Have a used Hammond Organ or Leslie Speaker?

If you wish to sell or trade-in, let us know! We accept trade-ins and they could even be used as part of a down payment towards one of our fully restored Hammond's with Leslie's. Email any pictures to b3buyer@aol.com and include any of the following information:
  • Organ model type, if known
  • Model of the speaker cabinet (this information can be found on the back of the cabinet)
  • City and state (to help calculate shipping costs)

  • *If you call before sending pictures, you will be asked to send them afterword. Save a step and send them before*

  • Please note, trade-ins are not limited to only organs and speakers. If you are looking to part with an item of value, let us know. We have accepted grand pianos, keyboards, a motorcycle and even a car! Let's be creative together and make deal.

All our organs are restored by:

  • Blowing out the interior
  • Lubing the vibrato knob
  • Replacing the start switch
  • Replacing and upgrading both internal and external A/C inputs with both grounded and fused connection
  • Testing and replacing key combs, as necessary
  • Testing, lubing and repairing the generator, as necessary
  • Lubing the start motor bearing
  • Replacing the up felts on keyboards for a like-new feel
  • Removing any factory installed foam from keyboards. Most important to certify “foam free”
  • Rebuilding the pre-amp
  • Rebuilding the rev-amp for an A-100
  • Testing and cleaning of drawbars and replacing worn parts, as necessary
  • Inspection of expression rods for cracks and replacing with new rods, as necessary
  • Checking expression pedal’s range of motion
  • Setting amplitude of pre-amp
  • Installing new tubes, as necessary and providing a good used set of tubes as spares
  • Replacing worn pedal felts
  • Spraying tube sockets
  • Adjusting tone control to max treble
  • Installing speaker cutoff switch for an A-100
  • Installing a KEI 8K interface, as necessary
  • Cleaning brass
  • Replacing lock keys, as necessary
  • Cleaning bass pedals
  • Regulating bass pedals
  • Polishing cabinet
  • Cleaning keys

All our Leslie speakers are restored by:

  • Rebuilding the amplifiers
  • Rebuilding the Leslie motors
  • Adding a new 15” Jensen woofer
  • Re-coning the original tweeter
  • Replacing old bearing and grommets with new, as necessary
  • Replacing the pulley with new, as necessary
  • Replacing the belts with new, as necessary