Knoxville, Tennessee (1996)
This small practice organ is a new instrument incorporating several old ranks of pipes. The entire instrument rolls out easily for access to the back. The decorative panels above the console easily lift out, providing a more substantial level of volume if required. The chests have “normal” size pallets, and the organ is voiced on 2 5/8″. The pallet size combined with the wind pressure provides the all-important “pluck” which makes mechanical-action organs so satisfying to play.
The key action is build of cherry, and consists of two backfall rails which float to compensate for humidity changes.
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