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Suzuki OM-108 Omnichord with Automatic Accompaniment, Harp Sensor & MIDI Out


Manufacturer's Description

Released in 1981, the Omnichord is an electronic musical instrument with an automatic accompaniment function (auto bass/chord) and equipped with a harp sensor.  By pressing a chord button and sliding your finger on the harp sensor (strumplate), an arpeggio corresponding to the chord is heard, allowing anyone to easily accompany a song.  Omnichord does not require any previous musical experience with an instrument, or even knowledge of staff notation.  All that is needed are the chord names required to play a song which is a method commonly known as "tab".  Combined with its portability, Omnichord became extremely popular, especially in Europe and America as a new musical instrument that anyone can enjoy anywhere.  In addition, due to the unique electronic sounds that are reminiscent of the 80's, and the tactile way musical expressions are achieved, Omnichord has developed cult status around the world.  It not only appears in recorded music, but also publicity photos, and has featured in the titles of songs and albums. The Omnichord name was discontinued after the OM-300 (released in 1996), but its popularity as a unique musical instrument has endured the test of time, and now, over 40 years later the Omnichord returns with the OM-108.


  • Play Anytime, Anywhere
  • Real Time Controls
  • Built-In Speaker
  • 1/4" Line Out
  • MIDI Out