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  • New Organ Day! Conn 632!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZs_kaHCEPo This is the Conn 632 "Serenade" ironically, the Style 201 which is the Church version. I love this baby. There are a couple of intermittent contacts but I work my way around them.
    Current Organs/Keyboards:1967 Hammond H-111, 1971 Hammond L-112, 1972 Hammond T-524

    Leslie cabinets: 1975 Leslie 825 & 1974-76 Leslie Model 705
    Past Organs/Keyboards: 1961 Hammond L-101, 1974 Kawai E-300, 1968 Yamaha B-55N, 1979 Yamaha Electone B-55N, 1984 Yamaha Electone ME-50 and a lot more!

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    Congratulations!
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Admin View Post
      Congratulations!
      Thanks Admin. I love the versatility this baby offers me! Although I need a drum machine hooked up to it.

      Current Organs/Keyboards:1967 Hammond H-111, 1971 Hammond L-112, 1972 Hammond T-524

      Leslie cabinets: 1975 Leslie 825 & 1974-76 Leslie Model 705
      Past Organs/Keyboards: 1961 Hammond L-101, 1974 Kawai E-300, 1968 Yamaha B-55N, 1979 Yamaha Electone B-55N, 1984 Yamaha Electone ME-50 and a lot more!

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      • #4
        Quite nice in every way, Nathan! I sold several of those organs back in the 70's and always enjoyed them. Nice to hear one that still plays so well. Good luck with it and keep up the playing.
        John
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        • #5
          Originally posted by jbird604 View Post
          Quite nice in every way, Nathan! I sold several of those organs back in the 70's and always enjoyed them. Nice to hear one that still plays so well. Good luck with it and keep up the playing.
          Did they have a drum machine originally? This is the style 201 which is the church/institutional version.
          Current Organs/Keyboards:1967 Hammond H-111, 1971 Hammond L-112, 1972 Hammond T-524

          Leslie cabinets: 1975 Leslie 825 & 1974-76 Leslie Model 705
          Past Organs/Keyboards: 1961 Hammond L-101, 1974 Kawai E-300, 1968 Yamaha B-55N, 1979 Yamaha Electone B-55N, 1984 Yamaha Electone ME-50 and a lot more!

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          • #6
            Best I know, the model 632 was always a "church" model without any drums or other automatic features. There were other models in the 630 series that had theater voices and home-player features, and they were based on the same tone generator and general layout. Other Conn folks here would be more knowledgeable about those models, as I mostly dealt with churches in both sales and service.
            John
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            *** Please post your questions about technical service or repair matters ON THE FORUM. Do not send your questions to me or another member by private message. Information shared is for the benefit of the entire organ community, but other folks will not be helped by information we exchange in private messages!

            https://www.facebook.com/pages/Birds...97551893588434

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            • DrawbarDreams
              DrawbarDreams commented
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              Thank you! This organ is my baby, and even though it is a church model, it works very well for what I want it to do and that is organ covers.
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