|The Super Continental is the dual manual, Italian made version of the Continental II.
The Continental Organ line is largely responsible for VOX's switch from fawn vynide to black vynide. Because of the black-for-white swap of the keys, the Continental looked better in black as opposed to the standard fawn color of the time. VOX, at the time, was selling organ and amplifier packages and so ordered some VOX amplifiers to be produced with black vynide. The black vynide became so popular, that by 1963 VOX was quickly phasing out the fawn color in favor of a smooth dark gray vynide and then finally to the "H" pattern vynide most VOX amplifiers are covered with. VOX also produced many of the red and blue colored examples of organs and amplifiers during this early era. These colored variations were sold as matched sets for the most part.