www.vollerorgans.co.uk goes live!!

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Post  highpressure on Thu 28 Jun 2012, 9:56 am

My website promoting the organs I make has gone live today, anyone who wants more info can email me. I am starting to draw up the plans for a small trailer based unit using the 48 note scale in a similar style to the large one to go behind showmans engines. It will have a wheeled chassis and will run on 12v, fully self contained with blower, midi player, Music reader using SD cards and will come with tunes loaded. If anyone has seen R Knotts McCarthy organ that is the best idea to get a feel for what it will look like. I will try and find a shot I have of his or a video of it attending a rally somewhere as a picture paints a thousand words... Very Happy

www.vollerorgans.co.uk

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Post  Steve Traill on Thu 28 Jun 2012, 10:54 am

Great sounding organ on the demo part, very tempted to have one as I like that sort of music although it drives the 'little woman' into the next room whenever I play any of it on CD! Could you go into a bit more detail on prices for the larger ones.

ps There's an 'S' missing after the STW plug............team, should be steam

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Post  highpressure on Thu 28 Jun 2012, 11:33 am

Typos eh!!! Pricing on other models hasnt been looked at yet as it has taken me 6 months to get the busker model to a point that I feel happy with and I know time scales for build and components. I would try and aim for the 48 note mini showmans trailer type to be around the 3500 mark based on a set of two stopped flute type melodies, it would be painted but not embellished for that, I intend to make a "sample" to get a feeling for it and then depending on response decide what to do. The really big one I have for myself is OK for my own uses but I need more confidence and to be able to perfect the different types of pipe to give a quality instrument. The time scale to make such large one is probably more than I can find at this point with another job to try and keep up with. Plus the logistics of moving and powering it take it into another catergory.

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