Wurlitzer 200 piano (electromechanical)

The Wurlitzer Companycirca 1970

National Music Centre

National Music Centre

One of the most widely used keyboard instruments of the ’60s and ’70s, the Wurlitzer 200 is featured on such classic cuts as Supertramp’s “Dreamer,” The Guess Who’s “These Eyes” and Pink Floyd’s “Money,” as well as on Beck’s 1996 album, Odelay. Combining the tone-producing mechanisms of instruments like the glockenspiel with the hammer mechanism of the conventional piano, the electric piano was highly prized for its unique tone and portability.


  • Title: Wurlitzer 200 piano (electromechanical)
  • Creator: The Wurlitzer Company
  • Date Created: circa 1970
  • Location Created: United States of America
  • Type: Model 200, View 1/7

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