When I brought the parts home from the Phoenix factory, I tried fitting them into the hollowed-out Conn console.

 

 

They fit – barely – but the touchscreens were at an impossible angle. Eventually I decided that I would have to remove the top of the Conn organ and keep only the base and the pedals.

 

 

I built a separate, wider support table for the keyboard stack and touchscreens, and played around with the angle of the touchscreens until I got it just right.

 

 

I downloaded the AGO console specifications from the AGO website, and measured absolutely everything to be sure that my console was AGO standard. My brother-inlaw, a professional cabinetmaker, helped me complete the woodwork for the top half of the console.

 

 

Ultimately it is a somewhat unusual console, but it is in a way similar to the French terraced style of console, very low and horizontal.