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  • Jan Girardot
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    As you said, that is a Conn 700-series Artist, the first Conn I ever performed a "Leslie-ectomy" on. The reason the tabs look like Connsonatas is that they are exactly like them! Same company, same Elkhart assembly plant, same engineers, etc. The very first Connsonatas used a different style tab, but the last ones, right before dropping "sonata" used the tongue depressor style.

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  • toasterDude
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    By jove I think you're right... now that I'm looking for it you can just make out the Conn logo at the upper left.

    The stop tabs look more like the ones on the old "Connsonata", though, don't they?

    Anyway thanks!

    td

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  • twnelson
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    That looks like a very early vintage Conn Artist, a low 700 series model. The models prior to the 720 had 25 note flat pedalboards.

    --- Tom

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  • Time for another round of "Name that church organ"!

    So here's the latest mystery organ from an ad...

    At first I thought (hoped) it was a big ES Wurlitzer, the 4800. But I don't think so now. Anyone?

    Thanks for any ID help.
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