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FS: Alan Pell 30-key Band Organ
By Joe Kemph

I have up for sale an Alan Pell 30-key band organ.  I built this
organ to look like a Wurlitzer 105.  It looks and sounds great.

Instrumentation: 24 stopped Bourdon melody pipes, 8 stopped
accompaniment pipes, 5 stopped bass pipes, 5 stopped bass helper
pipes, 12 open violin pipes, glockenspiel, dual action snare drum,
bass drum, and cymbal.

Comes with 70 songs, 5 medleys, even some Christmas tunes.  Played by
a MIDI player system, or can be played by hand with a MIDI keyboard.

Would like to sell as a whole unit but will consider parting
out.  Will take best offer.  Please e-mail me for more info,
pictures, videos, song list and questions.  I am located in
Butler, Pennsylvania.

Regards,
Joe Kemph
w1wjm@zoominternet.net.geentroep [delete ".geentroep" to reply]


(Message sent Wed 22 Jun 2016, 02:30:48 GMT, from time zone GMT-0700.)

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