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Hammond Clones are instruments, mostly keyboards or software, which emulate the sound of a HammondOrgan. The main advantage of a clone is its portability compared to an actual Hammond.

Here is a list of some of the available clones.

Clone Keyboards

Clone Modules (with Drawbars)

Software Emulators

Discontinued Clones

DIY Clones (Electronic kits, FPGA designs, microcontroller projects, etc.)

Other Electomechanical "Tonewheel" Organs

Most of these organs are not, strictly speaking, "clones" but they all have electromechanical tone generators. Like the Hammond, these organs rely on motors, gears, and in some cases, belts to turn "tonewheels".

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