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#2883844 - 10/08/17 04:25 AM Speaking of Organs...and Baseball
DarkyLord Offline
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#2883850 - 10/08/17 06:10 AM Re: Speaking of Organs...and Baseball [Re: DarkyLord]
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Diving board keys, not waterfall...

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#2883867 - 10/08/17 08:50 AM Re: Speaking of Organs...and Baseball [Re: stoken6]
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"Replaced a Hammond" ? Go directly to Hell, do not pass Go........

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#2883954 - 10/08/17 07:16 PM Re: Speaking of Organs...and Baseball [Re: lightbg]
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That's my friend Matthew Van Hoose. The 'Hammond' that was replaced was a Hammond XK2 I believe. This beast is a worthy replacement especially in a baseball context.
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#2883960 - 10/08/17 07:50 PM Re: Speaking of Organs...and Baseball [Re: Bobadeath]
CorpseGrinder88 Offline
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Originally Posted By: Bobadeath
That's my friend Matthew Van Hoose. The 'Hammond' that was replaced was a Hammond XK2 I believe. This beast is a worthy replacement especially in a baseball context.

Hi Bobby, I asked you a few questions about the Baseball Organ Biz several months back. Still would be interested in your answers as I can imagine that your gig details would be of interest to others (and definitely still to me as a baseball fan and side listener of the baseball organ genre smile )
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#2884001 - 10/09/17 04:57 AM Re: Speaking of Organs...and Baseball [Re: Bobadeath]
DarkyLord Offline
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Originally Posted By: Bobadeath
This beast is a worthy replacement especially in a baseball context.


We'll see - hopefully.
snax

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#2884059 - 10/09/17 08:49 AM Re: Speaking of Organs...and Baseball [Re: CorpseGrinder88]
Bobadeath Offline
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Originally Posted By: CorpseGrinder88
Originally Posted By: Bobadeath
That's my friend Matthew Van Hoose. The 'Hammond' that was replaced was a Hammond XK2 I believe. This beast is a worthy replacement especially in a baseball context.

Hi Bobby, I asked you a few questions about the Baseball Organ Biz several months back. Still would be interested in your answers as I can imagine that your gig details would be of interest to others (and definitely still to me as a baseball fan and side listener of the baseball organ genre smile )


Man I remember I was like 'I'll respond soon' and didn't respond. How Millennial! I'll try and dig it up now.
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#2884105 - 10/09/17 12:52 PM Re: Speaking of Organs...and Baseball [Re: Bobadeath]
OB Grave Offline
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There must be something in the air. This just ran in the LA Times a few days ago.

edit: aw dang, I see that somebody else already posted this link in another thread


Edited by OB Grave (10/09/17 12:54 PM)
Edit Reason: aw dang

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#2884135 - 10/09/17 03:53 PM Re: Speaking of Organs...and Baseball [Re: OB Grave]
count doerflera Offline
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Originally Posted By: OB Grave
There must be something in the air.


it's playoff season. twothumbs
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#2884700 - 10/12/17 07:16 PM Re: Speaking of Organs...and Baseball [Re: count doerflera]
waygetter Offline
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Here's our SF Giants guy, his setup looks a bit less extravagant but he rocks it!

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