Leslie G Pedal Leslie Speaker Simulator for Guitar

Leslie Rotary Speaker Simulator Effects Pedal with Max Speed Control, and Independant Wet and Dry Output Controls
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Leslie Pedal in a Smaller, More Powerful Box

Get real-deal Leslie sounds for your guitar pedalboard with the G Pedal Leslie Simulator effects pedal. Based off of their incredibly successful full-size Leslie pedal, the G Pedal adds new controls letting you fine-tune your sound. It also comes in a much smaller package, so you no longer have to give up a lot of pedalboard space. If you need that classic sound, but don't have a ton of room left, the Hammond Leslie G Pedal is a great option.

G Pedal Leslie Simulator Effects Pedal at a Glance:
  • Genuine Leslie sound for your pedalboard
  • Added control to dial in your tone
Genuine Leslie sound for your pedalboard

At Sweetwater, we've gotten our hands on a lot of different cabinets over the years, and we know that a genuine Leslie cabinet is a bit of a chore to move. They're big, they're heavy, and they don't fit in a car very well. The Hammond G Pedal rotary cabinet simulator pedal packs the same sonic punch at the cabinet, but puts that classic sound in a compact pedalboard-friendly format. You get the same accurate Leslie reproduction as their original Leslie pedal, but in a package that's considerably smaller. Not only that, but you actually get even more control with the G Pedal.

Added control to dial in your tone

All the great sound of a rotary speaker is there for your faux-organ tones, swirly spaced-out jams, and sonic journeys. But Hammond has actually added three different cabinet emulations, a preset location for you to store your favorite sound, their red line feature that sets the "fast" speed of the speaker rotation, and even independant dry and wet outputs, allowing you to really fine tune the performance of the pedal to your needs. The G Pedal is a great substitute for the bulky - and very heavy - original. Add one to your pedalboard and capture the legendary Leslie sound!

G Pedal Leslie Simulator Effects Pedal Features:
  • Leslie Rotary Speaker Simulator pedal in a compact and powerful format
  • Pedalboard friendly size saves space
  • Independant wet and dry outputs to blend to taste
  • Red line knob to define your faster setting
  • Three cabinet simulations give you options for your style
  • Preset location offers instant recall of your favorite sound
The G Pedal Leslie pedal gets great rotary sounds and more!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Rotary Speaker
Height 2.25"
Width 4.75"
Depth 7.31"
Weight 1.5 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 002-G Pedal

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Wow!! old school classic sounds...

I really love this leslie pedal and the boost it gives to your sound, it makes my strat sound fatter and a lot more round . So if you are doing Stevie Ray Vaughn. or pink floyd etc, this little pedal gets you that much closer to the sound you are probably after. it's crazy good!!

Great sound, quickly became my favourite pedal

The Leslie rotating speaker is the foundation of the Univibe and various modulation effects such as chorus, flanging and phasing. Buying a large Leslie speaker was not an option for me so I decided to give this simulator a try and it sounds great. On slow speed it gives a beautiful chorus-like luscious wet sound. On high speed a sweet tremolo vibe is added to the chorus. The sound is very addictive and opens up a whole new dimension of tone for my guitar. This pedal is now the highlight of my pedalboard along with the boss DM-2w delay pedal which also sounds amazing and works very well with the Lesie G-pedal. I haven't tried other Leslie simulators but I thought I might as well use the one made by the people who actually make the Leslie speakers even if it's a bit more expensive. I shaved off half a point because I feel the build quality could have been higher particularly given the steep price.
Music background: Blues, Jazz, home studio
See also: Leslie, Leslie Chorus Pedals