1969 Hammond B3 Drawbar Organ w/ Foot Pedal Road Case & Leslie Cables B 3 #30928. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: This listing is for a 1969 Hammond B-3 Drawbar Organ owned by keyboardist and synth legend, Michael Boddicker. ACCESSORIES INCLUDED: This item comes as seen in photos, and includes only the following accessories. 1 - Organ bench - 23 lbs.
1 - Bass Foot Pedals. Organ Road ATA Flight case 52" x 49" x 33 - 147 lbs. Bench case 39.5" x 29.5" x 19 - 28 lbs. Pedal case 45" x 10" x 35.5 - 20 lbs.
3 pieces of replacement foam - 2 pieces measure 49.5" x 1.25" x 39", 1 measures 49.5" x 1" x 35". PHYSICAL CONDITION: Very Good - All the knobs, switches, buttons, keys, and pedal are intact. There are scratches and bump marks on the body. There are light scratches on the keys. Overall, this organ is in incredibly great physical condition for its age!The B3's road case has a bend in one side that makes latching difficult on that side. WORKING CONDITION: Very Good - This organ has just been serviced by Custom Vintage Keyboards here in Burbank, and is in perfect working condition! All the percussion section switches, spring reverb, and Leslie speed adjustment switch are functioning well. The pedals sometimes have an issue lining up perfectly and can trigger a tone to play when no pedal is depressed. This can be remedied by extending or replacing the foam on the bottom of the pedals to elevate it about 1/2 inch. Overall, this item is in very good working condition!
UNPACKAGED WEIGHT: Organ w/ case - 417 lbs Bench w/ case - 51 lbs Pedals w/ case - 70 lbs. We strongly suggest that you check your order after receiving it to be sure that it is in proper working order. NOT WORKING FOR PARTS AS-IS. We do our best to fairly evaluate the condition of a non-working item and give an honest description of any symptoms.
If there are any further conditions, missing parts, or dead-issues with the item that are unknown in this type of listing, we will not be held liable for it. It does not cover such things as normal wear and tear. Incorrect voltage, un-authorized or self-repair, moisture damage, failure to follow manufacturers instructions or incorrect application etc. Acts of god, the old gods and the new gods, forces of nature, items with removed serial numbers, microphone ribbons, speaker drivers, capsules, batteries, tubes, bulbs, damage resulting from the use or misuse of voltage regulators, losses incurred from loss of business, clients, down-time, profits or for personal inconveniences or expenses in travel, gas etc.
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Thus preventing any possible "rack rash" or scratches. If it were a guitar pedal, avoid sticking Velcro on it and mounting to your pedal board until it passed your test to be knighted and sit at your round table of pedals. Although tempting to have both of your favorite things together, put down the chicken wings slathered in barbecue sauce that is dripping all over your leather vest and beard and be sure your hands are clean and dry before trying out your awesome new gear. Pet odors, cigarette and other smoke items can also affect the "newness" of your gear. Also, keep the gear away from your friend with the Billy Ray Cyrus mullet driving the Camaro.
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HOW TO RETURN YOUR ITEM. The item "1969 Hammond B3 Drawbar Organ with Foot Pedal Road Case & Leslie Cables B 3 #30928" is in sale since Tuesday, February 27, 2018. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Pianos, Keyboards & Organs\Organs".The seller is "technoempire" and is located in Burbank, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.