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transporting my chopped organ


toad

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I just finished(almost)chopping my hammond console and was wandering if I will be ok to transporting it on it's back.

 

Maybe not oil it the day before a gig or weeks? Does the oil in the resevoir spill all over? Do I need to suck up the oil tubs with a wet vac? Any ideas? thanks!

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I chopped an old CV. I painted truck bed liner stuff on it, hell it matches my motion sound stuff too!(KBR-3D). I have a second CV that's not chopped, hooked to a 147 so I'm not feeling too bad about doing it.
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I transported my B-2 on its back on the road for 10 years. I will say this about oiling: oil it once a year, don't overfill and don't move it for a month afterward. It will be good for another year.

Moe

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You can get a console Hammond down to about 200 lbs. Put it in a plywood box (tolexed or whatever), replace the AO-28 with a lightweight Trek preamp, remove the pedal harness and switch.

Moe

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"I keep wanting to like it's sound, but every demo seems to demonstrate that it has the earth-shaking punch and peerless sonics of the Roland Gaia. " - Tusker

http://www.hotrodmotm.com

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