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Hammond Xm2   Xmc2
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    Hammond sounds unconvincing!

    Hammond Xm2 Xmc2Published on 12/29/13 at 23:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No rack, editable sounds without problems, connectivity thru midi in and out on any MIDI keyboard.
    128 patches all editable.
    Block zippers XMc2 9 drawbars which gives a feeling close to a real Hammond!

    UTILIZATION

    Simple configuration, for who knows how to exploit the language of Shakespeare! the manual is mainly published in English technique!

    SOUNDS

    Lack of warmth in the sound unless you connect the unit on a good vintage amp, or better yet on a Leslie.
    I never found the true sound of a B3! I think the plugs are superior! (VB3, B4II, ect ...)
    No latency on a MIDI keyboard!
    Everything is configurable, Leslie emulation (quite realistic) vibrato, chorus (very …
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    No rack, editable sounds without problems, connectivity thru midi in and out on any MIDI keyboard.
    128 patches all editable.
    Block zippers XMc2 9 drawbars which gives a feeling close to a real Hammond!

    UTILIZATION

    Simple configuration, for who knows how to exploit the language of Shakespeare! the manual is mainly published in English technique!

    SOUNDS

    Lack of warmth in the sound unless you connect the unit on a good vintage amp, or better yet on a Leslie.
    I never found the true sound of a B3! I think the plugs are superior! (VB3, B4II, ect ...)
    No latency on a MIDI keyboard!
    Everything is configurable, Leslie emulation (quite realistic) vibrato, chorus (very average!)
    Successful, provided percussion set well (not always easy!) And highly variable depending on the type of amplification used!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for my leisure, for 4 years!
    Most: reliability, robustness ...
    Least, the dry tone, and lack of heat!
    Expensive product, if you buy it new!
    I do not think I would do this choice, if I undid!
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