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-Manufacturers of the [Electro Tone OrganMate] reverb kit, Electro Tone PER 200 percussion kit and the [Electro Tone Duet Sixteen] and [Electro Tone Mark II] preset kits during the 1960s. These kits were primarily retro-fitted to Hammond organs that required reverb, presets or percussion. 
+Manufacturers of the [Electro Tone OrganMate] reverb kit, [ Electro Tone PER 200] percussion kit and the [Electro Tone Duet Sixteen] and [Electro Tone Mark II] preset kits during the 1960s. These kits were primarily retro-fitted to Hammond organs that required reverb, presets or percussion. 
  
 The company was situated at 1814-A Colorado Ave, Santa Monica then later at 2126 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica. 

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