Research engineers, Rodgers Jenkins and Fred Tinker, begin to experiment with the idea of an electronic organ using Tektronix circuitry. After their success it was suggested the company build church organs based on this new technology and Rodgers became a company in 1958 in Beaverton, Oregon. In 1988, Rodgers became part of the Roland Corporation and produced Roland’s Atelier home organs as well as the Roland Classic instruments. Today’s line of instruments include the Classic Series, Artist Series, and the Infinity Series with features and options to suit any budget. Whether in your church, studio or home, you cannot consider a finer musical value than a Rodgers organ and you can find all their models at Denton, Cottier & Daniels at our Buffalo and Rochester locations.