Richard Bridgeman was the Director of Product Management of Hammond beginning in the mid 1960s. Dick came to the company as the original B-3 organ production was coming to an end. He oversaw the introduction of the new semi-conductor organs. With his warm personality and detailed understanding of the inner workings of the products; Dick became a well respected member of the Hammond team. During our interview, his insight proved to be rather intriguing as he described products, such as the Hammond Condor Product Line, which did not become as successful.
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