Company is inclined to build in the American Classical tonal
principal. We feel it yields an eclectic instrument that is
flexible, as a worship organ should be. We also believe in
building affordable organs with
using both mechanical and electric action.
Rodney E. Levsen, President of the
company, has a deep interest in preserving valuable, historic
organs. He is a
longtime member of the Organ Historical Society,
the International Society of Organ Builders and has been a
member of the AGO since 1965. Along with this he is
also a member of the American Institute of Organ Builders (AIO).
The care of our organs after they
are built is important to us. In addition to all of our own
organs, we tune and service
more than 150 organs in the Upper
Midwest. The company is innovative and has created tooling and
software that has
been accepted and used by other organ builders
both domestic and foreign.