Hammond introduces at Summer NAMM 2014 a new combo amp for keyboard, guitar and electronic instruments, the Leslie L-2215.
The L-2215 combo is a 200W RMS (300W peak) amp equipped with a 15” non rotary speaker and two 4” mid speakers. It features a mixer with three instrument, keyboard and microphone inputs, each with its own 3-band EQ.
The Instrument and Keyboard sections include 1/4” stereo jack inputs as well as an effect loop with stereo send and return jacks so that you can add effects to each channel.
You also have a choice of 1/4” jack or XLR for the mic input. You’ll also find a stereo AUX input and a headphone output, each with its dedicated level control.
The Leslie L-2215 will start shipping in October, 2014 for the price of $649.95. Another model (L-2415) is also expected by the end of the year. You’ll find more info at hammondorganco.com.
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