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  • Groove machineGroove machine

    Hammond M102Published on 08/15/05 at 01:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    One of the last tone wheel organ cabinet. MODEL 2-piece (keyboards + + pdalier gnrateur and amplification, re-read per strand). 2 percussion and vibrato / chorus. Rverb spring.

    UTILIZATION

    To connect an absolutely leslie (not Original Release drivation easy but since the rverb)

    SOUNDS

    Its close to the B3. Lack coupling infrieur keyboard-pdalier but will tinker.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Beautiful, practical, sounds good and cheap. In short a good quality-price.
  • lionel Llionel L

    Hammond M102Published on 06/04/06 at 06:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Trs beautiful Spinet
    Keyboard 2 times 44 ratings

    UTILIZATION

    It is a tone wheel organ

    SOUNDS

    The sound is magmifique
    When we taste the real tone wheel sound, you can not do without
    Excellent vibrato scanner

    OVERALL OPINION

    For those who want a real hammond tone wheel
    without breaking the bank too

    http://membres.heberg-forum.net/rouesphoniques/
  • Anonymous

    Hammond M102Published on 12/09/07 at 09:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It really is a small B with the same percussion and vibrato scanner the same

    UTILIZATION

    We can use simpler!

    SOUNDS

    I repeat: for much less a little less heavy and B3 with a built-in amp and more!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Value for money / sound great. IT IS no other model with a sound as close to that of the mythical "B3"
  • Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

    Hammond M102Published on 12/15/08 at 12:20
    (Originally written by fonck/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
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    Nice organ that sounds like its big brother B3 with its scanner vibrato and tone wheels.

    You get the real Hammond sound. I don't have a Leslie but I plan to buy one.

    The sound is not comparable to the one of new emulations... It's authentic!

    This model was produced between '61 and '67 and Hammond sold more M-Series instruments in one year than all other Hammond models together!!

    It's true, you must learn to play the bass with your feet and get a real organist playing feel. But it's a delight to play it. I've tested several B3s and the sound has nothing to envy them!

    It's a real pleasure!…
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    (Originally written by fonck/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    ( https://imageshack.us )

    Nice organ that sounds like its big brother B3 with its scanner vibrato and tone wheels.

    You get the real Hammond sound. I don't have a Leslie but I plan to buy one.

    The sound is not comparable to the one of new emulations... It's authentic!

    This model was produced between '61 and '67 and Hammond sold more M-Series instruments in one year than all other Hammond models together!!

    It's true, you must learn to play the bass with your feet and get a real organist playing feel. But it's a delight to play it. I've tested several B3s and the sound has nothing to envy them!

    It's a real pleasure!

    UTILIZATION

    Easy configuration.

    Easy sound.

    You won't need the user's manual!

    SOUNDS

    Real vintage Hammond sound (I don't like their new products).

    OVERALL OPINION

    For sure!
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