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Newer page: version 2 Last edited on March 31, 2006 8:09 pm. by JimCook
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 Laurens Hammond was almost desparate for his organs to be considered serious instruments by the members of AGO which meant the console design had to meet AGO standards. But pipe organs don't have drawbars and preset keys. The G-100 was as close as Hammond came to meeting AGO standards but unfortunately, the G-100 was far too expensive to be practical. It wasn't until the late 1950's that other electronic organ companies like Rodgers and Allen were able sell electronic organs that met AGO design standards and were practical to build. 
 Thousands of Jazz and Rock organists and millions of their fans are thankful... 
-See WhyConcertOrganistsHateTheHammond
+See ClassicalOrganistsDislikeMostHammonds

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