Extensive collection of sounds from the Philips Philicorda GM751 and GM753 transistor organs. Launched in the 1960's, the Philicorda GM571 was an affordable, compact single manual home organ with a built in spring reverb and speaker. The later Philicorda GM753 did not include the built-in speaker and the Chord function but is quite similar sounding otherwise. Some famous Philicorda users include The Cardigans, Soundtrack Of Our Lives and Adele.
Soundclip by Åke Danielson. PCord751 Vox1, PCord751 Vox2, PCord751 Vox3, PCord751 Vox4, PCord751 Vox5, PCord751 Vox6, PCord751 Vox7, PCord751 Vox8, PCord751 Vox9, PCord751 Vox10, PCord751 Chords, PCord751 Split1, PCord751 Split2, PCord751 Split3.
- PCord751 Chrd
- PCord751 Vox1 (= Vox I 8')
- PCord751 Vox2 (= Vox I V Combi 8')
- PCord751 Vox3 (= Vox I II IV V Combi 8'+ 4'+ 2')
- PCord751 Vox4 (= Vox I III V Combi 8'+ 4')
- PCord751 Vox5 (= Vox II 8')
- PCord751 Vox6 (= Vox II IV Combi 8'+ 2')
- PCord751 Vox7 (= Vox III 8')
- PCord751 Vox8 (= Vox III V Combi 8'+ 4')
- PCord751 Vox9 (= Vox IV 8')
- PCord751 Vox10 (= Vox V 8')
- PCord751 Split1 (= Chords and Stops Vox I III IV V Combi 8'+ 4')
- PCord751 Split2 (= Chords and Stops Vox III V Combi 8'+ 4')
- PCord751 Split3 (= Chords and Stops Vox I V Combi 8')
I to V are the original Tone color buttons Vox II, IV and V include the 4' and 2' up to C8, access via Transpose function
Vox III includes the 4' up to C7, access via Transpose function Chords and Stops programs are assigned to the keyboard like the original instrument incl. keyboard split point.