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Topic: Electric reed organ
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Anonymous
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posted: 6/17/2006 at 1:26:47 PM ET
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Hey I found this electric reed organ in my cupboard recently, and in trying to find out how to play, I stumbled upon this website. This site, as much as I looked, has nothing to do with this instrument really on it. I wondered if anybody out there could give me a little information about it, I am a guitarist and know little about organs, it is quite small, perhaps a child's? It is an Audition 2444 Electric Reed Organ, it has keys like normal organs, but it also has chord buttons on it, any info or links to pages about, or how to play this instrument, or ones like it, would be very helpful, thanks!

panistefanin
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posted: 8/30/2017 at 5:33:48 AM ET
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posted: 9/20/2017 at 4:27:07 AM ET
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Here is the superior papers us site where you can get some information about your question. But I think this organ is similar to mouth organ and you can play it from your mouth. Well, I am not pretty much sure but you can try I think. Hope it will work.



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