I had a keys player in the late '70s who had a Clavinet, Fender Rhodes and an early Yamaha synth. The D6 is a fascinating instrument and very funky in the right hands. He always said Superstition features two Clavinets and I'd agree the sound is pretty much stock as I remember it.
In the early 80s I had another very unusual Hohner product, the Pianet. It was/is a very compact electric piano that has no power supply, just plugs straight into an amp. I used it for practice, but also live in a band, with a swirly Small Stone phaser, to get some decent piano sounds. I know the Pianet has also been used on albums, despite its limitations. The sound is produced by metal tines: hitting a key lifts a sucker away from its tine to create the sound. Ingenious, as is the Clavinet.
Last Edit: Mar 11, 2020 6:53:38 GMT -5 by Davywhizz