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Hammond-Orgel A100, Vintage-Modell, FP: 2000 €

Hammond organ A100, vintage model, FP: 2000 €

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Hammond-Orgel A100, Vintage-Modell, FP: 2000 €

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68809 Neulußheim

Ad posted on 26 March 2020 by Heavy Holly (Guitarist, Singer, Bassist, Drummer, Percussion player, Cajon player, Keyboarder, Pianist, Organ player, Songwriter, Composer, Writer in Wird momentan hier nicht genannt, Guitarist, Singer in DAYS OF THUNDER and Singer, Drummer in VERY MOORE)

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For sale is a Hammond organ A100 from the 70s.
It is - and the older rock fans among us will certainly remember it - the original tour organ of the legendary Mannheim cult band KIN PING MEH, later also on tour with the Jeff Harrison Finger Band.
The bass pedals were removed at that time and the internal amplifier was disconnected (whether it would still work is unknown). The organ has to be driven by an external amplifier, e.g. a rotor cabinet (Hammond, Allsound or similar), as in the past. - an Allsound cabinet is also for sale in another advertisement of mine).
5 years ago the keyboard player who played it in my band had it completely overhauled - everything works, all keys, all presets, all drawbars etc.
There are many traces of use, according to age and to the tour life, but the connoi (...) Show moresseur will surely appreciate this when looking at such a cult object.
The organ can be tested with the existing Allsound-Leslie.
Private sale, therefore no return, warranty or guarantee.
Only to collectors. No shipping. Show less

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Zum Verkauf steht eine Hammond-Orgel A100 aus den 70er-Jahren.
Es handelt sich - und die älteren Rockfans unter uns werden sich sicher erinnern - um die Original-Tour-Orgel der legendären Mannheimer Kultband KIN PING MEH, später auch mit der Jeff-Harrison-Finger-Band auf Tour.
Die Bass-Pedale wurden seinerzeit entfernt und der interne Verstärker ist abgeklemmt (ob er noch funktionieren würde, ist unbekannt). Die Orgel muss wie früher mit einem externen Verstärker betrieben werden, z. B. einem Rotor-Kabinett (Hammond, Allsound o.ä. - ein Allsound-Kabinett steht in einer weiteren Anzeige von mir ebenfalls zum Verkauf).
Vor 5 Jahren hat sie der Keyboarder, der sie in meiner Band spielte, komplett überholen lassen - alles funktioniert, alle Tasten, alle Presets, alle Zugriegel usw.
Es sind vie (...) Show morele Gebrauchsspuren vorhanden, dem Alter und dem Tourleben entsprechend, was aber der Kenner bei einem solchen Kult-Objekt sicher auch zu schätzen weiß.
Die Orgel kann gerne mit dem vorhandenen Allsound-Leslie getestet werden.
Privatverkauf, daher keine Rücknahme, Gewährleistung oder Garantie.
Nur an Abholer. Kein Versand. Show less

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