Vox Continental Baroque organ (electronic)

Elettronica Musicale Europea (EME)/Voxcirca 1968

National Music Centre

National Music Centre

The original Vox Continental combo organ was an iconic instrument in the mid- to late-’60s, beloved by bands like the Animals, The Velvet Underground and The Doors. The more sophisticated Continental II and Continental Baroque, seen here, were introduced to the market in 1967 and 1968, respectively. The Baroque’s double manuals (keyboards) allow players more timbre versatility—the upper manual includes those of the banjo, harpsichord and lute, among many others. It also includes, unusually, a wah- and pitch- bend effect lever.


  • Title: Vox Continental Baroque organ (electronic)
  • Creator: Elettronica Musicale Europea (EME)/Vox
  • Date Created: circa 1968
  • Location Created: Italy
  • Type: Model V305 Continental Baroque, View 1/7

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