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Publié le 04/29/11 à 22:59
VINTAGE ORGAN Jazz / Blues / Rock / Classical KEYBOARDS + 2 + PEDAL CAR GRAND LESLIE HL722 (HL822 and HL422 or) presets, percussion and sound but the B3 has many advantages: - Additional percussion and more - Adjustable reverb and sustain - Leslie speed control on lateral contact on a volume pedal and push black left! - Pitch to shift the sound 2 and -4 semitones - 1 précélection lower keyboard on his "DEEP PURPLE" saturated without damaging the HP - Lighter (~ 100 kg instead of ~ 200Kg) - 1 jack 6.35-synth or drum sequencer .... - 1 line out jack to 6.35 amp in addition to the Leslie 11-pin socket - Transportation less delicate organs Tonewheel - No regular lubrication (1 x per year with tonewheels) - Leslie HL722 very powerful (215W RMS)

UTILIZATION

Operation is child's play, exactly like the legendary B3 and other C3, A100-102-105 which have the percussion + from A, B, RT2, BC, BV, X66, X77, L100, 200 .....

SOUNDS

Tones and sounds of the B3

OVERALL OPINION

I played on Hammond organs since 1965:
T122-mail, L100P (I tjrs), B3, X77 (which I tjrs and uses), A102 (and I use), and 2 B3000 (and I use live, studio, repetitions)

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