Vintage Hammond Church Organs - Hammond Keyboards NEW! SK1-73

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Hammond Keyboards NEW! SK1-73

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Factory Info on the SK1-73

The 61-note keyboard became the de facto standard for electric keyboards through its use on the first widely available electric keyboard instrument, the HAMMOND ORGAN, but the demands on today’s players require a greater scope. A keyboardist today may jump from B-3 to Electric Piano to Clav in the same song, and if based in the Piano tradition, may find a 61 note keyboard limiting. The Sk1-73s 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. The Sk1-88 also 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 Hammond can do so in comfort, and vice-versa for the Organist. WE HAVE SPECIAL PRICING WE CAN'T ADVERTISE. Email us

This organ is SOLD but we have others
Our Home Page lists the Available Inventory

This organ found a home in Mexico Most instruments over $6000 are available for inspection on our Inspection plan anywhere in 48 states. We Bring you -2- Organs, you pick the one you want after you play/hear it in your own environment.*

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