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    Looking for good used digital

    Hello,
    This is my first post so let me just explain what I am doing here. I would like to purchase a liturgical style three manual digital for me home. I have no idea what organs are better. I realize that there are several names out there such as Allen, Rogers, Viscount, Veritas, Copeman Hart, Phoenix, etc. Each will have good points and bad points. Can anyone give me some direction in how to get a good used home organ with 3 manuals, draw knobs, etc. My home is relatively large but my budget is not so pipe organs are out. I await your help.
    Billy12345

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    Hi Billy12345 ... welcome to MIMF

    You don't mention about where on our planet you reside ... geographically speaking, certain brands of used organs may or may not be available for all countries.

    Enjoy yourself on the forums ...
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    Hello Billy12345 Welcome!

    You might consider posting your query in the pipe organ forum as well; you might get more responses there.
    ''Music, I feel, should be emotional first and intellectual second.'' - Maurice Ravel
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    Thanks Rojo

    Thanks, Rojo for the suggestion. I will give that a shot also.
    Billy 12345

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    Krummhorn,
    I'm sorry that I did not introduce myself well enough. This is the first time I have actually been a part of anything like this and I am just learning how to post. I live in Alabama, USA. I taught choral music in the public shool systems of Alabama for 26 years. I am now retired from teaching but am still active musically in our local activities.
    Billy 12345

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    Billy12345 ...

    Thanks for the update ... I am also relatively new a forum of this magnitude. It's nice that my ol' brain can learn new things these days.

    If I hear of something similar to what you are searching for, I'll certainly let you know.

    Congrats on retirement ... 26 years is a good chunk of time for teaching in schools.
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    Welcome to Magle International Music Forums, Billy!

    I'll look forward to see you around,

    Kind regards
    Frederik

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