Someone needs to write this section. Also see the LeslieBox schematics. Main-Echo switching The 4H kit is used to add main-ensemble-echo switching to a console: FrankZueckmantel has provided these pictures of the inside and outside of a 4H kit, as well as pictures detailing the wiring of the half-moon switches from a 4H and a 3M kit. Hooking a to a spinet The was designed nominally to connect to Hammond console organs which have balanced G-G outputs. Hammond spinets and other brands of organs do not have balanced outputs. This complicates matters somewhat. Here’s the schematic of a 3M kit, which is used to hook a ” tremolo control kit” see above to a spinet. If you are clever, you can figure out, from this schematic, how to hook a to a spinet without the main-echo switching. If you’re having trouble following the connections in the above schematic, you might find StefanHahn ‘s colorized version helpful.
Guitarists were so fascinated by the sound, that they started to plug their guitars to Leslie speakers — the result can be heard in many classic records by bands such as The Beatles, Cream, Jimi Hendrix Experience and so on…the list is truly enourmous! Today, Leslie speakers are hard to find and extremely expensive, but thankfully, there are several FX pedals that faithfully re-create the famous Leslie sound, Those pedals, not surprisiingly, are sought after not just by guitarists, but by keyboard players who want to spice up their keyboard sound with some vintage goodness.
The pedal is quite pricey, but there are other excellent Leslie simulators out there. The ever-reliable Boss makes the RT Rotary Ensemble double pedal, which is possibly the coolest pedal Boss ever made, thanks to its stunning graphic view of the virtual rotors.
The Leslie is a type of free-standing loudspeaker designed for connecting to a Hammond electric organ. Leslie speakers and the line of Hammond organs are manufactured and sold by Suzuki.
Description Leslie simulator for guitars, keyboards and other signals. The swirling, lush sound of a Leslie speaker has been applied to almost every instrument one can think of, including the human voice. Engineers and tinkerers everywhere have always come up with ways to “hook up a Leslie” to their Guitar, Violin, Horn, or Vocal Mic. The Leslie Leslie Pedal is a rotary speaker simulator by the people who know rotary speakers better than anyone. The patching scheme allows for stereo or mono operation stereo is recommended.
This pedal goes great in a guitar pedal board, but it is also good for synth organs when you want an authentic Leslie reproduction. The Leslie Pedal overdrive is true to the character of a vintage Lesliespeaker, primarily used for Hammond organs. As is the case with music, there are no unbreakable rule with this pedal, so try vocals, saxophone or theramin through it, and see if you can derive some engaging sounds that serve your compositions. Controls include the classic Leslie Brake, which emulates the stopping of the Leslie rotor.
It is incredibly effective. Just like an original Leslie control pedal, the Leslie emulation can spin slow, fast or be off.
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A single note C played on a Hammond organ Problems playing this file? Unlike an American Guild of Organists pedalboard, a console Hammond normally has 25 pedals. As with pipe organ keyboards, the two manuals are arrayed on two levels close to each other. Each is laid out in a similar manner to a piano keyboard, except that pressing a key on a Hammond results in the sound continuously playing until it is released, whereas with a piano, the note’s volume decays. No difference in volume occurs regardless of how heavily or lightly the key is pressed unlike with a piano , so overall volume is controlled by a pedal also known as a “swell” or “expression” pedal.
Leslie Keyboard Amplifier Hammond Leslie XB $3, the MkII’s Digital Lower Rotor signals to the with ample headroom for any other Keyboard/Audio that you may hook up to the remaining mixer slots. The flat top of the is perfect for the rack case of equipment that so many keyboard players use today.
Unknown model and vintage, but it is tube amped and seems like late 50’s or 60’s. I grabbed it with the intention of letting the kids fool around with it till they got bored, then chopping it up for an amp, speakers, and parts. I was rather excited to find that it has a rotating speaker labeled “Leslie” on the stops. I’m pretty sure, however, that this thing is neither a model nor a 47, because it has a two speed motor 47’s are single speed and there is only one speaker and no horns like the has.
I only learned this stuff by Googling – I have zero experience with Leslie’s so I could be wrong about this. It appears to have two amps. The upper one uses an 12AX7, a , and a pair of ‘s. Does the other amp drive the Leslie exclusively? The Leslie speaker appears to be about 8″ or 10″, but it is wrapped with insulation on one side and has the baffle on the other so I can’t see it clearly.
Just a quick MP3 demo, no effects, KB. Complete with Leslie cabinet, it’s the preferred keyboard of progressive rockers, blues organists and let’s not forget churches. This isn’t a B3! Nope, it’s an A The secret is the Hammond A and C3 organs are B3s in a different box.
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Far as I know he still has it. C3 and B3 have exactly the same guts with different cabinets. The “C” stands for church and weighs, oh The A is similar but does have some other differences, drawbars? Forget exactly, the but the A I’m most familiar with was totally customized by Richard Goodsell many many years ago It still lives despite a couple decades of touring!
Specifically, I’ve used the Leslie rotating speaker cabinet with a Hammond M3 organ. There aren’t very many characteristics to the that I know about, as it is a pretty straight forward Leslie speaker cabinet. You can only connect it to a organ, as it doesn’t have a preamp to support anything else, although you can certainly get it modded to use it with an electric guitar All of that is done within your organ, including turning on and off the rotating speaker.
I don’t know anything about the manual for the if there is one, but it certainly isn’t necessary unless you’re looking for a schematic or something like that.
The Leslie speaker is a combined amplifier and loudspeaker that projects the signal from an electric or electronic instrument and modifies the sound by rotating a baffle chamber (“drum”) in front of the loudspeakers. A similar effect is provided by a rotating system of horns in front of the treble driver. It is most commonly associated with the Hammond organ, though it was later used for the.
Tue Jul 10 Gone are the 3 speakers, the reverb tank and the amplifier, lightening the overall weight by 56 pounds. Wired in is a Leslie control box and original bakelite tremolo switch. A light-weight mahogany panel has been added to the front to hide and protect the electronics and improve appearance. Included is a customized Leslie amp in a model 47 cabinet, 3 separate 6-pin Leslie cables to hook up to the Hammond and extra power tubes.
Also included is a pair of Roll-or-Kari dollies with lift handles, essential for moving the organ around, plus the original bench and foot pedals. The organ has a fitted packing-blanket cover and the Leslie a canvas cover. Other goodies include a special Y cable for running 2 microphones from the Leslie cabinet to a sound board or an auxiliary amp mikes and aux. I have a great Hammond tech who has worked on my rig for years and keeps her sounding great.
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Th is Owner’s Manual is designed to explain the operating features of your Hammond ASP as simply and graphically as possible. Because we want to make this manual, as well as the keyboard itself, as easy to understand as possible.
The jack is only for use with a Leslie speaker that has 9 pins, usually Leslie model but a couple other models will work. No other application for that jack. For what you want to do you don’t need a preamp. You have two options to make the Hammond and Fender cab work together. Use the internal amp or use an additional amp. Using an additional amp will be a lot louder, for use in a band with drums and guitars.
To drive the fender cab using just the amplifier that’s built into the organ, unplug the organ, take the back off, find the wires that are going to the built in 12″ speaker and disconnect them.
Forrest Cook Introduction In the world of high-tech electronics, vacuum tubes are considered obsolete. Despite this trend, vacuum tube circuits have seen a big revival in the fields of guitar and hi-fi amplifiers. Vacuum tubes and related parts have again become more available as numerous companies have tapped into this re-emerging market. The reason for the popularity of tubes in guitar amps involves the nice tones that are produced when tubes are driven to the point of distortion.
Leslie speaker amplifier jensen v21 for hammond b3 c3 a vintage leslie speaker cabinet w trek ii crossover for hammond organ forgot about this thread wow i still like the but recently got a that was made in for steal and it sounds hammond leslie hook up 3 a speaker the digital onboard.
Relay Coil Amplifier Input The amplifier has a switch, located next to the level control, marked ohms, 8-ohms, open. It connects a load resistor across the amplifier’s input, because in organ applications, the Leslie is often driven by the amplifier within the spinet organ, thus the load resistor replaces the speaker impedance. The resistors are 10W units, so keep this in mind if you are driving this amplifier from another.
The power rating is 10W at 8-ohms, 20W at ohms. When the switch is set to OPEN, the amplifier input is line level, 10k unbalanced. Amplifier Schematics Leslie and Hammond Schematics The Total System The Leslie’s unique sound, especially when combined with a Hammond organ and a player who has figured out the nuances of this total instrument, are particularly musical and suited to many different musical genres arguably rock, blues, and jazz most often make use of this.
Probably the most definitive sound is the way that the amplifier and speakers overload when overdriven, especially in the bass region. The power amplifier overloads particularly gracefully and musically, and this produces a very pleasing roundness of tone. Skillful use of the expression pedal and the bass pedal notes adds to the effect, especially when the amplifier is driven into clipping distortion.
In addition, the bass clipping causes intermodulation distortion that modulates the higher notes being played, making them in the extreme gargle. The total effect of the moving sources makes synthesizing the sound particularly difficult; a great deal of effort has been expended in trying to make an effect pedal that emulates a Leslie. Electro-Music the CBS division that produced the Leslie tried wrapping this into a single package with the series cabinets. These had solid state amplifiers and used JBL components, but because CBS apparently didn’t understand the unique synergy of the 60w tube amplifier and the plain vanilla speakers, these units only found favor when the only judgment criteria was sheer volume.
Tbilisi Georgia In nineteenth-century Russia, circus was extremely popular among the aristocracy and the people alike, but the Russian circus was developed mostly by foreigners whose names — Ciniselli, Truzzi, Salamonsky — became synonymous with Russian circus. There was one notable exception, however: The Nikitin brothers, Dmitri , Akim , and Piotr Nikitin , who became the first true Russian circus entrepreneurs of note, and would remain so until the Bolshevik revolution.
The Nikitin brothers were born to Aleksandr and Alina Ivanovna Nikitin, who were serfs bound to one of the vast lands belonging to the Crown. Tsar Nicholas I began to ease the condition of the serfs of his Imperial estates in , when he established the “quit-rent” system, which allowed them to leave the land to which they were attached in exchange for a rent paid to their landowner, the Tsar. Aleksandr Nikitin immediately took advantage of this new, if limited, freedom and became an itinerant organ grinder.
The patent for the Model A, the first Hammond organ, was then filed on January 19, The Hammond became an immediate success, even though, around , the company was forbidden by the FTC to claim that a Hammond could accurately imitate a pipe organ.
England UK Ramo Samee probably “Ramaswamy” was a 19th century East Indian juggler and magician who starred with his own juggling troupe. In fact, he is considered to be the first “modern” professional juggler, and was by far the most famous juggler of his time. Samee was born around in East India, possibly in Madras in Tamil Nadu, and was brought to England in at around the age of A certain Captain Campbell, returning to England from the Indian colony in , brought a troupe of Indian magicians and performers with him and installed them in Pall Mall Street London, where they demonstrated native juggling, acrobatics, yogic postures, conjuring, and sleight of hand for an audience that was curious about the quaint customs and strange manners of India.
Is it then a trifling power we see at work, or is it something next to miraculous? The inspiration for one of the Western world’s fundamental puzzlers, the Needle Swallowing Trick, can probably be traced back to the genius of Ramo Samee. Samee was known for performing a trick he called “Stringing Beads With the Mouth”, in which he “swallowed” a handful of beads and a string, then pulled the beads out of his mouth, one by one, tied to the string. Samee’s troupe included Kia Khan Khruse, another Indian juggler-magician who first introduced the “Needle Swallowing Trick” to European audiences in