Incredibly rare 240v (AUS) version of the RMI 'Electra Piano'. One of what must be a very, very small few located in Australia.
The 368 is the 68-key version of the legendary RMI (Rocky Mount Instruments) 300 Electra Piano/Harpsichord. This keyboard was a progrock staple in the 1970's. It has the ability to layer its piano and harpsichord sounds, lute and organ sounds with a 'accenter' too! Controllable with a master volume fader as well as a fader to accentuate the low end (bass). Hardwired 240v plug and 1/4" cable. Made in USA.
Made famous by Ron Mael from the band Sparks on their classic albums 'Kimono My House' & 'Propaganda'. Yes, it's on 'This Town Ain't Big Enough for the Both of Us'!
Also used by Stevie Wonder, Tony Banks (Genesis), Steve Winwood, Elton John and heard on songs like 'Right Place, Wrong Time' by Dr John making the RMI Electra Piano one of the most heard electric pianos of the era.
Missing original sustain pedal however full functional and sounding great.
Includes legs & original lid that locks on when you're not using it.
- Item Number: 23356
- Make: RMI
- Model: 368X Electra Piano
- Condition: Very Good
- Finish: Black
- Categories: keyboards-and-synths ⇒ electric-pianos
- Year: 1970s
- Made In: United States
- MPN: 23356