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    Re: Is now the right time to start the organ?

    For pure comfort and ease of playing, 32-note radiating/concave is #1. But 25 radiating flat can be comfy too. Viscount make some pretty good organs but I personally don't know the Jubilate 232 model. I guess the Rodgers would sound OK with a pedal unit, providing you can switch the pedal voices over to it. I don't know of a 32-note MIDI pedalboard, though.
    Andy G
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