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[[File:Chime_master_keyboard.jpg|400px|thumb|right|2161 Keyboard]]
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Chime Master organ style keyboards provide a familiar playing experience for most musicians. Our keyboards feature either three or five octaves of fully weighted, touch sensitive keys.
 
Chime Master organ style keyboards provide a familiar playing experience for most musicians. Our keyboards feature either three or five octaves of fully weighted, touch sensitive keys.
  
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* American Guild of Organists standard keyboard
 
* American Guild of Organists standard keyboard
 
* Fully touch sensitive for dynamic performance
 
* Fully touch sensitive for dynamic performance
* Sturdy steel chassis with solid wood cheeks
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* Sturdy steel chassis with Oak solid wood cheeks
 
* Compact design is easy to store when not in use
 
* Compact design is easy to store when not in use
 
* Five-year Chime Care warranty
 
* Five-year Chime Care warranty

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2161 Keyboard

Chime Master organ style keyboards provide a familiar playing experience for most musicians. Our keyboards feature either three or five octaves of fully weighted, touch sensitive keys.

  • Model 2161 has 61 (five octaves) semi-weighted keys
  • Model 2137 has 37 (three octaves) semi-weighted keys
  • American Guild of Organists standard keyboard
  • Fully touch sensitive for dynamic performance
  • Sturdy steel chassis with Oak solid wood cheeks
  • Compact design is easy to store when not in use
  • Five-year Chime Care warranty