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Hammond Autochord The Piper Organ 1970 Dark Walnut - $225 (Boulder, Co)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Hammond
model name / number: Autochord The Piper

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For your consideration: Rare Hammond 'The Piper' Organ

Price: $225 (reduced from $275), cash only please

Location: North Boulder, Co
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Condition: Really Good Shape, but may need a little refurbishing. May need some contact points cleaned, etc.
Description:
“The Piper” Autochord Organ

The keyboard has 61 keys, there are separate control keys for bass (Bass and String Bass with separate volume control), 3 accompaniment controls (Flute, String and Percussion), Reverb control, Vibrato control, 10 different rhythm keys with separate volume control, 6 percussion keys (piano, harpsichord, guitar, sitar, twin mallet marimba and banjo. It has 6 solo sound keys (trombone, accordion, flute, violin, trumpet and dynamute (It's kind of the wah-wah whiney sound). There is a volume control foot pedal and separate on/off switch

1970 introduced the first automatic chording instrument in the industry, the Piper Autochord R. Like its ancestor, the Hammond Chord Organ, the Piper was a single keyboard instrument designed specifically for the non-playing hobbyist. The Piper didn't have any pedals and it didn't feature chord buttons--instead, the player actually played a chord which in turn played an automatic bass part with the appropriate rhythmic accompaniment.

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