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Henry Pilcher's Sons opus 943 in progress. The organ is being completely rebuilt with all new wind chests built by Barger & Nix Organs in our shop. Even though these pipes were made in 1917, they have been cleaned and look like new.


Organ chamber at the Barger residence in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Included are new pipes from A.R. Shopp's Sons, Inc.


Chuck and Tony hoist a finished windchest in preparation to loading it for delivery.


Releathering pouch boards from an electro-pneumatic windchest.



New console for Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church installed by Barger & Nix Organs. Console is equipped with Solid State Organ Systems Intellikey and 300 level combination systems.


Newly manufactured chest and pipes which we built for First United Methodist Church, Sweetwater, Tennessee.



Choir Organ, St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, Anniston, Alabama. These pipes are 115 years old.


Bill tunes the 32-foot Pedal Bombarde at St. Michael's.



St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church, Ooltewah, Tennessee. This was originally a Moller house-organ. Barger & Nix Organs have added three ranks of pipes and rebuilt the console with Solid State Organ Systems' equipment. This organ is a particularly good example of what can be done in a small room with a modest instrument.



Rebuilt Moller organ in Otey Memorial Episcopal Church, Sewanee, Tennessee. This organ was moved to the new gallery prepared for it in the rear of the church.