After 2016's successful Summerfest event in Ascot, Wersi Direct are pleased to announce the next show will move to a bigger venue for 2017 (Saturday 20th May). The Jennetts Park community centre boasts excellent facilities as well as a large car park. The venue is 5 minutes from the M4 junction 10 and 15 minutes from the M3.
Summerfest opens to the public from 3pm and Ben & Charlie will be on hand to man the BBQ between 3 & 5pm. There will be a number of OAX organs on display for visitors to see, play and hear. For existing OAX owners, Brett Wales will be conducting one on o... Read more.
Allens Music Centre, based in Great Yarmouth in the UK, is probably best known for their long term association with the Lowrey organ brand.
In a continuing drive to provide their customers with the best possible choice, Allens have recently been appointed official dealers for the Wersi range of organs.
With many happy Wersi customers already served by Allens, we wish them well in their latest venture.
You can contact Allens Music Centre through their website.
The February Edition of the much listened to Wersi podcast is now available. February's romantic Valentines special is a whole episode dedicated to soppy love songs and romantic tunes.
Hosted by Ben & Charlie from Wersi Direct, the podcast features news, chat, competitions and of course, music from the last 40 years of Wersi Organs. You can listen to the episode here!
Following on from the very successful Xperts On Tour programme last year, Yamaha are now embarking on stage three of the tour, introducing new topics, hints and tips to Yamaha keyboard players and enthusiasts.
Top Yamaha Brand Ambassadors Ian House and Paul Thirkettle will entertain and inform covering a variety of topics for the Yamaha Tyros and S Series keyboards. The topics are designed to help you get the most from your keyboard and to demonstrate how simple and yet versatile these instruments are.
The day will include useful Q&A sessions as well as a hands on area w... Read more.
Orlasoftwareclub.co.uk is a new site that focuses on software for the older instruments in the Orla range. The software itself is FREE, simply download what you want. Chris Randell who runs the new site is hoping to get Orla users to contribute any styles or presets that they have created thus building up a library for all to share. In addition Chris has the intention of creating a video library of Orla users. He tells us that contributors will also be offered their own page on the website.
If you are looking for a new expander and have not checked out the Ketron SD40 arranger module then we strongly advise you take a look. It has a great sound and although a little light on flight deck controls the colour touchscreen display gives just about all the control you need. For those that have already bought one of these brilliant little modules then there is an update available from the Ketron website that brings a few additional goodies to the beastie!