ORGANS FOR SALE!
Bigelow Opus 23 (II/15) - 1992
has a big sound, including a full-length 16' Posaune. "Either-or" registration makes all manual stops playable from either manual, and the 2-stop Pedal division features an octave coupler (16' off/on and 8' on/off). Mechanical key and stop action with detached console.
1859 Robjohn (II/11)
This is the only surviving work of Thomas Robjohn (New York). The walnut case, entirely veneered in rosewood, is perhaps its most notable feature. Several organists enjoyed playing it at our open house. It has a lovely sound. See specs
and more photos
on the Opus 37 page
ca. 1900 Cramer
This two-manual reed organ
is certainly a rarity today. It has been thoroughly overhauled, including replacing missing or broken reeds. The sound of the full chorus (16-8-4) is rich indeed.
Bigelow & Co., Inc., Organ Builders • 130 West 100 South, American Fork, UT 84003 • Phone/Fax 801-756-5777 • firstname.lastname@example.org