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  • What is the best Home organ

    What would you guys suggest for the best home organ?

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    Define 'home organ'!

    Classical? Entertainment? Theatre? Digital? Analogue?

    You might also like to search for the dozens of threads on the subject - scroll down a bit and look in 'Similar Threads' for a start on this! ;-)
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    • #3
      The best home organ is whatever will fit your budget and your doorway.

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      • #4
        Depends on what kind of music you wish to play on it. We need more information. One might guess that the music will be classical or sacred, since you've posted on the classical forum. There are probably more good deals to be found in that area than most, due to the vast number of churches that are dumbing down their liturgy with good electronic classical organs going for pennies on the dollar, ones that have been largely kept in playing order.
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        • #5
          Need more information definitly

          Originally posted by Kurzweil View Post
          Depends on what kind of music you wish to play on it. We need more information. One might guess that the music will be classical or sacred, since you've posted on the classical forum. There are probably more good deals to be found in that area than most, due to the vast number of churches that are dumbing down their liturgy with good electronic classical organs going for pennies on the dollar, ones that have been largely kept in playing order.
          This is true, Need more information. But if you want an all around organ.

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