Hammond XK-3c Drawbar Organ with Keyboard Amplifier, Stand, Headphones, Bench and Sustain Pedal
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Organ keyboard with accessories.
The Xk-3c is essentially the top manual of a Hammond B- 3, with two sets of Harmonic Drawbar, Chorus-Vibrato, and Touch-Response Percussion. The reverse-key presets function exactly as they do on a B-3, and the traditional waterfall keyboard fits like a glove. The Digital Leslie spins the sound just as you remember, and the entire package weighs only 35 pounds. If you desire, you can take the Xk-3c from its box and go straight to a gig; its that familiar. If youve ever played a B-3, you know how to play the Xk- 3c. Go ahead and mash the drawbars-they look, feel and respond just the way they are supposed to. Yes, there are a few more buttons on the panel than youd find on a B-3, and you can ignore them if you want to. For a more complete description and reviews of the XK-3c, please see #703103.
Included with this package is a Phonic MK50 keyboard amp and a tilt-back amp stand. The MK50 features a 12" custom woofer and tweeter, 2 - 1/4" inputs with level controls, a CD input through stereo RCA connectors, and a headphone and external speaker jack. The keyboard speaker also includes an insert point for adding external effects, a 4-band equalizer, a built-in reverb engine, and a peak LED light. The adjustable cabinet design allows you to place the amp in traditional, vertical, or studio monitor positioning while the steel grille protects the MK50 amp's components no matter what position it's in.
Also included is an assortment of accessories that the Hammond owner will surely appreciate (see features list).
- XK-3c Drawbar Organ
- XK-3C Gig Bag
- MK50 Keyboard Amplifier
- Musician's Gear Large Folding Tiltback Amp Stand
- On-Stage Stands KT7800+ Keyboard Bench
- Standard 1/4" Straight Instrument Cable Black 20 Foot
- Proline Professional Sustain Pedal
- KS7190 Single-braced Stand
- Tascam TH-200X Headphones
Order today to get as close as you can to a digital emulation of a B-3.