More Abandoned Electronic Organs ... Part 1 & Part 2

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At almost any single period during the years 1970-1985 there were over 45 brands of new electronic organs on the UK market: Between them they managed to produce, 183 models under £1000, 137 models between £1000 & £2000 and 201 models over £2000+

More Abandoned Electronic Organs ... Part 1 & Part 2

Postby Mike Bracchi » 27 Feb 2015 16:26

Yammies, Hammonds, Lowrey & Conn amongst a few others ....

I put the pictures to music this time - part 2 coming soon :D

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Postby dragon » 27 Feb 2015 16:54

Sad but inevitable. .. Fred
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Re: More Abandoned Electronic Organs ... Part 1 & Part 2

Postby Mike Bracchi » 27 Feb 2015 18:10

More abandoned organs - slide show accompanied with music from ITV's 1960s UFO series.

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Postby andyg » 01 Mar 2015 01:13

The RT3 and A100 deserve far better, the 2307 Concorde probably the same. It could make some beefy sounds.

But the little Baldwin met its due fate and as for the Conn Caper, well, I'd have been there with the sledgehammer. We had two of them sent down from Conn, they went straight back!
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