Practice Organs Part II
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Practice Organs Part II

15:59 03 July in Practice Organs, Custom Design (Opus)
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Think a pipe organ for practice would take up too much space?  Think twice!  An instrument for your home or even a choir rehearsal room isn’t out of the question.

For instance, look at the photo below.  This Holtkamp-style console – removed from the chapel of an Atlanta Presbyterian church – is only 30.5 inches deep.  It would easily fit through almost any door.  Imagine it with a cabinet for the windchest, blower and 3 or 4 free-standing ranks of pipework.  The footprint of such an instrument:  minimal.  The cost:  affordable!

We also have the pipework, bench and pedalboard.  Everything can be beautifully refurbished.

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Consider Parkey OrganBuilders if you’re looking for a compact pipe organ for your home or church.  It can be built for less than you probably think.

Ask for Phil Parkey at (770) 368-3216 or email Mr. Parkey at [email protected]

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