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Les Deutsch's Musical Instrument Collection

In addition to playing many musical instruments, I also own lots of them. I am often asked "How many instruments do you have?" This page is an attempt to finally answer that puzzling question. Of course, I continually add to my collection, mostly by attending the North american Music Merchants (NAMM) trade shows each January in Anaheim, California.

In the table below, I have categorized my collection by family. Clicking on any image will bring up a larger image together with information about the instrument.

 

Organs (my main instruments)


Rodgers 945 Concert Organ


Kawai DX-1800 Entertainment Organ


Custom Theater Organ


Roland

   
 
Other Keyboard Instruments

Kawai KG2 Grand Piano

Kawai Synthesizer 100-F

Kawai K5 Synthesizer (2)

M-Audio ProKeys 88

MIDI Step

Oxygen 8

Roland A-80

EMU Xboard 61

Moog Opus 3 Synthesizer
     
     
 
Brass Instruments

Bach Bb Trumpet

Jinbao Pccolo Trumpet (Bb/A)

Conn Bass Trombone

Jupiter Euphonium

Conn Double-Bell Euphonium

Mirafone CC Tuba

Jinbao Flugelhorn
   
 
Woodwind Instruments

Talent Eb Clarinet


Bundy Flute

Yamaha Alto Saxophone

Artley Piccolo

Piccolo #2

Yamaha Bb Clarinet

Casio Electronic Saxaphone

Slide Organ Pipe

Slide Whistle

Gulf Sopranono Saxophone

Penny Whistle

Penny Whistle

Metal Clarinet (nonworking)

Martin Tenor Saxophone

Kin Star Soprano Saxophone

Turtle Ocarina
   
 
String Instruments

Autoharp

Fender Jazz Bass

Mahala Ukulele

Gibson Tenor Banjo

Gold Tone Banjolele

Jinba Violin
 
Percussion Instruments


Drum Set (mostly Pearl)


Castsnets

Egg Shakers and Mini Cow Bell

Purim Grogger

Tambourine

Wooden Groggers
 
Novelty Instruments

Duck Call

Kazoo

Kazoo

Samba Whistle

Shofrot and Mini Koto