Loc: Arphadon, La
A forumite friend of mine on the cakewalk forum is interested in a drawbar organ and he found a T-312 on CL, but we can't find much about it. It appears to be a solid state home console with drawbars, but no mechanical TG.
Anybody have info on this model? I think he will pass on it since he wants a TG and tubes. I am trying to find him an M or A that reasonably priced.
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The T model spinet is the last tonewheel generator spinet. It had a solidstate amp but it was a tonewheel organ. Though it is sort of it's own animal. I would rather have an M-3 myself. I think Tony Banks used a T spinet.
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Hi guys! I'm the poor slob looking for a spinet! A spinet will suit my needs at this time and actually I'm not even worried about much about percussion right now either, but I would like to have genuine mechanical TG. tube amp would be nice, but I'll settle for transistor on that if necessary, but I also have a limited budget.
I've been watching CL in my area for M3's and actually there are several available, but they're all priced right at $250 and $300 (DFW).
While I coule probably spring that much if necessary, I really like the thought of the built in leslie since I would not be able to afford a separate leslie for this (and won't have room for it on stage anyway - small church stage).
I had been hoping to get a T-512c I found on CL but couldn't work it out with the owner. This T-312 was the next closest thing if it had the mechanical TG and built in leslie!
thanks everyone for your input and thanks musicman100 for checking here and finding that info!
Owned a T-212 for years (no tape recorder) otherwise almost similar to a T-312.
I always liked this track because you could pull it off on a T-212 without any trouble and I suspect it was a T and uses the T drum unit and it has the T classic overdrive Some clearly make do with its limitations.