Updated through online information from Stephen Brown. -- Still working fine
Updated through online information from Stephen Brown. -- The Kimball 5 rank organ was incorporated into a 3 rank Organcraft practice organ. An OPUS-Two electronic control system replaced manual switching in the Organcraft and included the Kimball. Draw Knobs were added and a coupler rail. A unit 16' pedal Faggot, a unit 16'L. Gedackt and a unit 16'/8' Trumpet have been added and are in operation presently Two Austin Universal Chests have recently been added and will be wired to the OPUS-Two controls for a total of 11 more ranks.
Updated through on-line information from Stephen Brown. -- The Organcraft Associates organ is OPUS 1584.
Identified through on-line information from Stephen Brown. -- This is a five-rank Kimball organ originally in The First Baptist Church in Pleasantville, New Jersey. The console and switching were destroyed by the church though I have the stop rail. The swell shades remained in the church. I do everything else. I have it connected to a three rank Organcraft originally purchased by The University of West Virginia. It is connected using Opus-Two Organ Control System