1 Steeple923 1 month ago OK. Here's the story. I've been looking for quite some time for a keyboard on which to learn and for recording. I am into 60's garage rock and love the sounds from Vox Continentals, Farfisas, and other analog type keyboards. I know the Continental has been reissued by Korg, but costs $2200, and any kind of Hammond is also $2-5K. Farfisas are cheap, but you can't find a used one that works (well) or is overpriced. I also didn't want to spend lots of dough on an expensive synth with added sim. software.A few weeks ago I was perusing Reverb and came across the Yamaha Reface YC. Dang if this wasn't exactly for what I was looking; and on sale for only $350 at Sam Ash. I watched about 10 videos, read a bunch of reviews, and then jumped on it. It has settings for Hammond, Vox Continental, Farfisa, Acetone, and Yamaha organs. It has drawbars, rotary speaker simulator, vibrato/chorus, distortion, and reverb. Wow! The first thing I've been practicing is 96 Tears by ? and the Mysterians. It only took me a couple minutes to dial in a very close approximation of that organ sound - still have to get more learning on the drawbars. Next will probably be Good Lovin' by the Young Rascals.