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Rarest instrument you’ve ever played? #2977138
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Just curious if you’ve ever laid your hands on something really rare...

I’ll confess, I don’t have much to offer in this arena. I’d settle for playing a real Hammond B-3 (I’ve never had that experience).

Have you ever played a Moog modular? Maybe a Buchla creation? Maybe an ultra-rare acoustic piano or harpsichord?


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Buddy's granddad had a 1920's or something silly old like that little acoustic Gibson Parlour guitar. He inherited it and I got to put hands on it. Can't say I can fully appreciate a guitar, though, I'm just not very good at it.

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i got to play on a fully reconditioned hammond BC ,the one with the chorus generator . a friend of mine did the work , had alot
of free time on his hands at the time .all the the steal and brass parts were shining .weighed a ton

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I played a pipe organ in a church in Scotland. What made it rare was the bellows were water-driven. That is, in order to pump the bellows, they turned a valve to run water through a pump that moved the bellows up and down.

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Keith Emerson's Modular Moog. Not exactly played, but I got to touch it...

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An in-tune acoustic piano in a posh restaurant.

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Three different Moog modular systems, one of which is an enormous conglomerate with 10 or 12 oscillaters, five filters, etc. which belongs to a friend of mine. Also played briefly a Buchla and a Serge, btw.

A Boesendorfer Imperial 290 in Buenos Aires, by far the best piano I ever touched.

A bunch of pipe organs. I was lucky to have spent my childhood and early adolescence in an area with a big church, and a huge pipe organ in it. They used to hold concerts on it. Thru my mom, I made friend with the priest, telling that I was studying music, etc. - so he let me spend a substantial amount of time with the instrument. I was 12 or 13... Other than having a *lot* of fun, I learned a new world of things, just fooling around with the registers, the coupling, the pedalboard, the delays, etc.
With that, plus a bit of reading, I acquired enough knowledge to be able to play at weddings, celebrations, etc. a few years later. (not on that organ, though)

A couple of Yamaha DX1s.

The wonderful Rhodes Mark VII at NAMM 2009. (Again, thanks, Dave!)

VCS3, ARP 2600, CS80... most of the analog vintage stuff.

Once, I went to a studio which specialized in collecting, restoring and renting vintage instruments. I got there with the purpose of comparing my Studio Electronics SE-1 with a real Minimoog - which we did. Then I got to play a bit of Hammond B-3 with Leslie 122. I spent quite some time on the Hammond, then when it came time to go, I noticed a PS-3300 in a corner!
It was too late to ask to fire it up... I had never played one, and I never saw one again.

Re: Rarest instrument you’ve ever played? [Re: marino] #2977161
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I stood in line at Gearfest (2016) to play a Hammond Novachord for a few minutes. Interesting, but not an earth-shattering experience.

I also played Keith Emerson’s C-3 for a few minutes, after a friend got me backstage and I befriended his tech before an Emerson & Lake duo show back in 2010. Much more meaningful experience.


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I talked the folks at the Stephen Foster museum into letting me briefly play the Von Janko keyboard there, even though I was just a teenager.

Also got to play an Technos Acxel Resynthesizer (pretty cool instrument actually), and a Kinetic Sound Prism (barely working at the time) at a NAMM show in Atlanta more years ago then I'm willing to admit..



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- various pipe organs, harpsichords and clavichords
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- Chroma, Oberheim Xpander, Synclavier, Fairlight

- various vintage Les Pauls - 59 bursts, 52 gold tops, 60s black beauties..
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Re: Rarest instrument you’ve ever played? [Re: Les Mizzell] #2977173
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Originally Posted By: Les Mizzell
Also got to play an Technos Acxel Resynthesizer (pretty cool instrument actually), and a Kinetic Sound Prism (barely working at the time) at a NAMM show in Atlanta more years ago then I'm willing to admit..

Wow. I would love to put my hands on those instruments, especially the Technos Acxel. Actually, when its inventor came to Italy to demonstrate it, I drove 700 km to Milano in order to see the thing. I actually got to exchange a few ideas with the man, and like everyone else in the room, I stood there with my eyes and ears wide open during the demonstration. I *still* am waiting for a working implementation of harmonic resynthesis...

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Another fun one was when I was at Alesis, and we had Hans Zimmer's GX1 for a little while to sample it for the Vintage Synths QCard. cool

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Re: Rarest instrument you’ve ever played? [Re: marino] #2977179
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Originally Posted By: marino
Three different Moog modular systems, one of which is an enormous conglomerate with 10 or 12 oscillaters, five filters, etc. which belongs to a friend of mine. Also played briefly a Buchla and a Serge, btw.

A Boesendorfer Imperial 290 in Buenos Aires, by far the best piano I ever touched.

A bunch of pipe organs. I was lucky to have spent my childhood and early adolescence in an area with a big church, and a huge pipe organ in it. They used to hold concerts on it. Thru my mom, I made friend with the priest, telling that I was studying music, etc. - so he let me spend a substantial amount of time with the instrument. I was 12 or 13... Other than having a *lot* of fun, I learned a new world of things, just fooling around with the registers, the coupling, the pedalboard, the delays, etc.
With that, plus a bit of reading, I acquired enough knowledge to be able to play at weddings, celebrations, etc. a few years later. (not on that organ, though)

A couple of Yamaha DX1s.

The wonderful Rhodes Mark VII at NAMM 2009. (Again, thanks, Dave!)

VCS3, ARP 2600, CS80... most of the analog vintage stuff.

Once, I went to a studio which specialized in collecting, restoring and renting vintage instruments. I got there with the purpose of comparing my Studio Electronics SE-1 with a real Minimoog - which we did. Then I got to play a bit of Hammond B-3 with Leslie 122. I spent quite some time on the Hammond, then when it came time to go, I noticed a PS-3300 in a corner!
It was too late to ask to fire it up... I had never played one, and I never saw one again.


There’s a software version of the PS-3300 called FB-3300.
http://music.fullbucket.de/fb3300.html
It sounds super close to the original.


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Yamaha CS-80. I was in high school and we recorded an album in a studio that had one. I was a pianist for our choral group and actually got to use it on several tracks.


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I've had the privilege of playing a few pipe organs in various churches in Singapore and Australia. Each of them has a unique history, but in the grand scheme of pipe organs, they weren't massive .... the one I knew best was at St Andrews Cathedral Singapore, where I attended and served as one of several "pinch hitter" organists who would work with the choir on special events.

The cathedral instrument was lovely but needed serious work in the 1980s. They replaced it with a Rodgers electronic organ for awhile. I have heard they restored the old pipe organ to her glory recently. Perhaps one of these days ....

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Marino, if this were a contest, I think you win. You've lived a charmed keyboard life. Very impressive.


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Originally Posted By: Les Mizzell
Also got to play an Technos Acxel Resynthesizer (pretty cool instrument actually), and a Kinetic Sound Prism (barely working at the time) at a NAMM show in Atlanta more years ago then I'm willing to admit..


Wow, very cool on the Technos... I remember reading a blurb about it in Keyboard decades ago. They never reviewed it (that I can recall), but I remember reading a short clip about how advanced it was.


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I have a bucket list of instruments I'd like to try...

I think I can get my hands on a pipe organ (see other thread), but I'd really like to play a real B-3. I was on a cruise ship once and I'm pretty sure the instrument on stage was legit, but I lacked the courage at the time to ask if I could lay my hands on it.

I'd love to play a vintage Oberheim (OB-Xa or Matrix 12). A Model D might be fun as well (the closest I've come is a Voyager or Sub-37).

In terms of a piano, I think I could get my hands on a top flight Bosendorfer. I bought my MP11 from a piano store, and the manager was ultra cool. I'm pretty certain he'd let me play one of their flagships as long as it's off-hours, etc.

But I don't have any great stories about ultra-rare instruments. I started playing in 1986/1987, so playing a real Rhodes or Wurlitzer is an accomplishment.


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Keith Emerson’s Modular,a Yamaha GX-1,The last B3 off the assembly line...

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I didn't really play it, but I sat down and listened to the Wave Organ in San Francisco. I sat there listening, it was very relaxing, sounded like a bunch of toilets flushing.



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Re: Rarest instrument you’ve ever played? [Re: PianoMan51] #2977205
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Originally Posted By: PianoMan51
An in-tune acoustic piano in a posh restaurant.


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Originally Posted By: Sundown
Marino, if this were a contest, I think you win. You've lived a charmed keyboard life. Very impressive.


Astute observation, grasshopper. Marino does win. cool


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It would be a shorter list if I went with what I *haven't* laid hands to. I hit the trifecta of LOCATION, time-in-history and sheer luck. A friend of a friend once invited me to visit a couple he knew who had a home built around a major Rogers pipe organ. I can recall several building-block experiences like that. My rarest would probably be with a RMI Harmonic Synthesizer and Keyboard Computer. It had two sets of 16 sliders for modifying the harmonic generators and a really advanced filter with a choice of three types. I recall it as being like the Kawai K5 additive synth: reaching too far for the CPU power of the time. It could be filtered, but it had an inherently gritty aspect that really needed it. It was definitely on another planet compared with the analog monosynths and Jupiter-8 I haunted in music stores of the time. This was the age of dinosaurs, when memory came in kilobytes and the 2 & 4 MB Ataris blew people's minds, so the RMI was damned near hallucination-inducing. Ah, precious synth memories.


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Originally Posted By: marino
I *still* am waiting for a working implementation of harmonic resynthesis...


I am wondering what you mean.

For taking samples, reducing them to additive partials and then resynthesizing utilizing the additive elements ... check out Logic Alchemy on the mac. On PC you could use Fruity Loops Harmor which seems roughly similar, although I have no experience with it. Here's an example of the resynthesis process in Alchemy. You can scan backwards or forward through sections of a sample to extract partials and their envelopes, control the partials in volume and tuning and run them through a synth architecture after the resynthesis. Is this what you are referring to? Hope this helps... I can only imagine the beautiful sounds you would create with these tools.

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i almost forgot this one , when i was a kid i took lessons briefly from
a local player , he had his b3 home one week , i got to play on a 1 1/2
year old b3

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Originally Posted By: David Emm
It would be a shorter list if I went with what I *haven't* laid hands to. I hit the trifecta of LOCATION, time-in-history and sheer luck.


I feel the same way. Sometimes being an old guy helps. Possibly the rarest synth I played was the EML Synkey. I studied synths with a distributor. He also had a 400/401. You just didn't see that stuff in the wild.

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Rare in the US but not in Hungary or Romania: a 1920's grenadilla wood Tarogato.

Also a couple of weird keyboards that were kind of specialty and didn't stick around, but I can't remember what they were called.

One was some sort of "player piano" style thingie that was likely a harmonium and certainly was SOME type of organ vs. a variant of a piano. My great-grandmother had chanced upon it and it was rare even for her time.

The other was a "Mozart piano" (probably an early Fortepiano or another early piano whose name I forget, as it was a short keyboard of only a few octaves), that we were not allowed to play (but did anyway, when the adults weren't around) as it might fall apart. :-) My grandfather had "collected" it during WWII, and my grandmother used it as a mantlepiece after his death. My brother and cousins and I thought it was oh so much fun to play, as the keys had "slow action" and it was sort of bastringue-ish.

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