Drawing from the beloved Hammond B-3, the Hammond SK1-73 is a 73-key combo organ that weighs less than 16 pounds. Want to take your B-3 on the road with you? No problem with the SK1-73. Its key action lies somewhere between waterfall organ keys and weighted piano keys, giving it appeal to both piano and organ players alike. The SK1-73 models tons of organ and electric piano sounds, as well as synths, wind instruments, tuned percussion, and more, so you know it's not just a one-trick pony. EQ and effects like overdrive, chorus, and Leslie emulation give you the power to shape your sound, and the Hammond SK1-73 comes with real mechanical drawbars for organ purists.

Product Specs

  • SK1-73
  • Black
  • 2010s
Number of Keys
  • 73 Keys

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Reviews for the Hammond SK1-73
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  • Verified Purchase

    I love this Hammond SK1 73 better than my 2000 XK2 that has a terrible Lesley simulator. Go to http://hammondorganco.com/support/downloads/custom-setups/ and download the "1954 B2 Tonewheel Setup" to a USB memory card and load it in you organ. Jim Alfredson has a tutorial on You Tube on how to do t…

  • Almost perfect

    Verified Purchase

    All the sounds this organ makes are dead on. I love it, but Eb4 and Bb6 seem to be super sensitive with touch. When using a flute, violin, Rhodes, etc, those notes seem to pierce through much louder than any other. Also I received an sk1 61. Not the 73.

  • Fantastic!

    Verified Purchase

    I've been a Hammond B-3 owner for decades. This sound perfect!. The pianos are good and the Clavs are the best (I also own a Hohner D-6). The only thing I don't understand is that the split keyboard feature requires a n organ sound. IE, you can't have a bass patch on the bottom and a piano on top. …