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Posts about electric organs

Monday, April 19, 2010

  Wurlitzer TCR 4500 Organ: In The Garden Of Eden

When Iron Butterfly produced their epic "In A Gadda Da Vida," many people realized that the use of organs can become popular. And now you too can have fun playing the organ. Just imagine sitting on your favorite piano bench, and saddling up to this Wurlitzer TCR 4500 Organ. You can play the entire song of "In A Gadda Da Vida," or play a simple rendition of your favorite song. The choice can be yours when you have this Wurlitzer TCR 4500 Organ. You can even create your new original music, or just inspire the masses when sitting down to play. But your time is limited, because the online auction ends April 22nd. Activate your free trial here, and start making things better.

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Thursday, March 11, 2010

  Thomas Californian 284 Deluxe Organ: Whenever You Are In The Mood For A Melody

Billy Joel does not have to be the only Piano Man. With this Thomas Californian 284 Deluxe Organ, you too can become a master of the keys. You can become the person that people come to see to forget about life for a while, as you play the organ. This organ is much better than a plain old piano though. You can create much more complex sounds, and create an even more soulful sound than a grand piano. Granted, you will need to know how to play the instrument in order to sound good on the Thomas Californian 284 Deluxe Organ, but that comes with practice. And you cannot practice without owning the instrument. And with the current bid being only $5, it can be a worthwhile investment, but you better act quickly. This online auction ends March 17th. For more information, and to activate your free trial, click here.

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Tuesday, December 08, 2009

  Minstral V170 Electric Organ: GD Electric!

If you have ever wanted to take up an instrument now is your chance. You can take a look at this Minstral V170 Electric Organ that is currently up for online auction. If you learn how to play the piano or organ then there are infinite realms of musical possibilities. It would make picking up any other instrument that much easier. This organ may need a bit of a tune up but after that you would be on your stairway to musical heaven in no time. Who knows, you could be the next Billy Joel, Elton John, or Stevie Wonder. The current bid on this item is only $10 with the auction ending on December 14. For more information about this organ and many other government auctions you can click here.

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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

  Rodgers Model 835E Organ: Fresh Out Of The Box

If you want to wow your family and friends then you may want to try your hand at learning a musical instrument. There's no better opportunity than now to check out this online auction for a Rodgers Model 835E Organ. This organ can easily be set up at home and you can entertain yourself along with everyone you know with some tunes. This item is perfect for the experienced musician as well as the beginner. You would need to have this organ shipped from Florida so you can enjoy some cool sounds. This auction ends on November 20 with the current bid being only $100. That is a small price to pay for what could be years of musical joy. Find out more here.

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Friday, October 23, 2009

  A Baldwin Organ: Music Is In The Air

Playing music is a very therapeutic activity, especially if it's done right. People can study for years and make amazing leaps and bounds in implementing what they have learned and as well as maybe coming up with their own music theory. If you want to jump into some serious music playing then you can take a gander at this current online auction for a Baldwin Organ. Baldwin is known for making great pianos that stand the test of time. You would have to pick this item up or get it shipped from its Virginia location. This auction ends next week and has a current bid of only $35. For more information you can click here to activate your account.

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Monday, July 27, 2009

  1974 Full Walnut Thomas Organ: Kick Out The Jams

Everyone likes music. In some form or another, people all across the world love hearing some sort of beat or rhythm. If you are musically inclined and have some stuff in your guts that you need to get out, then this current online auction for a 1974 full walnut Thomas Organ could be the answer you are looking for. Everyone loves a good pianist (or in this case organist) and since you can make beautiful music with this organ, people will love you even more. The Thomas Organ Company has been around for more than 100 years so they are a name you can trust. The current bid on this item is only $35 with the auction ending on four days. Find out more by clicking here to log in.

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Thursday, June 04, 2009

  One Wurlitzer Organ Please!

This soon to be ending auction is for a Wurlitzer Organ. The Rudolph Wurlitzer Company has been around for generations and has produced a variety of musical instruments including jukeboxes, pianos and guitars. They have been a trusted and reliable name in the music industry since before the big band era. With this auction you can own a piece of musical history. Wurlitzer Organs are known for their sound and craftsmanship. This particular auction that is ending June 9 is currently at $5 with one bid. You can really end up with this item at a steal. This would be great for the kid who is just learning how to play or the accomplished pro. You can find out more by clicking here.

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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

  Hammond Electric Organ: The Piano Alternative

Do you play the piano or the organ? Well if you do then you just have to check out this next auction. It's for a Hammond, model 810 electric organ. Invented by Laurens Hammond in 1934, these organs were originally sold to churches and a low cost alternative to piep organs. By the 1960s and 70s the electric organ grew in popularity and was now being used in all types of music ranging from jazz and blues to rock and even gospel. This particular organ is in great condition and has been very well maintained. It also comes with a bench. The current bid for this item is just $203 with 4 online bids already placed. This online auction ends on January 26th 2009 so be sure to click here if you want to find out more about this and other instrument auctions!

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