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    Hi. I'm Dave W. I have acquired a Hammond X77 organ from a church in the Boston area, within the past 5 years, I do not play keyboards, but did not want to see the instrument Go...... I have it stored in a house I have been renting, in the boston area, and have recently relocated so I must sell or relocate this unit... Hammond X77 and X77 Leslie.. I am lacking the proper cable (from the organ to the Leslie....) any of my keyboard friends have only come up with B3 cables, which do not have the correct pin sequence to fit the X77 set up...... Any help, input, interested buyers, etc. Please contact me here at the Organ Forum, Thanks!!!!!!</P>

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    You can always make one yourself if you can't locate a ready made one. You'll need the amphenol plugs which you can get on line. The wiring diagrams are to be found here:</p>

    http://www.captain-foldback.com/Leslie_sub/pinouts.htm</p>

    The X77 data is at the bottom of the page </p>

    Andy
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      Re: Hammond X77



      I have a cable for you. Hit me off list!</p>

      [email protected]</p>

      George
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