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    Stand for Hammond A 102 (Chopped)

    Hello, I'm was looking for some help on what to use for a stand. I have the organ on my work bench now I stand. I pretty much took everything that was under (amps, speakers, reverb) and put it in the back(minus the speakers). So it no longer has legs. Its just the top half now. There's an additional 1.5ft from the back of the organ. I'm looking for a stand for an extended cab organ, if you will, that can hold the weight and also mobile. Any suggestions or comments are welcome. Thanks

    #2
    Welcome to the forum.

    Try posting a picture of what you have, and that might help other forum members with suggestions.

    Cheers!
    “There's nothing remarkable about it. All one has to do is hit the right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.”
    “What I have achieved by industry and practice, anyone else with tolerable natural gift and ability can also achieve.”
    Johann Sebastian Bach

    (at Home) Conn 645 Theater Deluxe
    (at Church) 1836 E. & G.G. Hook Bros, Opus 26

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      #3
      I see a lot of extra work loading and unloading in your future.
      sigpic A100/251 A100/147 A102/222 B2/147 BCV/122 M3/145 M102/145
      Various modern keyboards and modules.

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        #4
        I got one of these Griffin stands for the chopped M3 I used to have. I now use it for my Rhodes. Available here: http://www.rakuten.com/prod/double-k...FcaPHwodYWwOEw

        J
        1956 Hammond C3
        1922 Kimball 5 foot grand piano
        1985 Yamaha DX7 Mk. I
        Roland SH-101, JV-880, JV-1080, VR-760
        Leslie 147
        Previously owned: 1961 Hammond M3, Gulbransen Paragon, RMI 368 ElectraPiano, Farfisa Compact Duo, Roland EP-09 piano, and Crumar DS-2 syth-like object, 1940-ish Hammond Model D, 1975 Rhodes 73 Mark I Stage Piano.
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          #5
          How about the bottom of the organ?

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            #6
            Originally posted by Wes View Post
            How about the bottom of the organ?
            Thumbs up! Dado in some guides and you are all set.
            And....it will still look like an organ.

            Maybe you prefer the industrial warehouse look.
            sigpic A100/251 A100/147 A102/222 B2/147 BCV/122 M3/145 M102/145
            Various modern keyboards and modules.

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              #7
              Originally posted by wes View Post
              how about the bottom of the organ?
              ^^^roflmao
              “There's nothing remarkable about it. All one has to do is hit the right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.”
              “What I have achieved by industry and practice, anyone else with tolerable natural gift and ability can also achieve.”
              Johann Sebastian Bach

              (at Home) Conn 645 Theater Deluxe
              (at Church) 1836 E. & G.G. Hook Bros, Opus 26

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