This practise instrument was built in 1982 by William Johnson of Cambridge for a professional organist who has had to retire from playing. The windchests, console, bench, and all components were new; the pipework, by Binns, was secondhand. Most of the structure is mahogany, the pedals are beech. It has been serviced on a yearly basis by William Johnson himself and has only ever needed minor adjustments.
The manual compass is C2 to C7
The pedal compass is C2 to F4
It has a radiating and concave pedal board, and an electric action.
Stopt Diap 8
The console would need a block of floor space approx 57” x 41”. The pipes in their current arrangement need a block of floor space 84”x44.5” and trunking to the motor which is housed in a separate box 24”h, 22.25”w, 20.5”d.
The pipework has been protected by a polythene and wood surround (not photographed to show the pipes clearly). Floor to top of surround 92” fits in average height room.
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Price: £7,650 ONO