Our small organ manufactory has been developing and manufacturing assemblies for Hammond organs and clones in a small town near Hannover for more than 10 years. If the name KeyboardPartner sounds familiar: From 1983 on KeyboardPartner was located in Braunschweig and sold synthesizers and keyboards in a retail store. A little later a workshop and an own studio extended the offer.
Since the closure of the store in 1989, the former technician Carsten Meyer continues the name - in the form of this online store for self-developed and produced accessories for organs and other musical instruments.
Many of our products are manufactured in favor of an economical stock-keeping only when the order is received; as a rule, you should receive such products within 7 to 10 days. Especially for items that are specially programmed, modified or configured for you, the delivery time may be two weeks or more; please take this into account when scheduling your order.
Our offer is addressed to technically interested persons, technicians and manufacturers of electronic musical instruments, who are able to assemble, test and commission devices, if necessary in compliance with the applicable VDE regulations and EC directives.
Our circuit boards, assemblies and modules do not represent complete, operational devices in the sense of Directive 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment, but are intended for the repair and completion of historical musical instruments or for the customer's own construction of a musical instrument in the sense of a reproduction spare part or kit component for final assembly by the customer.
When restoring and repairing existing electronic devices that were placed on the market before July 1, 2006, components and assemblies may be used that do not comply with Directive 2002/95/EC (RoHS) (exception according to EC Directive 2002/95/EC Article 2 Para. 3). A labeling obligation according to ElektroG does not apply here. Repair work on the above-mentioned instruments may therefore continue to be carried out with leaded solder, which we also strongly recommend for historical instruments.