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  • Automatic Pedal Player?

    The organ I practice on has a turn-knob labeled: "Automatic Pedal Player".
    What exactly does this do? It was "disconnected", so it is not exactly like I can turn it on and find out!

    Does it just take the last note on the great and put it on the pedals?

    Thank you for your help,

    Best,
    Jesse Zylstra
    My instruments:
    Home: A late 50's to early 60's Conn 720 (tube powered, of course)
    One reed organ; in pieces at the moment pending a helping hand to do some gluing.
    Two pianos (upright grand and a spinet) and an accordion (Hohner)
    Church:
    Hammond A-105 with Leslie speakers
    1979 Allen 123-C (MOS1) digital computer organ

  • #2
    Yes, automatic pedal assigns the lowest note to the pedals. The flip side of that is automatic solo which assigns the highest note to a solo stop.
    2008: Phoenix III/44

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    • #3
      Very neat. Too bad it's not connected anymore (you know, so I can be lazy every once in a while... then again, perhaps it's for the best that it's not connected...)

      Thank you for the help!
      My instruments:
      Home: A late 50's to early 60's Conn 720 (tube powered, of course)
      One reed organ; in pieces at the moment pending a helping hand to do some gluing.
      Two pianos (upright grand and a spinet) and an accordion (Hohner)
      Church:
      Hammond A-105 with Leslie speakers
      1979 Allen 123-C (MOS1) digital computer organ

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