Phoenix has 15 ranks, 14 stops, making it a sophisticated solution for small to medium-sized worship and recital spaces. The Phoenix offers more stops and ranks than the Richmond. It also contains a fully-enclosed, functional swell division under expression. The Phoenix offers more flexibility in limited space with multiple configurations of the Subbass pipes, allowing them to be placed either behind or on both sides of the organ. The Principal 8 in the principal chorus offers a strong foundation. The Sesquialtera supplies brilliant color, while the strings in the swell allow for quiet interludes, and the reeds breathe life into the ensemble. All these elements combine to make this one of the most versatile and economical instruments available today.
The Phoenix fits easily under 10’5” ceilings, and has a footprint of 4’ 3” deep by 6’ 8” wide. Those choosing to mount the subbass pipes behind the organ case, should allow 16” for the pipes with an additional 24” for the walkboard. Those choosing to mount the subbass on the sides, should allow 24” in the rear for the walkboard and 12” on each side, to accommodate the subbass.
Voix céleste 8
Cromorne Bass 8
Trumpet Treble 8