Jack Moelmann has a Rodgers Theatre Organ model 340 “Century” custom with 3 manuals, 8 ranks of pipes, 15 ranks of electronic voices and many, many wonderful and unique “toys”. Just seeing and hearing everything that this organ can do is enough to provide entertainment for hours.
Jack’s instrument has 17 tuned percussions, various whistles and train horns, as well as bells, car horns, wind chimes, drums, duck calls, and even 12 dancing ducks.
Jack also has an Allen “Historique” Classical/Theatre organ that he recently acquired.
Crash Gong, Sizzle Cymbal Tap, Sizzle Cymbal Brush, Band Cymbal Brush, Snare Drum Roll, Tom Tom, Sleigh Bells, Triangle, Finger Cymbal, Snare Drum Brush, Bongo-1, Bongo-2, Maracas, Clave, Horse Hoofs, Bird Whistle, Cow Bell, Hi-Hat Cymbal, 2-Tambourines, Castanets, Wood Block, Band Cymbal Tap
Bass Drum, Tympani Roll, Kettle Drum, Crash Cymbal, Sizzle Cymbal Tap, Sizzle Cymbal Brush, Snare Drum Roll, Snare Drum Brush, Crash Gong, Triangle, Bongo-1, Bongo-2, Maracas, Tambourines, Castanets, Cow Bell, Cymbal Roll and Tap, Hi-Hat Cymbal, Band Cymbal Brush, Band Cymbal Tap
Duck Call 1, Train, Duck Call 2, Horn, Whistle, Train 1, High Train, Train 2, Low Train, Diesel Horn, Bell, Slide Whistle, Auto Horn, Diesel Horn, Fire Bell, Doorbell, 5-Tone Horn, 3–Tone Horn, Wind Chimes, Canary Bird
132 speakers (2” to 30”) in 28 cabinets, 18-1/2 miles of wire,
MIDI, 3-blowers (2-pressure, 1-vacuum), 16 audio channels, 6-reverb channels
Allen Historique 2-manual organ with 2 virtual theatre pipe organs attached
The Famous Dancing Ducks