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  • Seeking CONN organ information (several models)

    Hello, I am trying to find out specifications for a few CONN organs. primarily, they are the 716, 717, 720 and 721. I was hoping to find out which of these (if any) are tube organs and then get information about specifications and possible pricing in this market...rural Oregon. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2...EFlWlN1aDA4elU Thank you, Steven
    Steven C. Scott, Founder, CEO
    International Society for the Preservation of Historical Instruments
    2391 Porter Street
    Lebanon, Oregon 97355
    541.405.6334
    steven@isphi.org
    www.ISPHI.ORG
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    I've moved this to a more appropriate section of the forum, Steven, as your post doesn't concern repair or restoration directly (though you'll no doubt be doing one or both if you end up with one of these).

    You might also, if you haven't already done so, do a forum search for previous threads on the 7xx series - there are many!
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    • #3
      I have the stop lists for most of these and I have scanned them. PM your email address and I will send them to you.

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      • #4
        Just some quick info about those models...

        720: mid-60s, independent tube oscillators with transistor flute/diapason keyers, tube line amplifier for external amps/speakers

        721: late-60s/early-70s, independent transistor oscillators with transistor flute/diapason keyers, transistor line amplifier for external amps/speakers

        716: mid-70s, independent transistor oscillators with digital keyers for all voices, internal solid state amplifiers and speakers.

        717: late-70s, independent transistor oscillators with digital keyers for all voices, internal solid state amplifiers and speakers.

        --- Tom
        Rodgers 660 with additional analog rack sets (practice), 36D/C in digital conversion, Yamaha CVP-107

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        • #5
          You should probably take a look at this site; http://www.organservice.com/conn/connmodelinfo.htm

          At least a couple of those models are shown, and have some info/photos.

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