Hammond is showcasing at Summer NAMM until tonight the first digital Leslie pedal, which features 4 emulations of the famous rotary speakers.
The Leslie Pedal is fully digital and can by used by guitar and keyboard players, or applied to any track in studio/home studio.
You can choose between 4 emulations of famous Leslie models: the 112, 147, 18 (the Vibratone effect used by Stevie Ray Vaughn) and the PR-40, a fixed effect used in the Hammond organs in the 1950s and 1960s.
You can also control the virtual mic position, ramp up and down speeds, the overdrive, the EQ, the volume…
Three footswitches allow for enabling/disabling the true bypass, the speed/brake and the stereo (in/out).
Last, a gain switch is designed for inserting the pedal into a guitar effect chain or inject it directly into the amp.
The Leslie Pedal retails for $399.
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