The Hammond SK2 has every feature the SK1 has, plus a second 61 note keyboard for added convenience. >More
Take a look at the smallest and lightest Genuine Hammond Organ. There was a time when the roaring sound of a genuine Hammond B3 Organ and Leslie Speaker required a moving van with burly movers, and room enough on stage to stand 4 regular musicians. Those days are truly now behind. >More
The Hammond SK1 is the first "Ultra-Portable" organ in its history, weighing in at just 15 pounds, and the first Hammond portable to feature a wide range of Extra Voices. >More
Hammond has the answer in the 88-note Fatar keyboard onboard the SK1-88, which is light enough for an organist's comfort, yet has the heft to satisfy any piano player. The SL1-88 automatically adjusts the "depth" of key contact making all playing comfortable. The keys are also shaped to allow traditional Hammond moves like sweep and glissando. Now the pianist who always wanted to play a Hammond can do so in comfort -- and vice-versa for the organist. >More
The Hammond SK1-73's 73 note Fatar keyboard provides the proper breathing room for a modern keyboardist, while retaining the superior feel, light weight and small footprint of the 61-note model. >More
The Hammond XK3C is simply the best Hammond Pro-Series organ ever designed. Deep, rich choral layers are created by the enhanced VASE III sound generator that controls a full compliment of 96 digital tone wheels, each one individually adjustable by two sets of 9 harmonic drawbars, and your favorite settings are easily recalled by 12 reverse color preset keys. The Hammond XK3C puts you in command of a dual tube vacuum tube preamp that powers your solos way out front with more expression than ever before. >More
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