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  • jbird604
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    When you post pics, please take one showing the pedals with the bench pulled away. There has been a recent discussion involving pedalboards, and I mentioned that Content can provide several different styles of pedals with their new organs. Interested in seeing which one you have.

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  • Richard2
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    Yes, it is - but a very poor photograph.
    I will look into putting some photos on here and lots of info - just
    need a couple of days as I am somewhat busy at the moment.
    Richard.

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  • jbird604
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    I suppose yours looks like the one in the pic at this link:

    http://www.wyvernorgans.co.uk/organs...n-concerto-354

    Really nice organ. Congratulations!

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  • jbird604
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    Richard,

    I took the liberty of starting a new thread for your post about the new Wyvern 354. Maybe someone else who owns this model will see the thread and join in. Sounds like a marvelous instrument. Can you post pics or other info about?

    (since you are new on the forum, I'm not sure what the restrictions are about posting pics... somebody else chime in and explain that, please...)

    Feel free to tell us about yourself as well, your musical experience and likes, and so on, the part of the world where you live (UK, I suppose?)

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  • Richard2
    started a topic Wyvern 354

    Wyvern 354

    Hello all
    A few days before Christmas I took delivery of a Wyvern 354 (made by Content I know).
    What a wonderful instrument.
    Four totally personal voicings, all the temperaments one can think of and a most comfortable console.
    The Wyvern website gives very little info.
    I opted for the illuminated drawstops and I am very happy with them.
    Anyone else have a like instrument?
    Richard.
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