• 1970 Yamaha YC-20 combo organ Black - Not working. For parts or repair

    Yamaha YC-20 Combo Organ. For Parts or Repair. Yamaha 70's combo organ. Not working. The Lofi Music Team have been providing professional audio solutions, restoration and repairs in the Sydney and Central Coast area for over ten years.
    AU $250.00
    Brand: Yamaha
    AU $380.00 postage
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  • Yamaha Electone Organ model a-55nf

    In perfect working order. Can deliver in the Brisbane area for an extra fee
    AU $0.99
    0 bidsEnding Thursday at 10:03 AEDST1d 15hLocal pickupBrand: Yamaha
  • Yamaha Organ

    Working order. ‘F’ foot peddle requires maintenance to hold in position (spring missing).
    AU $1.00
    Local pickupBrand: Yamaha
  • New listingYamaha Electone DK-40 Organ

    Dozens of different functions. 3 keyboards Accompanying bench seat comes with lift up lid and storage for music books. Instructions included. Size Organ Length 1153 Depth 748 Height 980 Bench seat Length 660 Depth 310 Height 545 It is very heavy and would require at least 2 men to move Pick up Miranda
    AU $100.00
    Local pickup
    or Best Offer
    Brand: Yamaha
  • Yamaha Electone Organ

    All keys work fine.
    AU $39.99
    Local pickupBrand: Yamaha
  • Electronic Organ - Yamaha

    Excellent Condition.
    AU $90.00
    Local pickup
    or Best Offer
    Brand: Yamaha
  • 1970 Yamaha YC-20 combo organ Red

    Conditions of Sale. If this is not observed, the item will be re-listed.
    AU $799.00
    Local pickup
    or Best Offer
    Brand: Yamaha
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  • YAMAHA Electrone ORGAN only used a few times as son loves bikes instead

    Unfortunatly my attempts to give music lessons to my child didnot work, ( he like bikes instead).
    AU $45.00
    Local pickup
    or Best Offer
    Brand: Yamaha
  • EL60 Yamaha Electone Organ MDR Digital Music Keyboard Stool ORIGINAL Doncaster

    Cellos sounded like cellos, trumpets sounded like trumpets! Truly orchestrated Electone was born. EL60 Yamaha Electone Organ.
    AU $1,800.00
    Local pickup
    or Best Offer
    Brand: Yamaha
  • Yamaha EL90 Electone Organ - very good condition

    Great orchestral sounds and authentic flute voices blended into a stylish compact design. Disc drive is built in, for quick recording. Cellos sounded like cellos, trumpets sounded like trumpets! Truly orchestrated Electone was born.
    AU $2,190.00
    Local pickup
    or Best Offer
    Brand: Yamaha
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    Type: Electric Organ
  • Yamaha Electone Organ

    Yamaha Electone Organ with Stool. Good working condition lid has had a bit of wear (see picture)
    AU $100.00
    Local pickup
    or Best Offer
    Brand: Yamaha
  • New listingYamaha electric organ, single pedal unit

    Yamaha electric organ. Single pedal unit.
    AU $1.00
    0 bidsEnding 30 Oct at 8:49 AEDST6d 14hLocal pickupBrand: YamahaType: Electric Organ

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Yamaha Organs

While organs are a specialised instrument, Yamaha continues to produce electric organs for home and concert use. Yamaha organs also have a long history, so there are plenty of vintage models to choose from.

The Organ

While the organ is quite an uncommon instrument, it has an extremely large repertoire due to its centuries-long use in religious and secular music. The traditional pipe organ uses a keyboard to direct airflow through tuned vertical pipes, causing them to sound. Organs have at least two banks of keys and possibly more, allowing the player to cover a huge range of notes. However, pipe organs are extremely expensive and mechanically complex, not to mention enormous. Most organs sold today are electric organs. Invented in the early 20th century, these do away with the air-driven pipes in favour of electronic oscillators that produce the instrument’s sound. Modern electric organs are entirely digital. However, the design of multiple keyboards, pedals and stops remains the same, allowing electric organ players to play classical organ pieces.

Yamaha Electric Organs

Yamaha’s own organ business began in 1959 with the launch of the D-1 Electone electric organ, which featured a pair of 49-note keyboards and 13 pedals. Over time, Yamaha integrated more and more synthesiser technology into their electric organs, and by 1975 the lines were combined in the form of the GX-1. Later Yamaha organs, such as the Stagea series launched in 2004, continued to combine organ-like controls with synthesiser-like internals. However, while Yamaha electric organs like the ELS-02 remain in production, they are only sold in certain regions.

Other Yamaha Keyboard Instruments

As well as electric organs, Yamaha also manufactures some other unusual keyboard instruments. Arrangement workstations and synthesisers provide creative musicians with an enormous range of sounds to draw upon, making them suitable for any style of music. Yamaha also sells celestas and keyboard glockenspiels, which use hammers to strike metal keys, as well as pianicas, which are handheld, keyboard-operated wind instruments. Of course, Yamaha also produces a wide selection of standard home keyboards ranging from entry-level student-oriented designs like the PSR-F51 to performance keyboard such as the PSR-EW400.

Yamaha Accessories

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