Crumar Mojo - Wood End Panels

2x 61-key Clonewheel Organ with 22 Organ Models, 2 Groups of 9 Drawbars, Vibrato and Chorus, Rotary Speaker, MIDI In/Out, USB In/Out, Headphone Jack, Balanced Stereo Outs, and Real Wood Finish
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Lifelike Vintage Organs and Electric Pianos

The two-tiered Crumar Mojo clonewheel gives you the sounds of analog with the convenience of digital. Mojo's 22 onboard organ modeling algorithms and two groups of drawbars do a great job of capturing the authentic response and tone of some vintage A-, B-, and C-series organs. But this keyboard also lets you save and recall those settings at an instant. From juicy rhythms with chunky overdrive to wailing leads with lifelike percussion effects, the Mojo has the base sounds players will love for blues, jazz, rock, or gospel music. The realistic onboard stereo rotary speaker simulator is a stunning approximation of a classic, and is a great way to add depth and drama to your recordings and live setups.

Crumar Mojo Digital Tonewheel Organ at a Glance:
  • 22 realistic tonewheel organs with powerful shaping controls
  • Comfortable waterfall keys play like a classic
22 realistic tonewheel organs with powerful shaping controls

It's hard to beat a classic tonewheel organ for jazz, blues, and classic rock. And perhaps even tougher to re-create one through samples. That's why Crumar of Italy resorted to tone modeling to capture the sought-after vintage sounds in its Mojo clonewheel. The Mojo's onboard tone generators re-create the characteristics of 22 actual vintage organs, and even let you create your own for a totally unique sound. Two groups of nine natural-feeling drawbars will have you customizing your tone in seconds. Then add in spring/digital reverb, chorus, or vibrato for depth, or dial in overdrive to give your parts some presence.

Comfortable waterfall keys play like a classic

Mojo's comfortable rounded waterfall keys mimic the revered keybeds of some famous tonewheels, allowing you to perform smooth organ wipes and palm slides without damaging the instrument or your hand. Sweetwater keyboardists know that seasoned players will appreciate the work Crumar has done to create an authentic playing experience in its Mojo.

Crumar Mojo Digital Tonewheel Organ Features:
  • A clonewheel with a vintage vibe
  • A museum's worth of vintage keyboards at just 38 lbs!
  • Essential blues, classic rock, and jazz tones
  • Uses sophisticated tone modeling rather than samples
  • 22 virtual generators to model actual vintage organs
  • Also includes 2 gritty electric pianos and 2 transistor organs
  • 9 zero-latency drawbars per manual
  • Top and bottom 61-key/5-octave keyboards (C-C)
  • Comfortable waterfall keys for smooth glisses and palm smears
  • 6 dedicated preset buttons per keyboard - mix and match patches
  • Store and recall drawbar settings instantly
  • Dedicated Volume, Drive, EQ, KeyClick, and Reverb knobs for real-time tone shaping
  • Stunning stereo rotary speaker effect (2 speeds) adds stereo width to performances
  • Chunky overdrive with heaps of attitude
  • Authentic chorus and vibrato
  • Swappable spring/digital reverbs
  • MIDI in/out plus USB out for flexible digital connectivity
  • Outputs to a VGA monitor or the Crumar MojoEditor (both sold separately) to unlock further tone editing
  • Stereo balanced outputs for low-noise amplification
  • Headphone jack for silent practice
  • Pedal inputs for swell, sustain, and rotary speeds
  • Elegant real wood finish
Get a museum's worth of classic organs and electric pianos in the Crumar Mojo digital tonewheel organ!

Tech Specs

Sound Engine Type(s) Digital
Number of Keys 2 x 61
Type of Keys Waterfall
Other Controllers 2 x Set of 9 Drawbars
Number of Presets 22
Number of Effects 6
Effects Types Reverb, Chorus, Rotary, Drive, KeyClick
Audio Outputs 2 x 1/4" (left, right), 1 x 1/4" (headphones)
Pedal Inputs 1 x Swell, 1 x Sustain, 1 x Rotary Speed
Height 5.90"
Width 38.58"
Depth 19.48"
Weight 37.47 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number Mojo

Customer Reviews

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Mojo Workin'

I've been playing out with this keyboard for about four months now. The tone is wonderful, eliciting rave reviews from bandmates and audience members. The guys at Crumar have lovingly modeled some amazing sounds (and I've barely scratched the surface in exploring all the editing functions). The keyboard action is great. The instrument is beautiful, well laid out, and easily transportable (using Crumar's wheeled soft-case). And the service and support by both Sweetwater and Crumar have been exemplary. Love it.

Crumar Mojo...Incredable !!

I previously had a Nord C2d, which I really had a lot of bells and whistles that I just didn't use. Plus, it just had too many controls...all I want is the simplicity of my B-3. The Crumar Mojo has just what I want, and little more. Yet, it feels very "organic", and makes me feel like I'm playing one of my Hammonds. I don't particularly like to have to remove the rear panel just to change the character of the instrument...but you don't do it very often. And the SOUND...very close to perfect...with the upper manual C3 chorus vibrato and Leslie simulation on at the same time, there is no warbling at all of the sound. Far and away, the best clone that I have ever played...PERIOD.

Light Years ahead of the other Clonewheels

I owned a Hammond xk3 for around 8 years and was so disappointed by the instrument over time. I knew that when I needed to upgrade it had to be perfect. First, the hammond leslie affect is near perfect. I can't even believe my ears. I owned a leslie 220 and obviously there is a difference between the true doppler effect, you can't replicate it, but somehow, this keyboard has gotten so close that I feel like I'm listening to a true leslie cabinet. (be sure to use this instrument in stereo) No need to get a neo ventilator with this thing. I brought this into a rehearsal with a bassist who has a roommate who has the Hammond XK3-C, and he was completely taken aback. He said it was obviously much closer to the real thing, and I agree. This is the closest thing on the market to a true B3 and was so very delighted that this sounded as good or better then the reviews online. Be sure to use stereo on this instrument, just like all keyboards, don't sell yourself short. Always use both lines out and put it into 2 speakers for the best effect as well in stereo. The small team that works on this instrument and the VB3 vst deserve all the credit in the world to creating this instrument. Also, the tone on this sounds better then an A100 obviously because it's sampled from B and C3's. Another thing as well, the key clicks are fully randomized and seem completely natural just like the real thing, not only that, but you can adjust the volume on it as well. After adjusting this instrument, I feel completely comfortable in an organ trio with this thing, something I never thought in my life would happen. Great job Crumar!

One more thing

I wrote an earlier review gushing over the tone of this board, and that review still holds true. But I also wanted to highlight another advantage of Crumar. I had an issue with presets overwriting occasionally without prompting. It was very frustrating. However, I reached out to the company, and had a very prompt and thorough email chain with Andrea, one of the main guys who runs the company. Long story short, they write a firmware revision and sent me a beta copy to test out, SOLELY BECAUSE I contacted them with this issue! And the update solved the problem. That is phenomenal customer support. I had a bug in my old clone that caused hung notes when a lower manual was connected, and getting ANY response from the company's support team (I won't name names) was nearly impossible. Eventually I just gave up! But Andrea never took more than half a day to reply from Italy and literally write me a new firmware to solve my issue. This is a small company, and occasionally items like this will have bugs. That's the world of digital keyboards. But having this level of support is a rare and wonderful thing!
Music background: Professional musician

Best Clone Yet!

Just received my 2-manual MOJO from my longtime, par excellence salesman, Jeff Law. It comes with a 4-page 'Quick reference Guide' to get started quickly, and the full instruction manual can be accessed online. As Jeff promised, the sound is extraordinarily accurate to the B-3 console. Having owned a B-3 as well as several clones, (Hammond, Nord, Korg, Roland, etc), this clone is heads above the rest. Maybe because the sound is not sample-based, but an exact modeled copy of all the key parameters of a B-3 – including a spot-on digital Leslie, an incredible tremolo/chorus effect, and the best Percussion sounds I have heard on a clone!! The feel of the keys is exactly what I had on the B-3 and all the buttons are placed in the right places for easy access. I don't even miss the four sets of drawbars – one for each manual is enough, and they have the traditional notched feel when you pull them out. If you don't have pedals, you can play the pedal tones on the 1st two octaves of the lower manual. You also have a decent electric piano onboard that can be played on the lower manual, along with the organ tones from the upper manual or by itself. There are adjustments on the console for Reverb, Distortion, Bass and Treble, Chorus, Tremolo, etc., and there are 2 sets of 6 preset buttons for storing your favorite drawbar settings. If all this was not enough, there is a huge bonus of 22 vintage Hammond Organ sounds, built-in and available by hooking-up a Monitor to the console thru a rear port opening. You will need a Monitor that has a 15-pin male connector (most flat Panel TVs have this on the back and can be used as Monitors). You will also need a connecting cord that has a Female 15-pin connector on both ends. One end connects to the Monitor and the other to the back of the MOJO. You will also need a Mouse with a USB connection that can be plugged into the USB port in back of the organ. When hooked-up, a screen appears on the Monitor which is from a Windows-based proprietary computer program built into the organ. By using the mouse and clicking on the 'note' icon, an editing screen appears chock-full of all the additional advanced editing preferences and adjustments you may want to make, that are not available on the front of the Organ console. Also you can select any of the 22 Vintage Hammond Organ sounds, ranging from 1950 thru 1970 B-3s and C-3s, and A-100s to A-105s in the same years!! All of this is possible because of the computer built into the organ which saves data on a solid-state drive or flash drive. The default organ sound that comes with the organ is more than adequate out of the box, and no adjustments are necessary unless you have special sound preferences. There is an optional MOJO Editor device that can be purchased, that can be used in lieu of hooking up a Monitor screen, but I think using the Monitor gives you more information on a bigger screen, and makes editing far easier. The organ also has Midi in/out plus Midi over USB. I will update this review later after playing with it awhile.
Music background: retired musician
See also: Organs, Crumar, Crumar Electric Organs, Crumar Digital Pianos