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  • Petit JoueurPetit Joueur

    Hammond C3Published on 09/12/05 at 13:23
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    2 61-key keyboards, tone wheel and lamps. great pdalier 25 notes.

    It is a B-3, The Hammond organ, in a cabinet diffrent (more typical "church").

    UTILIZATION

    Ideal!

    SOUNDS

    The C-3 is identical to B-3. So the sound of the B-3, B-3 CHARACTERISTICS, what better?

    OVERALL OPINION

    Top. For 60% of a B-3. Is it worth to look any further?
  • phigarophigaro

    hammond and leslie

    Hammond C3Published on 05/22/11 at 02:33
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    I had 10 years in 1960 and I played on the b3 (already) from my neighbor and I hated
    all sounds, vibrato, the tone wheel in his days, I did not understand that it sounded old! and then to the coming 65-66 years leslie while
    Exchange then share the grand Doppler spellbinding, all the sounds of the hammond magnified, hence to say that I prefer the hammond, it would be an exaggeration but the leslie!! and then comes Keith Emerson doing with her instrument
    breaking the hum of jazz organists, since I have a reverence for the hammond b3 c3 or, I has 2 a C3 and a Rarity M100 white, reduction in the b3 I used to do scène.et what a beautiful piece of furniture! C3 or B3 I regret
    often.
    phi…
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    I had 10 years in 1960 and I played on the b3 (already) from my neighbor and I hated
    all sounds, vibrato, the tone wheel in his days, I did not understand that it sounded old! and then to the coming 65-66 years leslie while
    Exchange then share the grand Doppler spellbinding, all the sounds of the hammond magnified, hence to say that I prefer the hammond, it would be an exaggeration but the leslie!! and then comes Keith Emerson doing with her instrument
    breaking the hum of jazz organists, since I have a reverence for the hammond b3 c3 or, I has 2 a C3 and a Rarity M100 white, reduction in the b3 I used to do scène.et what a beautiful piece of furniture! C3 or B3 I regret
    often.
    phigaro

    UTILIZATION

    yes

    SOUNDS

    with a yes and leslie slow position

    OVERALL OPINION

    Blessed is he who possesses a B3 with Leslie
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  • benbar81benbar81

    A WONDER!

    Hammond C3Published on 02/10/11 at 13:46
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    Hammond C3 organ, the same characteristic as the legendary B3 in a cabinet designed for churches.
    One can see that among other organ concerts on the videos of Deep Purple, Jon Lord is always one.

    UTILIZATION

    Same as the B3.

    SOUNDS

    The real and unmistakable Hammond sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I play it for 8 years and each time the foot!
  • moosersmoosers

    Hammond C3Published on 07/08/09 at 22:59
    The Hammond C3 is a dual keyboard analog organ that is quite similar to the classic B3 organ.  It is a fully polyphonic organ and also has bass pedals and draw bars as you would expect with an organ.



    UTILIZATION

    The make up of the Hammond C3 organ is pretty standard for an organ as Hammond has dictated what the industry standard has become, so if you have any experience with organs you shouldn't have any trouble understanding what everything does.  In addition to the standard draw bars, the organ also has effects like reverb and vibrato and has controller for use with a Leslie cabinet if you have the luxury.  Since this is an old instrument I've never seen the manual so I can't s…
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    The Hammond C3 is a dual keyboard analog organ that is quite similar to the classic B3 organ.  It is a fully polyphonic organ and also has bass pedals and draw bars as you would expect with an organ.



    UTILIZATION

    The make up of the Hammond C3 organ is pretty standard for an organ as Hammond has dictated what the industry standard has become, so if you have any experience with organs you shouldn't have any trouble understanding what everything does.  In addition to the standard draw bars, the organ also has effects like reverb and vibrato and has controller for use with a Leslie cabinet if you have the luxury.  Since this is an old instrument I've never seen the manual so I can't say how well put together it is.


    SOUNDS

    Besides the legendary Hammond B3 organ, the C3 is just about as good as any organ out there.  While it doesn't sound quite as good as the B3, it still has a great sound and I would imagine that most wouldn't even be able to tell the difference between the two.  The organ is quite easy to play and feel good on the fingers, making the sounds really come to life while you are playing it.  The effects are really good too, but this guy makes its money with its traditional organ sounds, presets and draw bars as these features are absolutely stellar.



    OVERALL OPINION

    I first used the Hammond C3 organ a few years ago and while I used the B3 first, I find that the C3 is a great substitute if you can't get your hands on the elusive B3.  The price is a lot cheaper even though it still isn't cheap and it really does have a comparable sound quality.  If you are looking for a great sounding organ and can't pony up for the B3, the Hammond C3 is a great option.
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