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-I'm an Electrical Engineer in the Control and Instrumentation field.  
- I enjoy restoring my B-3 to A-1 condition
-I play a variety of tunes including old favorites from the 40's , 50's and 60's for family and friends
+<br> Electrical Engineer in the Control and Instrumentation field. I have always appreciated the electromechanical design of the Hammond organ. I enjoy restoring my B-3 as much as I do playing it .  
+I have a B3, Leslie 122 and Hammond PR40 Tone Cabinet. I have restored it to the original tone and added improvements by [replacing the tone generator capacitors|JohnMihevicOnTheGoffCapacitorKit], replacing aging components in the AO28 preamplifier, Leslie 122 amp including caps in the 800 Hz crossover, replacing the Leslie V21 driver with the new Hammond Ferro fluid driver , and adding [selectable percussion|Addition Of Polyphonic Percussion For 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Harmonics] to the B3. I have improved the reverberation by using a modified Hammond fluid reverberation system ( for bass & lower midrange) together with a Trek II RV-1C reverb (for the upper midrange and treble). This gives a balanced reverb over the complete tone range of the B3.  
+<br><br>Phone 330-722-4558<br><br>E-Mail jamihevic@msn .com  
-Phone 330-722-4558  

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