Allan Brewster's Modified Hammond X77

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Allan Brewster's Modified Hammond X77

Postby Mike Bracchi » 05 Mar 2013 09:43

I hope you enjoy the sounds of Allan's Hammond X77 as much as I did :D

Misty performed by Allan Brewster on his Hammond X77


Original composition on an X77 I modified in the 70's to sound the way I wanted a Hammond to sound. Bought the instrument new so it may be the 2nd last one-owner X77 left playing.



An improvisation on an original composition demonstrating the unique harmonic power of my modified X77. I don't think the Hammond engineers ever understood the potential of this instrument, but simply crippled it down to the lowest common denominator to make it far easier to play.

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Re: Allan Brewster's Modified Hammond X77

Postby Eddie Smart » 06 Mar 2013 14:52

Just listened to the second video with his original Cant We and I reelly enjoyed the sound he got from his hammond x77,very nice player mike thank you for posting the videos.

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