Paul Roberts at
Bideford Keyboard and Orga...
Michael Wooldridge at
Worthing - The Assembly Ha...
Andrew Varley at
Ashford Organ Club (Middle...
You may have already noticed that we had a slight teething problem with the new forum software! Many users may have experienced a \"permission denied\" message when trying to log in.
We have hopefully fixed this and everything should be working smoothly. If however you experience any further problems, please do get in touch!
We're excited to announce that we have a brand new forum! This is the ideal place for you to discuss the latest news, list things to buy and sell in our classified section and generally communicate with other like minded people.
If you had previously posted in our old forum, there is good news - your post has been copied across and you DON'T need to register again! Just sign in with your username and password and you're good to go.<... Read more.
We're making changes to our community forums!
Regular visitors to the OrganFax site will have noticed the increased levels of automated spam being posted in our forums. Firstly we would like to appologise for any confusion or inconvienience this may have caused. Secondly we are delighted to announce that in the next few days we will be implementing a brand new forum which promises to not only be fun and easy to use, but is also significantly more secure.
While the change over is taking place the previous system has been taken offline but check back soon for updates!
It was in 1973 that a stalwart few decided to get together to share their enthusiasm for the electronic organ. Little did they expect that in 2013 Bolton & District Electronic Organ Society would still be enjoying the pleasures of their enterprising adventure 40 years on! Read their story and ideas for the future.
We would like to welcome Alan Saunders who runs Broken Chords to our service directory page. Alan worked for 26 years as service engineer for Edinburgh Organ Studio. He now runs his own business, Broken Chords. As well as carrying out work on behalf of Yamaha, Casio & Roland, he also does work for customers of Key Player (formerly Edinburgh Organ Studio) on a variety of instruments. You may also be interested to know of their online shop and Piano lessons, both of which can be found on their website
We wish to announce that there will be no OrganFax Radio this month due to increased work commitments and the festive holiday. Please check back to the OrganFax Radio site on February 1st for updates.