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Practice Organ from:
Ms. Lois H. Thurston
Havenwood Heritage Heights Unit 527
33 Christian Ave # 31
Concord, NH 03301-6128
Tel. (603) 496-2615 or (603) 856 – 7901 (home)
FOR SALE: My home organ, a Yamaha Electone, Model E-3, in good working condition. It has 2 manuals (61 keys each) plus a 2-octave pedal board (© – c). The wood cabinet has a roll-down keyboard cover, a walnut finish, and is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: 50 ¾” wide, 45″ deep (includes pedals, which detach for moving), and 40 ½” high (+8″ for music rest, 29″ wide). Included are the bench, the Service Manual, the Guide manual, and the “E-3 Sound Effects manual with all stops.” The speakers are built in. There is a head-phone outlet. The bench is 40″ wide, 14″ deep, and 23 ¾” high.
It would be useful for an organist, an organ student, or use in a small hall, a music rehearsal room, or for home entertainment.
I purchased it second-hand from Darrell’s music store in 1987. It has been maintained by Ron Richards, organ technologist, Ronrichs@comcast.net, Lowell, MA. I am asking $300.00 plus buyer to pick up at my home.
Feel free to share this with anyone who might be interested. Having an organ at home has been valuable for preparing service music. Pictures available on request, use above contact information.
Ahlborn-Galanti Chronicler III-B.
Built in 2002.
Three manuals, 52 stops. Very good condition.
Replaced by a pipe organ.
Holy Cross Episcopal Church, Weare, New Hampshire.
Contact: Thom Thomas email@example.com