HAMMOND ACCOMPLISHMENTS

 1934 - 1949  1950 - 1969  1970 - 1989  1980 - 1989  1990 - 2000  2001 -


 1990

SX/CX2500 Spinet and Console introduced

SX/CX2500'E introduced (upgrades available for 2000, to either 2500/2500e spec) 

 

 1991

New institutional models 725 and 825

The 
XB-2 arrives! features a single 61 note manual (with split point), one set of drawbars, digital Leslie and vibrato version two features the most comprehensive MIDI capabilities to date.

 

 1992

EX700 and 1000 deleted, EX800E introduced

US2000E (as EX2000E but imported from the states, high quality American Walnut Cabinet)

EX2000B (revised retro look B type cabinet, with E software)

 

 1993

The XB5 (using XB2 technology) is released, two 61 note manuals, optional 13 or 25 note pedalboards, an extremely light weight prtable in a 'B type' cabinet

 

 1994

Hammond XB-3 released, a complete digital 'B3' with real valve overdrive  5 sets of drawbars two 61 note manuals, authentic waterfall keys, reverse colour preset keys etc)

Sound-module GM-1000 (half rack, fits inside the XB-3)

 

 1995

XC-3 released for the American market, a C3 cabinet version of the XB3

The EX-800E is presented.

 

 1996

Hammond  926; new institutional model with floppy disk drive and church register sample in CD-quality.

The XB-2 version 2.0
released, Hammond most comprehensive product software upgrade ever.

SX/CX3000E introduced with major cabinet revision (Upgrades available for all 2000 and 2500 models to the new 3000 specification)

 

 1997

The long awaited XM-1 sound module and XM-c1 drawbar controller are released

 

 1998

Hammond's new professional-organ-keyboard XB-1 is released

XT-100 and the console model XH-200.

New Leslie; model
914 with 5 amplifiers and 9 loudspeakers.

 

 1999

Special edition spinet XH-200SP

XK-2
is released

 

 

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