Crumar Mojo Suitcase

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Dual Manual Organ

  • 2 x 61-Key / 5 octave Waterfall keyboard with semi-weighted touch response
  • Removable keyboard cover
  • Side handles for more mobility
  • Sound generation: Physical Modeling
  • Rotary speaker simulation
  • Stereo digital reverb
  • 2 Groups of 9 drawbars each plus 2 pedalboard drawbars
  • Rotary controls for volume, drive, reverb, keyclick, crosstalk, percussion volume, balance, distance, bass, middle, treble
  • 4 Keys for tonewheel organ percussion
  • Drawbar HOLD mode
  • Two drawbar presets per manual with easy save mode
  • Pedal to lower function
  • Optional external Wi-Fi antenna can be connected (not included) for wireless connection to a smartphone/tablet/PC via Editor web app
  • 2 Line outputs: 6.3 mm jack balanced
  • 2 Pedal inputs: 6.3 mm jack (expression and sustain pedal)
  • 1 Input for half-moon or foot switch: 6.3 mm jack
  • MIDI input and output
  • USB MIDI
  • 2 USB Type A (host) ports for software updates and optional Wi-Fi module
  • Stereo headphone output: 6.3 mm jack
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 950 x 170 x 550 mm
  • Weight: 18 kg
available since January 2021
Item number 511853
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£1,433
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Worth the money, but not perfect
b3johnson 28.09.2021
Yes, it worth the money and seems more stable than the old mojo.

For the sound, it's good and bad! The sound is soulful and have the tube feel, but if you looking for a thing that perfectly copy the sound of the vintage hammond it's not the best choice. However, it's a good sounding instrument that combine the Hammond tone with some Crumar color, and it's sound good on stage!

For the keybed, it is very smooth that even smoother than the origional Hammond. Some action that will be lead to a wrong note on the real Hammond, but on the Mojo Suitcase it is easier to play so the wrong note is gone! The good thing is on stage, it make you play better. But for practice this can be dangerous that if you only practice on the new mojo you may end up play lots of wrong note on a real hammond or even other clones! (I prefer the Viscount Legend keybed)
At first i think it's the keybed too soft, but than i found its not the keybed. I connect to Hammond B3-X pluins and the keybed feel soild now. So i realize its the vitual multi-contact, the vitual multi-contact make the key too senitive that the sensor is set too high! (That remind me the keybed of my Hammond B3p MK2, same problem)
I will be happy if there will be an update to adjust the vitual multi contact or even turn it off.

Anotheer thing i don't like is the "Lock" for the lid under the lower manual, it always starch my hand when i play the Funky style bass line which i will randomly hit on the wood under the lower manual to make special "POP" sound effect...now i cannot play that on the mojo.....I tried to remove the lock but i found i cannot remove that easily. (Have to disassemble the whole organ to remove!) So for the Organist who play TONY MONACO style dont buy the suitcase, get the MOJO classic!

Finally i would like to compare with the Viscount Legend
Sound: Legend sound more soild, but Mojo is mroe expressive.
Control : Legend is the clear winner, it got 4 set of drawbars and the preset swith is at the left side.
Portablitiy: Mojo is way lighter than my Legend Live (though the spec said that both organs are 18kg, but that are not the same).....So for simply setup mojo suitable is superb. But whenever you add more stuff mojo need more cables when compare the Legend. The pedalboard need a power adaper(legend have a phantom power thing for pedal), the Leslie swith(Legend and Legend live do not need a cable)....and the 11pin is a pain on Mojo. You need to but the mojo eleven which i dont care the extra money but the connection need more cable! (a jack, a midi, another power adapter)...
Look: i am the fans of the mojo at this part
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Presence and identity
PoeKey 18.09.2021
The discussion about Hammond clones will never end. Much comes down to playing style and taste. I have a MAG C2, which is wonderful and refined, but needed a second organ, for back-up, and to keep my options open. I have had the Mojo Suitcase for about half a year, and so far it holds its own.
I have shyed away from the Crumar Mojo earlier, because of the control layout of the previous models. But the new series is different, with no controls on the top surface - and I love the suitcase version for its firm cover, and the cut-outs for easy handling. For my need, and because of the cover, I just have the dedicated soft bag. Works well, and saves on weight, compared to a flight case.
I am a fairly heavy-handed blues organ player, but also employ some delicate playing. This organ does both. I like the action of the key bed, and for live applications, direct control of click, perc amount and more is very useful - even if the variation is not massive. And direct access to the three-band EQ, is nice, because no setup is ever precisely the same. Very practical. Lights in buttons and the logo may be a bit overdone, but in on stage, it can actually be quite helpful.
And not least: this organ has a presence, warmth and identity, that cuts through and blends well with the band. As if it actually wants you to play it. Some other clones I've tried appear bland, sometimes shrill with the upper drawbars engaged, but the Crumar is very engaging. Both 2nd and 3rd percussion sound good, the vibrato/cohorus is more than decent, and so is the overdrive. Add to this the option to customise numerous settings from your phone or tablet, and you have a very engaging, practical and enjoyable instrument.
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Excellent clône du Hammond B-3X
Canto 11.07.2021
Excellent clone du Hammond B-3
Points positifs : le rapport qualité prix, le son, le toucher que je trouve bien au-dessus de nombreuses marques, meilleur que mon vieux B3000 Hammond, la finition et les nombreux réglages de percussions et keyclick à volume variable, l’équaliseur, la réverbération.
Points négatifs : hélas il y en a aussi. : la prise casque à l’arrière de l’appareil, même chose en ce qui concerne l’interrupteur marche arrêt, la vitesse du trémolo aurait pu être réglable, car elle n’est pas parfaite.
Du fait de ces 3 points négatifs je n’ai pas attribué une 5e étoile à la note générale.
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