Fuck Yeah, Electroacoustic Instruments

I'm a musicologist obsessed with electroacoustic instruments. This blog is created to share the love.

Feel free to ask questions.

(Note: electronic instruments are part of the category of electroacoustic instruments. An example of an electroacoustic instrument that is not an electronic instrument is the Hammond organ, since the sound of the Hammond is produced with tone wheels, not by electric current.)

Wurlitzer - Rudolph Wurlitzer Company, MS (US), 1955-1982.
Electromechanical piano. Sound is produced by acoustic piano mechanics combined with electric pickups and is vaguely comparable to that of the much more popular Fender Rhodes. 
Check: The Beatles (Let It Be), Pink Floyd (The Dark Side of the Moon), Beck (Where It’s At)

Wurlitzer - Rudolph Wurlitzer Company, MS (US), 1955-1982.

Electromechanical piano. Sound is produced by acoustic piano mechanics combined with electric pickups and is vaguely comparable to that of the much more popular Fender Rhodes. 

Check: The Beatles (Let It Be), Pink Floyd (The Dark Side of the Moon), Beck (Where It’s At)