RMI Electra-Piano 300a

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RMI Electra-Piano 300a

465.00
  • Cosmetic Condition: Scratches on the top and sides. Has been repaired by us and is working great. Comes with the footpedal and lid! 
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The Model 300 series
Named the Electra Piano and Harpsichord, there were five models produced in this series, with the models having most features in common. All featured a single keyboard with an individual tone generator for each note, a single expression pedal to control volume, and a sustain pedal switch to activate the sustain. 

 

At this point it should be noted that the accenter and the organ mode stops were not musical voices. These stops were designed to be used in conjunction with a voicing stop. The accenter stop added a percussive knock effect to the tone, and the organ mode extended the decay characteristics of whatever musical voice stop was turned on.

  • The 300A
    Introduced in the fall of 1967 it consisted of a 61-note keyboard with an individual tone generator for each note, tuned to an 8-foot pitch. The unit was built into the familiar RMI plywood case style, covered in vinyl, black on the bottom, and blue on the top. The retail price on the instrument was $895. Production on this model ended in 1969 when the model 300B was introduced.