Hammond SK1 Stage 61 Keyboard/Organ

Hammond SK1 Stage 61 Keyboard/Organ

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  • massmusiK
    West Allis, WI, United States
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    Hammond SK1 61 Organ
    Used – B-Stock
    Price$1,585
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    West Allis, WI, United States
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    Coralville, IA, United States
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    Price$1,500
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    Coralville, IA, United States
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    Elmira, NY, United States
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    Hammond Sk1 Faux wood sides
    Used – Excellent
    Price$1,800
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    San Jose, CA, United States
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    Hammond Sk1
    Used – Very Good
    Price$1,950
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    San Jose, CA, United States
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Overview

Channeling the legendary sounds of their B3 organ with contemporary design, the Hammond SK1 Stage 61 a full organ section with Real Mechanical Drawbars, VASE III modeling technology, and full cadre of onboard effects for one of the most realistic and portable organ emulators on the market. Easily able to summon the sounds of a Leslie Hammond or 935 Church Organ with unheard-of fidelity, this fifteen-pound heavyweight also packs a six-group Other Voice section and tweakable overdrive, reverb, EQ, and multi-effect unit for crafting entirely new soundscapes beyond the pipes. If you're looking for the best way to bring a 2,000 pound instrument on stage, look no further than the SK1.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • SK1-61
Finish
  • Black
Year
  • 2010s
Categories
Number of Keys
  • 61 Keys

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