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  • Estey 2M/P Model T available in Portland, Or



    I have an Estey model t, pictured on Reed organ society's database #1929. I've been playing it for 6 years, it's restored and everything works. Converted to blower. Don't know if bellows are intact, don't have crank. Anyway, it's a great teaching or learning organ as it operated like a tracker, built 1909, 30 pedals, 10 stops, including celeste. Check it out on the ros site and let me know if anyone is interested in it. </P>


    Jesse</P>
    Jesse Hargus
    Portland, OR

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    Re: Estey 2M/P Model T available in Portland, Or



    ps its picture A, not the main pic. That was another owner. </P>


    Jess</P>
    Jesse Hargus
    Portland, OR

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      Re: Estey 2M/P Model T available in Portland, Or



      What is the ros site, I never heard of it. I have an Estey too.</P>

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        Esteys



        http://www.reedsoc.org/</P>


        it is the reed organ society, check it out. a great resource for reed organs and harmoniums, with a daily digest if interested. I sold my 2M/P Estey over a year ago, I learned a lot of literature on that baby. I liked it with pick up microphones inside running through a mixer with effects, like reverb, delay, etc. Still have the blower, thought I could change it to pressure, no such luck. </P>


        Jesse</P>
        Jesse Hargus
        Portland, OR

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          Originally posted by saudade View Post
          http://www.reedsoc.org/</P>


          it is the reed organ society, check it out. a great resource for reed organs and harmoniums, with a daily digest if interested. I sold my 2M/P Estey over a year ago, I learned a lot of literature on that baby. I liked it with pick up microphones inside running through a mixer with effects, like reverb, delay, etc. Still have the blower, thought I could change it to pressure, no such luck. </P>


          Jesse</P>
          thanks for this link.;)

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