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  • Allen organ ID? Older?

    Hi,

    I came across this organ on CL this morning. Seller claims it has a full pedalboard, but I don't know whether or not it is AGO or princess pedals. Could you please help me ID it? Not sure of the age. Listing says that everything works except for the tremolo, which was produced by the speaker system rather than the organ. Maybe that info is of some help?

    https://duluth.craigslist.org/msg/d/...673426455.html



    Thanks,


    -Max
    Baldwin: D421A; Allen: ADC-220 - 1986; Conn: 465 Deluxe Caprice w/pair of 144 pipe speakers; Kimball: R-80 Broadway, S-20 Valencia III; Western Cottage Organ Co. Reed Organ
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    Lots of synths, accordions, stringed instruments, percussion, etc.

  • #2
    I think that's a S-series, 1950s?
    Allen MOS 1105 (1982)
    Allen ADC 5000 (1985) w/ MDS Expander II (drawer unit)
    Henry Reinich Pipe 2m/29ranks (1908)

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    • #3
      It definitely has the "princess" pedalboard, confirmed by the width of the console as 48 inches; an AGO pedal board needs about 54 inches of width. Note, too, that the keyboards are not overhanging.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by toodles View Post
        It definitely has the "princess" pedalboard, confirmed by the width of the console as 48 inches; an AGO pedal board needs about 54 inches of width. Note, too, that the keyboards are not overhanging.
        That's why I'm thinking built in the '50s
        Allen MOS 1105 (1982)
        Allen ADC 5000 (1985) w/ MDS Expander II (drawer unit)
        Henry Reinich Pipe 2m/29ranks (1908)

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