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Do you think a Western/Hillbilly fiddle disc (with the fiddle notes on the white organ keys) or a South African style township jive / mbaqanga disc with lots of great grooves for partying would sell? Those surely would be fun to listen to.

I have just realised today that the house I am clearing has an Optigan! It was when I found the disks and googled your site that the truth dawned.

I think it works too! All I have to do now is to try the discs in it, I am all most sure I will find the original instructions as nothing was thrown away in this house…

I am in Australia, I have to sell it, any ideas anyone?

Thanks, puzzled of Melbourne!

any new optigan® records in the pipeline?

I had a crazy idea for one that would be a cross over disc tribute featuring the Mellotron.

on keyboard: one octave mellotron flutes, one octave mellotron strings, one octave mellotron choir.
rhythm buttons: chamberlin melody #1 for majors, chamberlin melody #2 for minors, chamberlin melody #3 for dim

or your chamberlin rhythmate for drums 1-5 and all the majors, minor, dim that gives you 24 different drum beat patterns.

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