Rhodes piano

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Invented by Harold Rhodes.

Noun[edit]

Rhodes piano (plural Rhodes pianos)

  1. An electric piano whose keys activate hammers that strike thin metal rods of varied length, connected to tonebars, which are then amplified via an electromagnetic pickup.
    • 2001, Andy Babiuk, Beatles Gear, page 237:
      The Rhodes piano wasn't the only keyboard available at the Apple studio.

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