For ages the sound of the tonewheel organ has always been one of the most used in all genres of music, from pop to rock, from R&B to jazz... but for many musicians and producers the problem was the instrument itself:
too costly, bulky, heavy and hard to move around. The solution came during the seventies, when transistor technology made it possible to make lighter and portable wanna-be tonewheel organs, but without the tonewheel.
Then the revolution came during the nineties with DSP technology, and the next revolution was in 2012, when Crumar presented the Mojo organ for the first time. It was the most affordable, yet elegant, lightweight and
the most realistic digital reincarnation of the tonewheel monsters. That set a standard, with a new form factor, with a reduced set of drawbars and a totally redefined interface without compromising the ergonomics and
the playability of the classic tonewheel organs. Now that standard is redefined once again with the new Crumar Mojo line.
The Crumar Mojo
becomes a Classic
. New look, new DSP platform, same great sound and portability. Officially powered by the most acclaimed GSi VB3-II
tonewheel emulation, also available as a virtual instrument
the new Mojo is the ultimate portable clonewheel organ for the most dmanding musician. It's elegant and easy to use, easy to transport and, most importantly, feels real