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Diversi Musical Instruments manufactures instruments that replicate the vintage tonewheel organ sound. Diversi is an American company whose headquarters and manufacturing facility are located in the Philadelphia area. Founded in 2003, Diversi strives to design products that are primarily for gospel churches and demanding musicians of all musical genres.

New for 2008, Diversi is introducing several new products: DV-Duo Plus, a full-sized console organ with 25 pedals; DV-Solo, a portable 61-note organ keyboard; and the DV-Solo Plus, the DV-Solo with 25 pedals, bench and stand. There are three different furniture styles for the organs, and an array of finishes. The Diversi "signature" ?PolyDuric black is offered, as well as a walnut-stained solid oak cabinet. Also, Diversi now offers over 50 high-gloss finishes for the custom look so that you can personalize your next Diversi organ or keyboard.

Diversi utilizes a proprietary sound engine called Tonewheel Clone Modeling Technology which replicates the classic tonewheel organ sound. The Diversi is easy to play and use. No complicated menus, just sit down, turn it on and play.

The Diversi Organ can be seen and heard on BET's hit TV show, Bobby Jones Gospel. Numerous recording artists play and support the Diversi products: Joey ?DeFrancesco, PJ Morgan, Jetro da Silva, Dennis Montgomery III, Eddie Howard, Jr., Israel & New Breed, Jerry Harris, Clay Bogan, 'Papa' John ?DeFrancesco, Patrick Bianchi, and numerous others.

You can experience the Diversi Organ by visiting:

DIVERSI - All The Tone Without The Wheels! What Are You Listening To Now?

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