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Mon, Sep 3rd - 10:25AM

Hammond B3 Organ


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Mon, Sep 3rd - 10:17AM

About The Hammond B3 Manual



While restoring this organ, I decided to document each step and write a how to manual. To date, no one has written a manual like this. If you wish to see and read more about the manual, the link that follows will take you to: "The Hammond B3 Disassembly & Restoration Manual for Non-technicians".

Take me there ;-)

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Mon, Sep 3rd - 10:05AM




The manual is 8 1/2" X 11" and has laminated covers, 164 pages with over 400 highest quality, full color pictures printed on "70lb text" pure white paper and has a metal coil binding. The reason for such high quality color pictures is due to the use of colored indicating arrows for identification of parts and Hammond's color coded wires. This is a very simple and comprehensive manual and takes you through every step with text and pictures. You don't have to be a technician or have had any previous experience working with Hammond organs to follow this manual. You may need to contact a technician at some point, depending on the condition of your organ but you will literally save thousands of dollars by doing this yourself. If you do need a technician to work on certain aspects that you cannot handle, at least the organ will be in an open state and there will be less time involved for the tech. Most musicians cannot afford to pay someone to completely overhaul their organ. The largest percentage of our customers have reached a level of success and can now fulfill there life long dream of owning a B3 in top condition. They don't buy them to take on the road. Working musicians, on the other hand, should know something about maintaining their own instrument even if they don't intend on doing a total re-build. Writing this manual was a labor of love and was a sincere effort to share the knowledge.
I hope it serves you well

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Mon, Sep 3rd - 9:59AM

GospelKeys Organ Series 350 & 450: New!!!
See some videos here!



Or you can go to my website to see the videos:

After the page loads please scroll down the page and check
out some of the many Video Samples from GospelKeys Organ
lessons. It took years of searching to find this and, this is where
the likes of Billy Preston got his roots. Hope you like it.
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Mon, Sep 3rd - 9:52AM

The Best Of Old R&B
Interpretations

My album is a tribute to the legacy of the great r&b, blues and pop songs of our times. The arrangements while original have unique intros (Eleanor Rigby, I believe To My Soul, The Thrill Is Gone) written specifically for each tune. Influences include the Isley Brothers, Ray Charles ,BB King, Doobie Brothers and the Beatles. This album has been completely performed by Wayne Prue



About Me
I produced this album in 2006 and thanks to my Macintosh, WaLa.
I'm playing the Hammond B3, Guitar and vocals live and all other instruments are virtual. You can take a free listen at the itunes music store by typing my name in their search window. Just type "Wayne Prue" Hope you like it enough to download it ;-)



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