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Seeburg organlocked

  • Hugh Davies


An Electronic organ manufactured by the Seeburg Corp. in Chicago during the second half of the 1960s and continued as part of the Gulbransen organ range. It was meant for entertainment use. The sounds are generated by 12 oscillators using frequency division. Some Seeburg models included an electronic percussion section, ‘Select-a-Rhythm’, that produced one of 18 different dance rhythm accompaniments at the press of a button....

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