Hammond Electric Organ Service Manuals on DVD – Repair Play Method Song Music 21

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 Hammond Organs

A collection totally unique to us of 170 out-of-print Vintage books, service manuals, operator’s manuals, magazines, guides and electrical schematics.

Whilst this library of information is a fascinating historical collection it is also a practical resource for the repair, maintenance and use of the various Hammond Organs.

The Hammond organ is an electric organ, invented by Laurens Hammond and John M. Hanert and first manufactured in 1935. Various models have been produced, most of which use sliding drawbars to create a variety of sounds. Until 1975, Hammond organs generated sound by creating an electric current from rotating a metal tone wheel near an electromagnetic pickup, and then strengthening the signal with an amplifier so that it can drive a speaker cabinet.

Around two million Hammond organs have been manufactured, and it has been described as one of the most successful organs. The organ is commonly used with, and associated with, the Leslie speaker.   The Most Complete Vintage Book Library Available on 1 x DVD 

 170 Manuals,Magazines, Books, Schematics

Rare Vintage books scanned to PDF format on Computer disk

Easily Searchable & Printable
N.B there is NO BOX included in the purchase
you will receive a CD/DVD in a protective
sleeve shipped in a cardboard mailer.

  On The Disk This unique disk is an opportunity to own these rare and collectible vintage items before they disappear forever. Some of the books  on the disk are already unavailable and but for being scanned into digital format would never be seen again.Each book has been scanned in as a faithful reproduction of the original. This is a chance to be able to see books that would otherwise be lost to future generations.The books are a unique library that are not only a historical record but also a valuable resource of ideas, methods and instruction.
IMPORTANT: These books come supplied on a DVD – note that this is not a DVD that will play on a home DVD player, it contains no video whatsoever. It is a Data DVD and must be used on a Computer to view the files.Be Careful:  Other sellers may be selling disks where you will have difficulty finding the book that you are looking for because they have file names that are meaningless. We have taken the time so that all our books are named as specifially as possible (there is a limit to the number of characters allowed in a file name) to give as much information as possible so that you can easily search for just the book that you want to find.Additionally sellers may place restrictions on how you can use the files on the disk such as not being able to add your own notes or comments etc – they put a security protection on them which requires a password which they don’t give to you – our books are totally unrestricted.

The Quality and Nature of the ScansAs with all our disks, we will always endeavour to put the books that are of the best available quality (in respect to condition)  on the disk. However, due to the age of the books and how they have been stored plus the quality of the original printing, there are differences in the qualities of the books on the disk.For instance, some books that are available to us are in such poor condition that they would be unreadable if they were scanned in, so these are reproduced verbatim, others are in good condition and can be directly scanned – each book has to be treated on a case-by-case basis. In the interest of clarity we feel it is important to explain the nature of the PDF books you will receive. Whatever the quality is of the books you can rest assured that it will be the best available, if there were a better copy available we would  put it on the disk for you.     List of Contents on the Disk170 On The Disk in PDF format
Chords – The Hammond Chord Organ Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 1 – May 1953Creating Beautiful Tone Colors with the Harmonic Drawbars of the Hammond OrganHammond Chord Organ – Owner’s Service SuggestionsHammond Chord Organ Comments – Part 1 – 1952-1953 [Complete Collection]Hammond Chord Organ Comments – Part 2 – 1954 [Complete Collection]Hammond Chord Organ Comments – Part 3 – 1955 [Complete Collection]Hammond Chord Organ Comments – Part 4 – 1956 [Complete Collection]Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.1 1952Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.2 1952Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.3 1952Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.4 1952Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.5 1952Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.6 1953Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.7 1953Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.8 1953Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.12 1954Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.13 1954Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.14 1954Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.15 1954Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.16 1954Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.17 1954Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.18 1954Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.19 1954Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.20 1954Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.21 1954Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.22 1954Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.24 1955Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.25 1955Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.26 1955Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.27 1955Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.28 1955Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.29 1955Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.30 1955Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.31 1955Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.32 1955Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.34 1956Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.35 1956Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.36 1956Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.37 1956Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.38 1956Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.39 1956Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.40 1956Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.41 1956Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.42 1956Hammond Chord Organ Comments No.43 1956Hammond Chord Organ Playing InstructionsHammond Chord Organ Service Manual, Models S, S-1, S-4Hammond E-100, 200, 300 Service Manual PlusHammond Elegante Service ManualHammond Grand 100 Organ BrochureHammond L 100 Series Service ManualHammond Organ Co. – Colonnade BrochureHammond Organ Co. – Early Line Brochure from 1930sHammond Organ Co. – Locking Top Console Owner’s Playing GuideHammond Organ Co. Line Brochure – c. 1964Hammond Organ Co. Line Brochure – circa 1958-59Hammond Organ Co. Line Brochure with Retail Prices – 1957Hammond Organ Company – 1946 BrochureHammond Organ Company – Fifty Years of Musical Excellence – 1934-1984Hammond Organ F-100 Extravoice Service ManualHammond Organ H-100 Figure 40-Console Schematic Diagram-H-100 SeriesHammond Organ H-100 Figure 41-Console Schematic Diagram-H-100SeriesHammond Organ H-100 Figure 42-Console Control Panel Wiring-H-100 SeriesHammond Organ H-100 Figure43-Wiring Diagramconsole Hammond H-100 SeriesHammond Organ H-100 Figure44-Block Diagram-H-100 SeriesHammond Organ H-100 Figures 36,37,38,39-BrushPercussion Pedal Gate SchematicsHammond Organ H-100 Organ Service Manual-Part1Hammond Organ Percussion ControlsHammond Organ Service Manual – Models M M2 M3 M-100Hammond Organ Service Manual 1936 1944Hammond Organ Service Manual A, A100, AB, BC, BCV, BV, B2, B3, C, CV, C2, C2-G, C3, D, DV, D100, E, G, GV, RT, RT2, RT3Hammond Organ T 500 Service ManualHammond Organ T-500 Parts ListHammond Organ T-500ServiceManual-part1Hammond Organ T-500ServiceManual-part2Hammond Organ T-series Owner’s ManualHammond Organ X-5 Owners ManualHammond Organ X-5 Service ManualHammond R 100 Service ManualHammond Solovox Model L Owner’s ManualHammond Solovox Model L Technical ManualHammond Times, Vol. 19, No. 2 – 1957Hammond Times, Vol. 19, No. 5 – 1957Hammond Times, Vol. 20, No. 1 – 1958Hammond Times, Vol. 20, No. 4 1958Hammond Times, Vol. 21, No. 1 – 1959Hammond Times, Vol. 21, No. 3 – 1959Hammond Times, Vol. 21, No. 4 – 1959Hammond Times, Vol. 22, No. 1 – 1960Hammond Times, Vol. 22, No. 2 – 1960Hammond Times, Vol. 22, No. 3 – 1960Hammond Times, Vol. 22, No. 4 – 1960Hammond Times, Vol. 22, No. 5 – 1959Hammond Times, Vol. 22, No. 5 – 1960Hammond Times, Vol. 23, No. 1 – 1961Hammond Times, Vol. 23, No. 2 – 1961Hammond Times, Vol. 23, No. 3 – 1961Hammond Times, Vol. 23, No. 4 – 1961Hammond Times, Vol. 23, No. 5 – 1961Hammond Times, Vol. 24, No 3 October 1962Hammond Times, Vol. 24, No. 1 – 1964Hammond Times, Vol. 24, No. 4 1962Hammond Times, Vol. 24, No. 4 -1965Hammond Times, Vol. 26 No. 2 – 1964Hammond Times, Vol. 26 No. 4 – 1964Hammond Times, Vol. 26 No. 5 – 1964Hammond Times, Vol. 26, No. 6 – 1965Hammond Times, Vol. 27 No. 1 – 1965Hammond Times, Vol. 27, No 6 1966Hammond Times, Vol. 27, No. 2 – 1965Hammond Times, Vol. 27, No. 5 – 1965Hammond Times, Vol. 28 No. 1 – 1966Hammond Times, Vol. 28 No. 2 – 1966Hammond Times, Vol. 28 No. 3 – 1966Hammond Times, Vol. 28 No. 4 – Dec-Jan 1966-67Hammond Times, Vol. 28 No. 4 October-November 1966Hammond Times, Vol. 29 No. 1 – 1967Hammond Times, Vol. 29 No. 2 – 1967Hammond Times, Vol. 29 No. 4 1967Hammond Times, Vol. 29, No. 6 1968Hammond Times, Vol. 30 No. 2  1968Hammond Times, Vol. 30, No. 3Hammond Times, Vol. 30, No. 4 1968Hammond Times, Vol. 30, No.6 1969Hammond Times, Vol. 31, No. 4 1970Hammond Times, Vol. 31, No.2 1969Hammond Times, Vol. 31, No.3 – 1969Hammond Times, Vol. 31, No.6 1969Hammond_service_manual_A_A-100_BA_BC_BCV_BV_B2_B3_C_CV_C2_C2Hammond-Everett 2000 Series Chord Organ Service ManualLeslie Organ Speaker 22H and 22R … For the Hammond OrganOrganBlueBook1986-Pt.1OrganBlueBook1986-Pt.2OrganBlueBook1986-Pt.3Pedal Studies for Hammond Organ – Charles CronhamService Manual hammond Organ L Series PORTA-BService Manual Model B-3, C-3 with Model PR-40 Tone CabinetService Manual PORTA-BService Manual XTP-(Partial) – 57 PagesSimplifying The Drawbars for the Spinet Model Hammond Organ – Curt ChambersThe Bach Book Of Organ Music – Arthur WildmanThe Hammond organ installation, operation and maintenance instructions Bulletin No.1AThirty-two short pieces for the Hammond or pipe organ, suitable for offertory or general use – C Boyd c.1921SchematicsAmp AO-33 used in PR40 & QR40 Tone CabinetsHammon Organ L-100 Wiring Schematic DiagramHammond Organ Model M Schematic DiagramHammond Organ undersaide of PreAmp Type AO-28 Model B3,C3,RT3 Consoles Schematic DiagramHammond_PSU types RTC,RTD,RTE Model RT-2 & RT-3 ConsolesHammoond Organ Model M-3 Schematic DiagramPower Amp Type AO-15 as used in Tone Cabinets JR20_code_APower Amp Type AO-15 as used in Tone Cabinets JR20_code_BPower Amp Type AO-15 as used in Tone Cabinets JR20_code_CSchematic – Amplifier used in D100_Series Console AO-33-5Schematic – AO35 Reverberation Amp M-100 Series (used in earlier consoles)Schematic – AO44 Reverberation Amp M-100 SeriesSchematic – AO66 Reverberation Amp M100 SeriesSchematic – Hammond Ogan Model M3 (early versions)Schematic – Hammond Ogan Model M3 (No.109766 and above)Schematic – Hammond Organ Model FR40 Tone CabinetSchematic – Pedal Solo Unit Type RTB Model RT-2 Consoles NoSchematic – Power Amp used in Cabinets A-20,A-40,B-40,c-40,D-20,DR20,G,DX20Schematic – Power Amp used in Cabinets A-20,A-40.B-40,C-40Schematic – Power Amp_TC g – 1haSchematic – Underside of Amp Type AO29 Model M3 ConsoleSchematic – wiring Diagram Hammond Organ L100Schematic Diagram Hammond Organ D100Schematic Diagram Series10 Tone CabinetSchematic Hammond PSU Pedal Solo Unit Model RT Consoles Pedal Solo Generator Type RTASchematic L SeriesSchematic Pedal Circuits 2Schematic Pedal CircuitsService Manual Pedal Solo Unit for RT,RT-2 & RT-3 Consoles
 The Nature of Scanned BooksYou will get a copy of each of the scanned books in PDF format. The PDF will be a replica of the book in exactly the condition it was available to us – so that will necessarily mean that the book will have inevitable signs of aging. Some of the books in our collection are over 400 years old – it is not possible to maintain a book in pristine condition for that length of time. In addition any marks made by the previous owners will also be present. We do not consider that to be  a flaw of the product but rather adds to its authenticity.Searchable – Each file is fully named on the disk so it is easy to search and find a particular title. In addition  each book is searchable and individual sections or pages  can easily be printed.Viewing – The books will require suitable PDF software to view them, almost certainly you will already have this on your computer or device – if not such software is universally available for Free download.Sizing – Page size can be adjusted to suit your needs for viewing text or images.Printing – All maps and books are printable – we do not place any security restrictions on them. Images – All images can be printed out and used as you wish. About the DiskThe disk is not suitable for use on a home DVD player connected tour TV or audio device. The disk contains JPEG file (maps in photo format) and  PDF files (these are electronic books) which can be viewed on your computer. You can easily convert the PDF files to a similar format suitable for viewing on your Tablet, mobile phone, Kindle, eBook reader or other device using the totally free software called Calibre Please Note – Physical books  are not included in this purchase; all books are scans of the original books in PDF digital format only. You will receive your disk in a protective sleeve – there is no box included. The cost of a box plus associated increase in postage and packaging would mean the price of the item would need to at least double and we find that our customers do not value a box but rather they value the contents of our disks . ShippingAll items are shipped from the UK. We despatch within one business day of receiving the order, please note that whilst we can despatch purchases quickly we cannot control the delivery time it takes to reach you.For UK deliveries the standard service is second class post shipped in a secure cardboard CD mailer. For non-UK deliveries; the standard posting method is Airmail. Please be aware that Airmail delivery times can vary greatly even within the same country, there is not a standard time and please do not expect your item to arrive within a few days – it simply will not happen. The “Anticipated Delivery” date is given by eBay , not us, and quite frankly should be totally ignored because it is not a true reflection of the reality. There is an option to have tracked international shipping (it is an option in the postage section of the listing) – tracked delivery is far more secure, it can often be quicker but is relatively expensive; we charge just for the cost of the service plus our additional time in organising it; it is entirely optional whether you make use of that service or not. Satisfaction GuaranteeWe feel certain you will be delighted with your purchase. If however for any reason you have cause for concern then please contact us. We are always happy to resolve any issue to your satisfaction and offer a full no-quibble money-back guarantee. We purchase many different items ourselves on eBay and understand the need for quality customer service. Please note – before contacting us with a query that the disk is intended to be use on a computer only (with suitable PDF reader software, Freely available) – it will not work on a home DVD player connected to your TV. The disk does not contain audio or video files; it is a data disk with  PDFs on it   
DELIVERY time-scale  – Note to All Non-UK Buyers In 99.9% of cases we will post your international purchase to you within one Business day but after that we have absolutely no control over the speed, efficiency or effectiveness  of the particular delivery service that you have selected.
So please be aware of the following:
1. Anticipated delivery is set by eBay (not us) and should be ignored.

2. There is no set time for when your Airmail item will arrive. It may be 2 weeks, it may be 4 weeks (yes items can often take that long to be delivered); but almost certainly it will not be 5 days.

3. Standard Airmail delivery WILL NOT INCLUDE TRACKING that service is available for an extra charge. Tracking will make  the delivery more secure but does not necessarily speed up the delivery time (we charge extra for tracking simply because that is what Royal Mail charge us).
Please form your expectations on the basis of the points raised above the same points apply for all sellers though they may not openly say it; but we prefer to create a realistic expectation and as a result have a harmonious relationship rather  than tell you it will arrive in 4 days and then have to deal with the fallout from that when it doesnt happen.For any queries please feel free to send us a message using the eBay message system.

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