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Hammond A100 Prod ID: 45
This is an incredibly warm and punchy sounding organ. This organ has only had one previous owner. This is the organ for those who’re looking for the warm, vintage tone you can find in the B3/C3 and A100s from the era between 1955 and 1962. The instrument looks like it’s brand new.
Added: 05-04-2011
Availbility: Sold
Price: 60,000,- NOK + VAT
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General Information
This organ has been refurbished using our extensive procedure which makes these instruments ready for gigging and recording for many more years.

All capacitors on the tonewheel generator and vibrato line box have been replaced with new ones.
New felt in both upper and lower manuals.
Busbars cleaned in both manuals and pedals.
Cleaned all drawbars and switches
Preamp has been upgraded with new
Reverb and poweramp has been upgraded with all new components
Vibratoscanner cleaned
All tubes replaced with new ones
Original Leslie switch
Leslie output has been built into the preamp

Organ is sold with one year warranty

Will be delivered with a Leslie 122/147/142/145 style Leslie depending on customers preference.

Serial nr: 15086


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