LOL I could give it a try, but I have such limited knowledge of organs and EP's I wouldn't do a very good job of itSounds like you are volunteering for the task!
Play your keyboard sound by sound and compare it to the online version of the sound you want.
Map the results.
Yes, because Rhodes had a model by that name, it was the one that came with a speaker unit. I guess the speaker unit looked like a big suitcase. Other names that will indicate a Rhodes are other model names (Mark I through Mark V Stage pianos), or tine (the mechanism in a Rhodes that makes the sound). Wurlitzer EPs likewise may be named after specific models (like 140, 200), or reed (the mechanism that makes the sound). Sometimes a patch may be named for a famous song or artist that used a particular sound. (A "Herbie" EP sound would be a Rhodes, for Hancock.)I think I once read somewhere that the "suitcase electric piano" is supposed to be a Rhodes.
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