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Odd GEM ''professional Trainer'' mini combo organ
« on: February 17, 2017, 02:45:11 PM »
Hi everybody,

I've just scored a nice mini combo organ and the only information i found on the internet is that page : http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/1960s-gem-italian-combo-organ-vintage-90597325

The organ itself is really minimalist in its design, no sound tabs, fixed vibrato... and the lower keys (Bass note on standard combo organ) just repeat the  upper octave. I think its stock design, because in the link I posted, the guy describe the same particularity.

I'm not familiar with Divider organ, but i just want to know how difficult could be to extend octaves down instead of repeating the higher octave? Unfortunatly, I don't have any schematics of this thing and it's not listed on ''Combo Organ Heaven''.

Here's some pictures :







Thanks a lot,

Téhu

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