I liked the old Hohners, but they don't make them anymore. Before they went off the market I bought about six of them to use for replacement parts, but now that a transistor blew out of one of them, I'm down to my last one. They would break down a lot onstage too, I'm telling you. It would make the most awful, atrocious noise, this crackling hiss and farting all over. It would sound like some sort of alien parrot trying to get through to you. I never used a Wurlitzer instead, though, because in essence the Wurlitzer was like the Rhodes. I never much liked its sound -- too soft for me.
Christine McVie Contemporary Keyboard, October 1980