Allens Music Centre
Market Gates Shopping Centre, Great Yarmouth,
Norfolk, NR30 2AX, United Kingdom.
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Your Lowrey Organ
Your Lowrey journey begins with a purchase of a new or pre-owned instrument, and sometimes that can sound rather daunting. You will naturally have concerns that your new purchase may be too complicated for you to operate or that it may not be able to get the best from it. These are natural concerns however the Allens team is here to help.
On this page you will find special hints and tips for your Lowrey organ, and special bonus material for our Lowrey family. These are updated on a regular basis and will grow into a wealth of information to enhance your music.
Video Hints & Tips
May 2013 Hints & Tips
Re-naming Your Own Presets
On an SU / A Series model with a touch screen (and the Holiday Classic A300) there is a way to give the presets buttons you memorise you own unqiue name, so they are easier to recognise as you play!
To do this firstly memorise a selection of presets for your song or medley. These will be saved in the normal way using the Memorise button and the Banks i.e. A1, A2 etc.
On the Holiday Classic A300 screen you will see the Preset Name and on the touch screen models you will need to press either Custom 2 or Custom 4. The other way to bring this information up is to hold the Feature button and press a preset number. You will then see the presets on the screen.
Sometimes the presets will be labelled ‘Customised’ – indicating that you have changed the preset from its original state.
To re-name the button to something more useful, access the feature menu and scroll round until you see the option RENAME BANK PRESET. Select this and you can then choose the Bank & Preset numbers you want to rename. Simply then use the Letter, Number, Space and left/right controls to rename the button.
Once done remember to save you work to the USB/Floppy drive.Remember any questions feel free to email me email@example.com
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