Played by Wayne McConnell from Marsupilam, the AT-350C Atelier Combo Organ was used on the "Spirit of 71" Stage last Friday evening. The band are old hands at the venue having first played there in 1971. More information can be found on them at their website
Afterwards, keyboard player Wayne McConnell was interviewed on BBC2 and said "This really is an amazing machine, it authentically recreates the sound and feel of the original B3 and many other popular Organs. Not only that, it looks amazing and the action is the best I've played. I can't thank Dean Lawrence (Accordion & Organ Product Manager Roland (UK) Ltd) enough. I highly recommend this instrument to any serious keyboard player looking for authentic sounds and action!"
Instruments played: Piano/Keys, Drums.
Musical equipment used: Roland Atelier Combo Organ, Roland RD700 Stage Piano, Various Roland Amps.
Back to news...