Clavinet II edit Same general description as the Clavinet I except the bronze-gold hammertone painted aluminium fascia panel below the keys has the word 'Clavinet II' in black at the left.
Clavinet I edit The Clavinet I is housed in a bulky timber veneer box with a rectangular case profile.
2010-era music that draws on the sound of this era often uses similar effects with the clavinet.
Suggest new /777/s here.Clavinet L edit The Clavinet L, introduced in 1968 was a domestic model and featured a wood-veneered triangular home games pokerstars body with three wooden legs, reverse-colour keys and an acrylic glass music stand.The words 'Hohner Clavinet C' are screen printed on the right hand end.Most clavinets have two sets of pickups, positioned above and below the strings.Electronic effects added a unique sound to the clavinet.These instruments were designed for the home market, and made no attempt to emulate the electro-mechanical clavinet.The clavinet has pickup selector switches, and a guitar-level output that connects to an amplifier.Trossingen, West Germany from 1964 to the early 1980s.Originally, Hohner intended the instrument for home use and early European classical and folk music.The unique playing feel of a clavinet comes from this abrupt impact of the pad striking its anvil point against the string.WT, pS, home, manage, we are in the process of fixing long-standing bugs with the thread reader.
The legs fit into a box section under the top surface for transport.
An electro-magnetic pickup turns the string vibration into an electric current.
It has a bronze-gold hammertone painted aluminium fascia panel below the keys with the word 'Clavinet I' in black at the left hand end.