Ace Tone GT-7 Electronic Combo Organ

The instrument

The AceTone GT-7 was made by Sakata Shokai in Osaka Japan and launched in 1971. Shortly after Hammond started marketing combo and portable organs made by Sakata Shokai with the Hammond name: X-2, X-5 and B-200. The GT-7 was the larger model of the Ace Tone GT-5, which is identical to the Hammond X-5. About that same time the Ace Tone organs disappeared from the U.S. market. These organs are compatible with Leslie Speakers.


Keyboards: Upper Manual with 44 Keys (F scale), Lower Manual with 44 Keys (F scale); Pedal with 13 Keys (C scale). 
Drawbars: Upper Manual: 16', 5-1/3', 8', 4', 2-2/3', 2', 1-3/5', 1-1/3', 1' (synthesizing sine-wave system with 9 drawbars). Lower  Manual 8', 4', 2-2/3', 2', 1-3/5', 1-1/3', 1' (synthesizing sine-wave system with 7 drawbars); Pedal: 16'/8'.
Presets: Upper Manual: Drawbars and Percussion, Trumpet, Full Tibias, Theatre Brass, Percussion Only. Lower Manual: Drawbars, Ensemble Effects. Pedal: 16'/Pedal/8', String Bass 1, String Bass 2, Mute. 
Percussion: Percussion Forte, 8' Unison, 4' Octave, 2-2/3' Twelfth, 2' Super Octave, 1-3/5' Seventeenth, Slow / Decay / Fast.
Brass Mute: Brass Mute, Slow / Mute / Fast 
Vibrato: Vibrato 1, Vibrato 11, Delay Vibrato, Slow / Delay / Fast 
Reverb: Reverb 1, Reverb 2, Brilliance 
Others: Volume, Reiteration Rate, Pitch, Monitor, Slow / Leslie / Fast. 
Power Switch Terminals EXT. 
Out: Leslie (120, 147 used to), High Out, Low Out, Earphone EXT. 
In: High In, Low in, Pedal Connector, AC Outlet