Although Chase Music is now known for its speciality in electric pianos and portable keyboards, this hasn’t always been the case. Throughout the 70s and 80s Chase Music specialised mainly in synthesisers, but also had a range of excellent organs. A number of outstanding deals were offered to try to encourage keen musicians to learn to play this fantastic instrument. A predecessor of the modern electronic piano, the electric organ boasted a number of features that are incredibly similar to Chase’s line of digital pianos today.
One of the top selling Chase organs was the Chase 244 CPS. This organ boasted two 44 note manuals, more than eight different voices, eight rhythm options (including samba and bossa nova) , and a 13 note pedal board. With this range of features one would expect an instrument like this to be quite pricey, however Chase offered a very reasonable price. Not only was the instrument more than affordable, but Chase presented a scheme whereby you could take an organ home and pay for it in instalments over a number of months. If at the end of three months you decided it wasn’t for you, you could return it having only paid for those three months – A very agreeable deal!!
Although Chase’s speciality has changed over the years, the prices are no less competitive than they were 30 years ago. In fact, many of the deals on at Chase Music are simply unbeatable. The Chase line of digital pianos is top of the range and all electronic pianos come with fantastic inbuilt features such as different voices and metronomes. A range of other instruments are also on offer, for example electric guitars, acoustic guitars, and bags and cases for all of your travelling needs. Chase also offer a number of package deals that give you everything you need to start your musical adventure!