 into your basement! That sucker is about the same size and weight as my FX-20. Kind of hard to "hide".</P>
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