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PO Box 838
Lithonia GA 30058
First Presbyterian Church of Savannah, Georgia
8’ Gemshorn Celeste
4' Koppel Flute
1 1/3’ Larigot
III Scharf 2/3’
16’ Tromba Heroique (Non-Coupling)
8’ Tromba Heroique (Non-Coupling)
4’ Tromba Heroique (Non-Coupling)
Choir to Choir 16’
Choir Unison Off
Choir to Choir 4’
Antiphonal (6 stops prepared for in console)
4 drawknobs in Choir, 2 in Pedal
Pedal (two blank antiphonal stop preparations provided)
Inter-Manual Couplers |
Great to Pedal 8’, 4’
Swell to Pedal 8’, 4’
Choir to Pedal 8’, 4’
Antiphonal to Pedal 8’
Swell to Great 16', 8', 4'
Choir to Great 16', 8', 4'
Antiphonal to great 8’
Swell to Choir 16', 8', 4
Antiphonal to Choir 8’
Antiphonal to Swell 8’
MIDI Controls (with record/playback)
MIDI to Great
MIDI to Great
MIDI to Swell
MIDI to Choir
Combination System with a minimum of 128 Levels Of Memory
1,2,3,4,5,6 Pistons Affecting Great - Thumb
1,2,3,4,5,6 Pistons Affecting Swell - Thumb
1,2,3,4,5,6 Pistons Affecting Choir - Thumb
1,2,3,4,5,6 Pistons Affecting Pedal - Toe
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 General Pistons - Thumb
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 General Pistons - Toe
Great To Pedal - Thumb And Toe
Swell To Pedal - Thumb And Toe
Choir To Pedal - Thumb And Toe
Swell to Great - Thumb
Choir to Great - Thumb And Toe
Swell to Choir - Thumb
32’ Violone - Thumb (reversible)
32’ Bourdon - Thumb
32’ Contra Trombone - Thumb and Toe (reversible)
Sforzando - Thumb and Toe (programmable)
Crescendo Pedal (programmable)
Set Piston - Thumb
General Cancel - Thumb
Click here for pdf reprint of cover story from the April 2006 issue of The Diapason featuring the new 3-manual, 47-rank Schlueter pipe organ installed at First Presbyterian Church in Savannah, Georgia.
The concept drawing by artist Jennifer Anderson.
Console in production prior to initial finishing.
New pipes constructed at A E Schlueter Pipe Organ Company undergoing initial voicing.
Rob Black and helper build the basses of the 16' Pedal Bourdon.
Rob planes a new pipe.
Our new 3-D CNC produces end caps for pipe racks.
The assembly of the organ begins in the erecting room.
Kelvin Cheatham finishes lumber for framing and chest supports.
The new drawknobs are inspected and prepared for installation.
More wood pipes await voicing.
The finished organ towers above the erecting room.
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