The New STUDIO 370

Introducing the NEW Studio 370

 Similar to the long respected Studio 170, the clean lines of the organ’s cabinet give it a modern and fresh look, while its new audio system provides a beautifully clear reproduction of the 37 pipe organ voices.   The Studio 370 is equipped with no fewer than four sample banks, each with unique voices. These enable you to choose between Romantic, Symphonic, Baroque and even Historical recordings. Switch effortlessly between the different styles to create countless combinations.

A Studio 370 Fits Anywhere

The compact Studio 370 organ fits in almost any interior and is ideal for enthusiastic organists. A RACO pedalboard, 37 voices and three manuals enable you to create countless combinations. And the most beautiful combinations can easily be stored in the memory system.



Music enriches our lives. Music is relaxing and releases all sorts of emotions. And it makes people happier. We, at Johannus, build organs. A trade which is deeply rooted in a craftsmanship which goes back for centuries.

Being an organ builder is truly fantastic. We experience that feeling every time we install an organ. As soon as the new organ produces its first sounds, the faces of all those watching light up. This is when the happy emotion comes out; … they have been looking forward to this for months.


No matter what you’re looking for, there’s always an organ that is right for you: affordable and with the quality you have come to expect from Johannus. A Johannus organ enriches your musical life and guarantees years of playing pleasure.


Whether you are looking for a small choir organ or a church organ with enough power to accompany congregational singing, Johannus has the perfect organ for any church or concert setting, with a surprising number of possibilities. When you buy a Johannus organ, you can be sure of a superior quality instrument in your church’s style.

Featured Models in Our Showroom


The church organ that doesn’t compromise. This is the Ecclesia. It began with a desire to create an organ powerful enough to support congregrational singing, and to provide the organist with all the tools necessary to meet any challenge and fulfill any need.