Known for its iconic organs and jukeboxes, the Rudolph Wurlitzer Company was founded in 1853 by a German immigrant of the same name in Ohio. One of Wurlitzer's oldest organs still resides in the Chicago Theatre in Reverb's hometown. While Wurlitzer manufactured nearly every type of instrument with keys at one point or another - and even stereo electric guitars in the late 1960s - its legacy in the world of modern music today revolves around rock organs and electric pianos such as the Wurlitzer 200A.