While pipe organs are the undisputed kings of the organ family, their immense size makes them few and far between. When you want the flexibility and power of this instrument anywhere else, an electronic organ is the solution. When attached to a powerful rotary speaker, these organs can rival the smaller of their pipe-based ancestors in power, and they also have the flexibility to be used for rhythm and blues, jazz, rock and reggae music.
To make the organ more portable, most of the models in this section feature a single manual. If you need something that you can pick up and move at a moment's notice, consider the exceptionally compact 61-key Hammond SK1. It captures the essence of the timeless Hammond B-3 in a 15-lb. package you can easily travel with. The SK1 also has excellent samples for playing other instrument voices—even the accordion. For those who want a few more than 61 keys, you can step up to the 73-key model instead to get all the same features with some added range. Read More >