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So yeah salvaged this from my uncles basement. It used to belong to my dad but now its MINE Its an old school Wurlitzer Electronic Piano that has been mounted on a 410 cab. I'm not sure what the model number is but I'm thinking its a 200 or 210. I've seen them go for about $1000-$2000 on ebay and thats without the 410 so I'm thinking I may have scored here.


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Nice score!
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Hah, thanks. Yeah now I need to get back into piano. I'm a bit rusty
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That's a 200. I've popped a few of those. Sweet organ. Is it tuned properly? They're a bitch to tune, but that's the only complaint I have about them.
They tended to "lose" the original stands, it's very rare to find one with an original stand nowadays, and they cost much more that way. The 4x10 is a cool solution to that- is it by wurlitzer? I don't remember seeing one of those before.

Edit: Could you open it and post some pics? My friend has one with a 200 body like yours but it has 200A guts, I'd like to see what yours has.
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That's a 200. I've popped a few of those. Sweet organ. Is it tuned properly? They're a bitch to tune, but that's the only complaint I have about them.
They tended to "lose" the original stands, it's very rare to find one with an original stand nowadays, and they cost much more that way. The 4x10 is a cool solution to that- is it by wurlitzer? I don't remember seeing one of those before.

I'm not quite sure if the cab is by them or not. I haven't pulled it apart yet but it sounds great. Very doors esque. I got so used to all the digital sounding stuff that I forgot what I was missing.
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Okay so I just checked the thing on the bottom and it turns out that its a 40 Watt 210 and not a 200. Would it still be worth about the same?
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Weird, they must have used the same shell for both. I don't think the 210 has quite the same resale the 200 has, but I could be wrong. I doubt there's much of a schematic difference.
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F*CK DUDE!

I LOVE WURLITZERS! If I had the monies, the space and the time, I'd get it!

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Nice one!

I'd love a Wurlitzer. If only i had the room.
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