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Builds upon the already-legendary sound and performance of the new B-3!
It goes without saying that Hammond is worthy of their nickname of the "King of Instruments." For over 75 years Hammond has been crafting Organs with unparalleled craftsmanship. Iconic across genres and generations, the Hammond organ is an absolute staple in the music world and continues to be sought after everywhere from churches to rock clubs.
Even if you're not familiar with the Hammond organ, you know doubt know the sound. Hammonds were made popular in such songs as "No Woman, No Cry" by Bob Marley and the Wailers, "Green Onions" by Booker T. and the MGs, "A Whiter Shade of Pale" by Procol Harum, "Gimmie Some Lovin'" by the Spencer Davis Group, and "So What'cha Want?" by the Beastie Boys. Bands such as Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Yes, the Stranglers, and the Allman Brothers also made use of Hammond organs, cementing a legacy that you'll know doubt love building on.
The only question you need to ask is which Hammond organ is right for you? No doubt that is a matter of personal preference, but whatever your needs, you're sure to find the perfect match right here. One top notch option is the XK-3c Drawbar Organ. This organ takes the sound of the legendary Hammond B-3 and builds on it while keeping its core sound safely intact. This portable keyboard features 96-digital tone wheels for unbelievable customization options. With the power and the versatility you crave, this may just be the organ of your dreams, come to life.
Another great option, especially for a regularly gigging performer, is the XK-1C Portable Organ. This compact and lightweight organ roars like B-3, but at a fraction of the size. Fully customizable, this legendary organ is going to change the game completely when it comes to your performances.
Hammond is the definitive name when it comes to organs. With the experience and the know how to make their instruments absolutely breathtaking, no serious organist should be without a Hammond.