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RMI managed to corner a market in the late 1960s and early 70s with a series of Electra-pianos that were as much a part of your favourite classic rock tracks as the ubiquitous Hammond, Moog, or Mellotron. This was largely thanks to the broad sonic palette demanded by Prog Rock. The most popular of the 300 Series RMIs were the 368 and the 368X which could be found in the gear rig of many a Prog act including Tony Banks (Genesis), Rick Wakeman (Yes), Jon Lord (Deep Purple), Ray Manzarek (The Doors), Edgar Winter Band, Steve Hackett, and so on.