Introduction to this Organ Collection

For many years, my favorite passion was Electronic Music with synthesizers and computers. But in recent years I have found back to my organ roots when I constructed organs myself as a teenager, without the slightest prospects of affording any of the dream-organs.

The golden age of the electronic home organs yielded so many fruits of different brands and models. Today, these starships are quite inexpensive and available on the second hand market. thus I decided to collect mainly the great concert organs. I have now some space at my garage, and I collected, repaired and improved some of these organ gems in my spare time.

It is always a great thing to find good technical details and sound examples in the web for any buying decisions. Several discussion groups and even you-tube are a good information source. To put my own two cents to this knowledge base and to share my excitement for live playing organs, I wrote these sites for you. If you have some questions about these models, repairing issues or about spare parts, don’t hesitate to send me an e-mail. I will extend the mp3-sound examples more and more when I have time.

Please notice, these pages are non-commercial, their content is subject to my copyright, unless stated otherwise.

2 Replies to “Introduction to this Organ Collection”

  1. I have a Lowrey Celbration C-500 organ and the pedals do not work. It has the pedal latch board which I have replaced all the
    IC’s. Still does not work.

    I would appreciate any help in troubleshooting this issue.

    Thank you

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