The Wyvern 225 is specifically designed to recreate the sound and character of a small pipe organ, as found in many village churches, and to meet the needs of the smaller church, where a large specification is not required and could well prove counter-productive. The organ is available with stop tabs or full moving action drawstops arranged in conventional manner on angled jambs. The organ is traditional in all respects, with only the Swell under expression.
There is a relatively small specification, yet every stop has been carefully chosen, beautifully voiced and is full of character. For example, a properly developed 8ft Diapason and maybe the 4ft Octave on a pipe organ would normally be ample to accompany the congregation. With some electronic organs, one might have to use several stops to get a less-effective result. Not so here – the emphasis is on quality not quantity and the realism is startling!
5 thumb pistons to Great & Pedal 5 thumb pistons to Swell Thumb piston reversers - Gt/Ped Sw/Ped Sw/Gt Internal Audio: Amplification 2 x 60 watt Speakers: 2 x 12”, 2 x 4”, 2 x tweeter Two 61 note manuals, 32 note pedalboard. Expression Pedal - Swell Setter piston General cancel piston Midi: in/out/thru 6 piston memories Transposer Melodic Bass Reverberation: time & volume. On/off switch. Master volume control. Stereo headphone socket. Stereo recording sockets.
Height 1160mm Width 1450mm Depth 685mm Depth inc. pedalboard 1143mm