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Re: Using a C2 with a Leslie 3300

Postby Mooser » 09 Jan 2013, 23:05

"I have reequested this feature to have the pipe in the high out."

Ever switch to "pipe" by mistake when your volume was set for "B-3", with the regular outputs? Can only imagine what it would be like through the high-output! I have always found the regular L&R outputs to have all the strength to get up and do what needs to be done.
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Re: Using a C2 with a Leslie 3300

Postby flmc59 » 10 Jan 2013, 14:38

My favorite motionsound rig is the pro3tm + low pro(bass controll on 3-4) + a basscombo (behringer 90 or cube 60 etc...) for added lows.
This unit plays loud and clear. The bass amp can either be connected to the sim out on the pro 3 or you can put a 125 hz low pass active filter and take a extra line signal from the Organ. The second choise (using direct) out gives you a lot of control over the bass sound a very steady bass sound sins it is not modulated in any way.
A Leslie 122 would of course sound nicer but the rig described here is really good for jazz trio work and a breeze to move.
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Re: Using a C2 with a Leslie 3300

Postby flmc59 » 10 Jan 2013, 17:36

My favorite motionsound rig is the pro3tm + low pro(bass controll on 3-4) + a basscombo (behringer 90 or cube 60 etc...) for added lows.
This unit plays loud and clear. The bass amp can either be connected to the sim out on the pro 3 or you can put a 125 hz low pass active filter and take a extra line signal from the Organ. The second choise (using direct) out gives you a lot of control over the bass sound a very steady bass sound sins it is not modulated in any way.
A Leslie 122 would of course sound nicer but the rig described here is really good for jazz trio work and a breeze to move.
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Re: Using a C2 with a Leslie 3300

Postby jjtmd » 03 Aug 2017, 18:24

If I mount a half moon switch on my Nord Electro 5 and plug it into my Leslie 3300 will it control all 3 positions, i.e. chorale fast and off? Thanks
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