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The Wurlitzer Electric Piano / Wurlitzer 200A volume issue
« on: February 01, 2019, 06:42:30 PM »
Bought my Wurlitzer 200a, looks and sounds great however when I turn on the piano the volume nob doesn’t change the volume, once the piano is on it’s pretty much full volume and I don’t know why. I’m assuming I just need to buy another volume pot for it, ideally I’d like to try and fix the one I have but tell me what y’all think

The Wurlitzer Electric Piano / Wurlitzer 200A or 200 Wanted
« on: January 21, 2019, 03:08:32 PM »
Hey y’all, does anyone have a Wurly 200a or 200 they would be willing to sell? I live in Florida so I could pick up in the state but would need it shipped from anywhere else probably. I’m not looking to buy a super pristine one because of the large price tag that comes with it, so with that in mind anything helps just shoot me a Pm on here and we can get in contact, thanks everyone. Just a 20 year old who wants to start collecting to record with  8)

The Wurlitzer Electric Piano / Wurlitzer 200 vs 200A
« on: January 16, 2019, 11:33:19 AM »
So I got a questions guys, I’m sure it’s been asked hundreds of times in the past so I apologize if that’s the case, but I want to buy a Wurlitzer, and I was wondering if a 200A is a must over the 200 and if so why? I love Supertramp, the Doors, Steely Dan and many other bands from that era, and I did some research and figured that since the 200a was released in 1975 that Supertramp used a 200 on crime of the century (74’) and the albums before, and Pink Floyd the same with Dark side of the moon(73’). I could be very wrong but basically I just want to know the main differences between the two, and how to know if possible which bands used which ones in their recordings.

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