Welcome to the Rhodes Super Site!

created by James Garfield (US) & Frederik Adlers (SE)

Lost But Not Forgotten: The 1949 Rhodes Pre*Piano Service Manual has been scanned and is now available for your reading pleasure. It is quite an artifact, giving some interesting perspectives on the early development concepts behind the Fender Rhodes Electric Piano.

The Legend Unearthed: The Leeds Rentals "E" Rhodes was discovered recently after producer Jay Graydon enlisted our aid in tracking it down. It lives on today, preserved like a piece in a museum.

Frequently Asked Questions

Fender Rhodes vs. Rhodes: What's the difference?

How many Fender Rhodes Pianos were built?

How old is my Rhodes? What year was it made?

What is a fair price for a Fender Rhodes Piano?

What was the original dealer/list price for a Fender Rhodes?

Why is the output level of my piano so quiet? Or why am I getting no signal at all?

How do I get output from a piano without the Suitcase Amp?


DISCLAIMERS: This site is in no way affiliated with Fender Musical Instruments, CBS Musical Instruments, the Roland Corporation, the Rhodes Music Corporation, the Fender Rhodes Story, the Harold B. Rhodes Music Foundation or the family of Harold Rhodes. It was developed by and for Fender Rhodes enthusiasts, as a technical and historical resource for owners and players of vintage Rhodes pianos (1959-1984). The Rhodes Service Manual and certain photos used throughout the site were originally published by CBS Musical Instruments. The English translation of "Fender Rhodes: The Piano That Changed the History of Music" was contributed by the author. The Fender, Rhodes and Roland brand names and logos are trademarks of their respective owners, and are not specifically endorsed by the owners of this website.