#1
So im stripping an old hammond tube organ that ive had laying around for a while. I figure ill take the speakers and the leaslie (rotating speaker) and possibly put em in a guitar cab. It would be freakin sweet to have a real rotating speaker in a cab. Im gonna take the volume pedal and put an input and output on it and use it for guitar. Any other useful things i could get off of it? Tubes perhaps?
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#3
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Doesn't old hammond organs have spring reverbs?

Now that u mention it im pretty sure it does.
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#5
Why would you strip it
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#6
^ +1 makes me sad as well.....Damn fine instruments. Is it non funtional or what? How old is it?
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#7
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Why would you strip it

It wont power on. My dad got it for free, had it working for about a week and now it wont power on and its been sitting on our back deck for a few months. Plus we have a fully functioning wurlitzer organ in the living room.
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#8
NOOOOOOO DON'T STRIP IT!!! The "usefullness" you could get out of the parts pale in comparison to having a sweet working Hammond tube organ. Where are you located?
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