TABLE-TOP ORGAN (Feb, 1959)

TABLE-TOP ORGAN
JUNIOR can play maestro at the organ—a little reed pipe job about two ft. long that operates via electricity and boasts 27 black and white keys which play sharps and flats, and over two full chromatic octaves with true, full-bodied organ tone. The $20 table-top instrument is made by Emenee Industries, Inc., New York, N. Y. It is made of break-resistant Styron plastic and comes complete with music book and electric cord. It is said to help Junior develop musically.

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  1. Hirudinea says: May 3, 201211:50 am

    Now all junior needs is an electric monkey!

  2. MitchA says: May 3, 20129:04 pm

    When I was a kid.. a friends sister had one of these. The electric motor and air pump was almost as loud as the “music”

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