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Offline ma1ne

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Which Hammond?
« on: April 24, 2013, 02:26:21 PM »
Are the older model Hammonds appropriate for a church service? I know the B, C, A, E models are cool, but what about the older older ones? Can you switch the pedals for a full set instead of the one octave and connect it to a good leslie?
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Re: Which Hammond?
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2013, 08:24:24 PM »
Are the older model Hammonds appropriate for a church service? I know the B, C, A, E models are cool, but what about the older older ones? Can you switch the pedals for a full set instead of the one octave and connect it to a good leslie?
Some I think are but Im not sure of the exact models. I have played a few that sound pretty good that arent a,b, or c. Usually it's the Hammonds with drawbars and the keys that hang over. I usually stratch up my knuckles playing the lower keys. :P
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