Description: Organ - Tracker Pipe Organ (5 stops) *new price*
This instrument was built by the Andover Organ Company in 1966. It has been well maintained throughout its life and upon coming into my possession was brought to concert-ready condition by a local organ maker. As I am a baroque musician I tuned the instrument to A=415 however it can be easily brought back to A=440 (standard modern pitch). It was revoiced in the winter of 2003.
I have this instrument in my home, and its portability (casters) and small footprint make it usable in any environment. With all stops on, this will fill any good sized church, however I used it primarily as a continuo instrument. The casework is completely of Cherry, the panel doors slide closed and can be locked (even the original lock and key from 1966) the casework can be disassembled for transport or storage quite easily. The bottom 6 notes of the Gedeckt stop are on a side chamber which can be removed when the case work is taken off. Included with the instrument are 5 Pipe Trays which are boxes for storing the pipes for transport. All the casework comes off easily with a screwdriver and can be reassembled in about 5 minutes.
*** Please note***
This instrument can be shipped anywhere in North America. As it completely disassembles I can have it frieghted for a very reasonable fee.
height 93" width 66" depth 33" weight: 350 lbs approximately
Range 51 notes (C-D)
8' Gedeckt (all wood, wood stoppers)
4' Rohrflote (tin alloy, tin head stoppers)
2' Principal (tin alloy, tin collar stoppers)
I/V Mixture (tin alloy, tin collar stoppers)
8' Regal (reed) stop, including blower board which replaces the 2' Principal and a complete set of 51 regal pipes. All of these pipes work, however they will require some maintenance.
Meidinger blower, replaced in the last few years it looks like (this blower alone is approximately $2500.00 according to my organ maker).