Polymoog And Seeburg Select A Rhythm

January 3, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Just in case you did not know; Seeburg was an American design and manufacturing company of automated musical equipment, such as orchestrions, jukeboxes, and vending equipment. Automated musical equipment, such as coin-operated phonographs and orchestrions, were manufactured under the JP Seeburg and Company name for most of its early years. Until 1956, the company was family-owned. The company was founded by Justus Sj√∂berg from Gothenburg, Sweden. He moved to the US after graduating from Chalmers and used an Americanized spelling of his name for the company. In the late 1940s, Seeburg manufactured its popular and distinctive “trashcan-shaped” series of jukeboxes

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