Allen Organs


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 Chapel280x88 Chapel™ series instruments make it possible for home organ customers and churches with
limited budgets to enjoy the legendary sound that has made Allen the world’s most preferred organ.
 Bravura280x117 BRAVURA™ Organs prove that you can have lavish styling and rich sound without high prices to match.
BRAVURA is designed to satisfy everyone in your congregation — both economically and aesthetically.




Quantum™ Custom Organs are designed to the specific tastes and preferences of each customer.
Quantum customers choose from a variety of stop lists, console styles, keyboard finishes, drawknob treatments, and much more to create a unique instrument that is
both a musical and visual work of art.

Theatre Organs



Acclaimed for their accuracy in reproducing the authentic sound of the theatre pipe organ,
Allen Theatre Organs have been designed by legendary artists Dwight Beacham, Lyn Larson and Walt Strony. Combining these artistic skills with Allen’s advanced technology
has resulted in instruments of unsurpassed beauty!

The Allen Advantage

Quality Construction – Every Allen organ is a work of art that’s built to last, created by skilled craftsmen using the finest materials and construction techniques. Plus, Allen builds its own electronics and components to make quality affordable and ensure long-term parts availability.

The Choice of Professionals – Allen is the instrument of choice for professional organists throughout the world! More than 70,000 installations in over 70 countries on all 7 continents point to this preference!

Unique Features – From multiple stoplists, to advanced MIDI capabilities and note-by-note voicing, every Allen has versatility to meet the demands and expectations of today’s musicians and their varied musical programs.

Dependability & Service – Allen organs are the world’s most reliable. And, when required, Allen provides incomparable service through local dealers supported by factory service experts.


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