The organ has 14 divisions
36 regulators furnish steady wind pressure from five to twenty-seven inches
Electro-pneumatic throughout, requiring seven blowers totaling 168 horsepower
All usuals couplers in 16', 8', 4'
All Pedal couplers in 8' and 4'
Expression controlled by swell shoes or thumbslides under the manuals
46 general pistons
Tutti F, Tutti FF, Tutti FFF
Inter-Manual Couplers Neutral
Auto-Manual Couplers Neutral
Expression Couplers Neutral
Expression Couplers on Manuals Sliders
Couplers Silent 16'
Stops Silent 16'
Couplers Silent 4'
Manual Mixtures Silent
High Pressure Reeds Silent
Tremolos on Crescendo
Pulsations of the tremulants, two for each division, are controllable in ten stages by means of tremolo pulsation levers to the right and left of the music rack on the console. This device was invented and patented in the Wanamaker Organ Shop. It enables the organist to adjust the speed of an individual tremolo or of all the tremolos to suit the performer's taste.
Notes on layout