Updated: Thanks to the nice comments, this is an FR-40, not a TR-60 like I originally thought.
Check out this super sexy organ amplifier from the Farfisa Company. The mod styling and colors make this amp really like no other. Great for any organ or guitar, this amp has 2 – 12″ Speakers, Reverb, Tremolo, and enough eq to make any sound sculpting Farfisa boy or girl very happy!
Also check out this clip of some random dude on youtube bust out some blues guitar through this amp.
Most portable Farfisa organs had a 16 pin connector for bass pedals. The standard bass pedals are a standard octave plus one note, from C to C. With the exception of the Mini Compact, most of the Compact Series, VIP Series, and Pro Series organs can take these pedals. Now the pedals are not super cool synthesizers like the Moog Taurus pedals, but instead just a controller for the circuitry onboard the organ. The 16 pins are for each of the 13 note, and 3 for the juice (positive, negative, and ground I imagine).
The Farfisa Portorgan was a Reed Organ released sometime in the 1960s. Not too much is known, as it is quite rare compared to the Royal Artist and some of the other early Reed organs that Farfisa Made. Covered in Tolex, this ogan was made for portability. It’s sound lies somewhere between an accordian and a pump organ.
Have you ever wondered what your Farfisa was worth, or how much you should pay for one? Well wonder no longer, if you are trapped in 1968, and have stumbled across this site, you know know how much to pay for and/or how much the suggested retail price of your Farfisa!