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Messing With Leslie Speakers

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I've been fooling around with some Leslie speakers lately. I bought a Leslie 125 a couple months ago. It's not the fancy one with the horn on the top, but it's got the rotating baffle on the main speaker. I also got to work on a Vibratone 16 and another guy's Leslie 900.

 

I got the ol' 125 spiffed up and here it is with my Deluxe Reverb and my snazzy new Les Paul. I might check it out tomorrow when I play loud music with old men.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3MJFoaCZTc

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NICE!

 

 

loud music with old men.

 

And thank you for naming my next record!

 

rct

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Well, the Leslie 125 isn't loud enough to keep up with the loud music.  Good clean fun though.  And check out all the emoticons - here's a surveyor's transit - 🔭 - "Left a little... right a hair..."

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The Leslie.....an iconic sound.....👍

Played alongside a Hammond organist in the 70's

Lots of guitar pedals have a 'Leslie'-ish option.....if lucky enough to have stereo out to 2 amps, can be huge fun...

V

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A 1970 Leslie 900 using a telecaster straight into it's preamp pedal -  Click the video and then right click to unmute it -

 

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more explanation

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