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B3 Organs with Leslie Speakers for Sale
Many restoration photographs of the insides of Hammond B3 Tone Wheel Organs.
The Hammond Jazz Inventory
A database-driven website that is dedicated to jazz music in which the (Hammond) organ plays a significant role.
Hammond Organ Center
Service, restoration and sales of vintage Hammond Organs and Leslie Speakers. Also feature TrekII products. Woodlyn, Pennsylvania.
Hammond Organ Zone
UK site with information about virtual museum, current products; downloads, artists' pages.
Many unique photos and facts about Hammond organs; links to many other Hammond sites.
An attempt to catalog all things related to the Hammond organ.
International Archives for the Jazz Organ
Germany-based site for jazz organ players, recordings, and live performances. Links, some content in German.
Murphy, Jerome Stetson
Personal page devoted to Hammond B-3 Organ.
Nooksack River Jammin' on the Hammond Music Festival
Live music from six Northwest bands, all featuring the mighty Hammond (B3) organ. September 11th, 2004.
Playing on electronic organ
Playing the Hammond organ, sheet music in JPEG format, drawbar registrations, chord charts and pictures.
Manufacturers of the B-Free, a lightweight electromechanical tonewheel generator playable from any MIDI keyboard. Models and features, sound samples.
Tonewheel General Hospital
Provides the Hammond age determination list.
Vintage Organs Online
Vintage Hammond organ stores in Atlanta, Georgia, and Houston, Texas. Seller of classic Hammond organs, manuals and parts.
Wikipedia - Hammond Organ
Article covering the background of this instrument.
NPR : 'Too Damn Hot': Lonnie Smith's Hammond B3
NPR's Tony Cox talks with organ master Dr. Lonnie Smith about art of the Hammond B3, his extensive music career and his latest CD, Too Damn Hot. [10:18 streaming audio broadcast] (January 27, 2005)
NPR : A CD Tribute to the Hammond B3 Organ
Noah Adams talks with Jerimaya Grabher, producer of the CD Organized: An All-Star Tribute to the Hammond B-3 Organ. It's a collection of tunes played on various B-3 organs around the country, by 13 musicians. [8:03 streaming audio broadcast] (January 11, 2000)
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