After the (in every way) heavyweight "Hammond B3" here now, as a counterpart, another classic in the field of rock organs:
VOX Continental 301
This single-manual organ appeared around 1962 and during the 1960s was the rock organ par excellence; when the well-known groups used an organ alongside guitars, it was in most cases the VOX Continental, ranging from The Beatles (I'm Down) to The Doors (Light My Fire), The Animals (House Of The Rising Sun) to Iron Butterfly (In A Gadda Da Vida).
Characteristic are the housing with the orange-red cover, the inverse-colored keyboard and the steel tube base with the Z-shaped supports.
I have attached the organ in two different compilations:
If the "Connie" is to be played standing up, I have attached a small pedestal so that the trigger of the DJ console "fits" without the player sinking into the ground; the file contains the organ with base frame, the swell pedal, the connecting cables and that pedestal as separate groups on a small base plate at position X (-11.2066), Y (-5.88595), Z (-3.98699).
If the organ is to be played while seated, the pedestal is dropped and it is standing on the floor as usual. I have added a small stool, which allows the right stance with the trigger of the bar stool. Also in this compilation organ, swell pedal, connecting cables and stool are grouped separately.