Synth Site: Moog- Cordovox: CDX Organ: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.9 out of 5
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ante susnjara a hobbyist user from croatia writes:
i own a moog cdx , big whit , double key board organ thing. its in pretty good condition but i havent turned it on for about 7 years, since i moved to croatia from australia. im willing to part with it if someone gives me an offer i cant refuse. it looks great and would make a fantastic retro 70s futuristic decoration, which is also playable, in the living room.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-26-2006 at 15:51
jeff sims from morro bay, ca. u.s.a. writes:
I have a cordovox with reverb, that must be a tank reverb because if you bump it you get a thunder clap effect! O.K. I've looked it over good and it is solid state! I don't have the accordian. It's two cabs with the thick cord for the accordian. It has settings for dark,med.,brite, bass treble. I played electric harmonica through it with the reverb and found it to be very rich. Probably due to the beautful two 12 inch speakers etc. I'm willing to sell it!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jan-17-2006 at 02:47
ted a professional user from farmington hills, mich writes:
I was the youngest person to play the cordovox, I got my first at 9 years old,1964.cg4 model. In 1971 I got my Super V, I played many years, and still play trying to find a super 5 or 7. If possible, please contact me. Played prof. from the time I was 12.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-13-2005 at 12:52
Glen Stegner a professional user from USA writes:
I think many people here are confusing this (Organ/MoogSynth combo) with the Cordovox accordion/organ combo. The latter is an actual accordion with an organ-based control panel (yellow, red, green and white rocker switches) and has key contacts to transmit to the organ section - which is housed in a tall, tower-like amplifier/speaker combo. The accordion section was acoustic and there was a built-in pickup to send the accordion sound to the amp/speaker section, which you could then mix in with the organ sound.

I took accordion lessons from 8 yrs old (1968) to about 1972. In the middle of this, my parents got us a Cordovox (circa 1970). It was a very cool instrument as I remember.

But is is not the Moog-Cordovox which is the subject of these reviews.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-30-2005 at 11:40
Sharon a professional user from SW Colorado USA writes:
I have a 3 piece Cordovox accordian, amplifier/generator and leslie system that I am considering selling. It is in excellent condition. I bought it new approximately 1971 or 1972 in Independence MO. I played it for approximately 6 years and just got it out of storage. Would love to chat.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-29-2005 at 15:00
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