Which electronic organ brand is better?

by Ni Caicai hifactory

The electronic organ is a musical instrument produced in the twentieth century. The pioneer of the electronic organ is called the "Tiele", also known as the power piano, which was completed in 1900 by the American inventor Thaddeus Cassirer. Fifty years later, the electronic organ formed a boom, and countries around the world, led by the United States, began mass production of electronic organs. Since the 1990s, due to the rapid development of science and technology, various high-performance electronic organs have emerged. The electronic organ has become a very popular musical instrument and is welcomed by everyone.

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There are many types of electronic organ brands, you need to choose the right one according to your own hobbies and economy

Electronic organs can be divided into two categories:
1) Portable keyboard:
Although the volume of the portable electronic organ is small, there is only a row of keyboards, usually 61 keys. But they all have a variety of tones and rhythms. It is more popular in China, and our youth activity center is a single-row portable keyboard.

2) Multi-keyboard vertical keyboard:
A multi-keyboard vertical keyboard not only has two rows or more hand keyboards but also has a foot keyboard. Playing is more complicated and difficult than portable. However, it is extremely expressive, not only can simulate the effect of the band, but it also makes people feel immersive in various simulation effects. However, if you want to play a vertical electronic piano, you have to have the skills to perform, but you also need to have many abilities such as orchestration and improvisation. Major music schools in China also set up a specialty of the vertical electronic piano.

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