Forum Top Banner Ad

Collapse

Ebay Classic organs

Collapse

Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Wurlitzer 625 Spares

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Wurlitzer 625 Spares

    Can anyone advise me if you can still get the Dual & Single Shift registers MN 3001 and MN 3002 .for the 625 series.

  • #2
    Where are the bucket brigade IC's used in the 625t? Must be in the Symphonic Presence tabs circuit. I thought that was all phasing...hmm. Well because the analog delay and flangers have made a huge resurgence in the guitar world it's easy to find repros, but I recommend finding NOS or well researched reproduction chips.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=mn3001+bbd+IC+remanufactured
    https://www.google.com/search?q=mn30...remanufactured

    The 625/625T, 630T, 630(?), and 950 console models are enjoyable instruments. I played my 625t for years. It never did have a working portamento when I had it, but didn't care. Pedal glide ( pedal edge pitch bend...Wurli and Lowrey both have, but I think 'pedal Glide is the Lowrey name). If you ever need it's big multi-pin TOS Tone Generator IC's I can help before you pay through the nose or something. BTW if you ever lose the whole organs main voicing look at the resistors around the Master Oscillator. The 625 sounds great through an external Leslie. My longer fingers could never get used to these Wurlitzer 625/630 organ's smaller keys.‚Äč

    Do you have a service manual? I do. If you need anything out of it I can take good pictures and upload them. It's a big manual for 625/630.

    Oh' btw you can really open up the sound of your internal Leslie by removing the resistors (bypassing rather) that feed the Leslie side of the DUAL AMPs RCA INPUTS. [ I can look it up and tell you exactly what to remove, just a couple parts] The resistors are actually inline. Just look at the RCA input jack on the top side of the vertical 2 ch amp as it's mounted in the organ. Those resistors you can bypass. It give the Leslie more bite. Also, I put a small 2" raw high frequency speaker ( not a tweeter) on the frame of the Leslie raw speaker. It's excellent! It gives sparkle to the sound. If you're worried about the ohms change you can always mount under the key desk a little one knob stereo amp with RCA inputs and Y-adapter to it from the Wurlitzer Leslie input jack. Not to mention if your Wurli's other 1 channel amp ever fails you can use it's other channel as a replacement. https://www.google.com/url?q=https:/...l-shoppingads-http://lpcontext%26ref_%3Dfplfs%26psc%3D1%26smid%3DADPE7G PX91ORE&opi=95576897&sa=U&ved=0ahUKEwjpjOKY3feGAxW RD1kFHRN7BzYQsDwI7wM&usg=AOvVaw3mqM4Sx_K6atePaEkoc Kwj
    Wurlitzer '46' Model 31 Orgatron & 310 rotary cab, 56' 4410 , 65' 4300
    Hammond '55' S6 Chord Organ,HR-40,ER-20, 1971 X66/& 12-77 tone cabinet w/ 122 kit & TREK Transposer- of which I've retrofitted a Wurlitzer/Lowrey 'PedAL gLIdE' awesome!
    Gulbransen 61' 1132 '76' Rialto II & Leslie 705 + two 540
    Conn '57' 406 Caprice '59' 815 Classic (the 29th 815)
    PLEASE SAVE THE WURLITZER ELECTROSTATIC CONTINUOUS-FREE-REED ORGANS 1953'-1961' Hammond TW's ONLY TRUE COMPETITOR! (Ggl> NSHOS WURLI 4600)

    Comment

    Working...
    X