Vintage Leslie Speakers, 3300, Leslie Pedal, 2101, Model 122-A, G37, Model 147-A,
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Leslie Pedal – $399
Hammond Organ USA announces the release at the 2013 Winter NAMM of their first-ever Digital Leslie Pedal. Designed and built in America, the Leslie Pedal allows the distinctive rotary, moving sound of a Leslie to be added to any, guitar, bass, keyboard, or studio rig.
Derived from the state-of-the art Digital Leslie onboard the new Hammond Sk series stage keyboards and the flagship B-3mkII Organ, the Leslie Pedal evokes vintage 122 and 147 Leslies, and the Model 18, basis of the classic Vibratone Guitar cabinet made famous by Stevie Ray Vaughn and others. The fourth model replicates the distinctive PR-40 stationary speaker cabinet, which was standard issue with Hammond Organs in the 50′s and 60′s, and a “secret weapon” for many vintage studio guitar recordings.
Rotary controls allow adjustment of virtual mic placement, ramp up and down speeds, overdrive, horn and bass balance, EQ and overall volume. Three footswitches provide true bypass, speed and brake control, stereo in/out. A gain switch allows the Leslie Pedal to be used in a guitar effects chain, or direct inject into a sound reinforcement system/keyboard amp.
Leslie 122A – $3,195
The model 122A is specifically designed for older Hammond Organs requiring a separate tone cabinet for sound reproduction, such as the A,B,C and RT models. It is identical to the Model 122XB, with the exception of having a 6-pin connector, and no ¼” or footswitch jack. Please refer to the Leslie Model 122XB for demonstration.
Amplifier: Handcrafted 40-Watt RMS vacuum tube amplifier
Speakers: Massive 15" woofer, High power horn driver
Inputs: Model 122A 6-pin Leslie connector
Controls: Master volume
Dimensions: 29 1/4"(W) x 20 5/8"(D) x 41 5/8"(H)
Weight: 149 lbs
Leslie 122XB – $3,395
The Classic Leslie Speaker, made to Don Leslie’s “Original Recipe”, same as it has been since 1941. This two-speed speaker uses a traditional tube amplifier with a heavy duty driver in the horn and special design 15” woofer for the bass rotor. Connections are made via the 11-pin plug found on all modern Hammonds, and certain clones. For older Hammond models, adapter kits are available. A few concessions to modern times have been added, such as a ¼” “guitar cord” input, and a jack for a footswitch; thus eliminating the need for a bulky cable and “preamp box”.
Leslie 147A – $3,395
The model 147A is specifically designed for single-channel organs with self-contained speaker systems, such as Hammond Organ model A-100 and spinet models such as M, M-2, M-100 and L-100. It is identical to the Model 122XB, with the exception of having a 6-pin connector, and no ¼” or footswitch jack. Please refer to the Leslie Model 122XB for demonstration
Leslie 3300 – $2,495
All the power and features of our “Top Of The Line” 971 model in an “easy to move” package, The Leslie 3300 is one of the most powerful Leslies ever offered, and has been designed with the professional touring musician in mind. This single-channel Leslie features a two-speed horn rotor coupled to our new heavy-duty design driver and a massive 15” woofer. Firing into the Bass rotor. The Leslie 3300 is powered by a 300-Watt RMS solid-state amplifier with a real vacuum tube preamp. 11-pin and 8-pin Leslie sockets allow connection and onboard control with Hammond Organs, Most other electronic organs and keyboards can hook up to the 3300 using a ¼” cable and common footswitch (optional). This Leslie features a rugged-built cabinet with high-impact black finish which is lighter than a traditional Leslie, and the heavy-duty casters will make it a snap to transport to your next performance.
Leslie G37 – $1,495
The Leslie G37 are especially designed for the professional guitarist.