Leslie Digital Leslie Pedal

Leslie Speaker Emulator with 4 Amp Models, Speed Switches, True-bypass Switching, and Stereo I/O
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Rotary Sound in a Stationary World

Get the lush, swirling sound of a rotating speaker with the Hammond Digital Leslie pedal. Add the distinct sound of a Leslie to your rig with this authentic-sounding stompbox pedal. Stereo in/out makes the Hammond Digital Leslie pedal perfect for guitar, bass, keyboard, and more. Three footswitches give you control over the Digital Leslie's speed, brake, and true-bypass on/off modes. Get that authentic rotating-speaker sound in your rig with the Hammond Digital Leslie pedal!

Hammond Digital Leslie Pedal at a Glance:
  • Four classic Leslie models in a single pedal
  • In-depth controls let you tailor your perfect sound
Four classic Leslie models in a single pedal

Many Leslie cabinets have become collectible over the years, and Hammond has modeled some of the most sought after ones in the Hammond Digital Leslie pedal. They started with the legendary 122 and 147 cabinets that have been heard on countless recordings. Guitar players will love the sound on the Model 18, which was the basis for the classic Vibratone used by Stevie Ray and many others. The fourth model is the Hammond Organ stationary PR-40 speaker cabinet. You'll have no trouble dialing in your ideal Leslie sound with the Hammond Digital Leslie pedal.

In-depth controls let you tailor your perfect sound

Create your own soundscape with the Hammond Digital Leslie's wide palette of controls. Mix the horn and bass balance, set your ramp up and ramp down speeds, adjust the virtual mic placement, and even add a touch of grit to create the perfect Leslie tones. Call your Sweetwater Sales Engineer and see what the Hammond Digital Leslie pedal can do for you.

Hammond Digital Leslie Pedal Features:
  • Accurate modeling of 4 classic Leslie speakers
  • Models the 122, 147, Model 18, and PR-40 cabinets
  • Speed, brake, and bypass footswitches make using the pedal easy
  • Set your the ramp up and down speeds, horn and bass balance, and virtual mic placement
  • Add a touch of overdrive for the perfect Leslie sound
  • Stereo I/O
  • Accommodates guitar, bass, keyboards, and more
Bring the classic sound of a rotary speaker to your rig with the Hammond Digital Leslie pedal!

Additional Media

Digital Leslie Pedal User Manual

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Rotary
Inputs 2 x Instrument
Outputs 2 x TS
Height 2.25"
Width 4.75"
Depth 7.3125"
Weight 1.5 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 002-LESLIE PEDAL

Customer Reviews

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Digital Leslie amazes

I have loved the sound of the Leslie with a Hammond organ for 3-4 decades. It is phenomenal. Well I determined to get a rotary pedal this spring, and had a couple scoped out, but I hesitated, because I didn't feel the perfect one was here. Well that was until I saw the Hammond/Leslie You tube video and saw this thing in action. It is simply amazingly awesome. It is pricey, but worth it in my book. Build quality appears to be quite good. It is attractive in my book. with a couple of exceptions. I don't care for that loud clicking sound the switches make. They NEED silent switches. THEN, there is the case of the solution to the clicking, the outrageously expensive CU-1 wooden footswitch. However, if you google CU-1's for sale, most of the time you can find someone selling it for half or less. Otherwise this is an incredible device. I use it with a Korg Triton and as long as I keep it on the 122A setting, the tone is wonderful. 147 is a little to a lot brighter. I've yet to try the 18v guitar Leslie setting, but I am sure it is great. It does take a bit of adjusting to learn how to time the tremolo's deployment. In a week or 2 its as if you've played it for a year. In Short, a winner! I love the digital Leslie.
Music background: decades

Your ears will love it (and your back too)

I play slide guitar about 90 percent of the time. Open tunings and the slide can limit the chord voicing available when comping, so I was looking for a way to expand my options. This pedal really delivers the classic Leslie sounds. I use it to emulate organ sounds (we don't have a keyboard player) and a Telecaster with compression into a clean amp, it does a great job. It seems to work best near the end of the signal chain. The controls are intuitive and let you control the effect well. The foot switches are stiff, but clearly, this unit is built with bombproof construction. I have only dabbled with the stereo outputs, but the effect is killer, if you have the dollars and the room for a stereo rig. If you want "that Leslie sound", this is the way to get it.
Music background: Semi-pro player

Closest thing to a REAL Leslie!

I am using this on my 1954 Hammond B-2 (yes, B-2) to record some tracks as my Leslie cabinet needs it's amp rebuilt. This little box blows me away, and sounds amazingly real!!
Music background: Recording Engineer, Musician, Educator

Holy Crap!

I've played Hammonds and Leslies for decades. We all agree emulating the Leslie/rotary cab effect has been a tough row to hoe. But I think H/S finally got it right. I currently have an XK3 and Leslie 3300 and was stunned when I plugged it in and bypassed the 3300. Am not sure how much closer we can get to the Leslie sound, now-without simply using a Leslie cabinet. Worth every penny. Only gripe would be not necessarily being able to use a generic footswitch with it--also the noisy mechanical stop switches. But, on stage--who cares? I'll have more after this weekend's gigs. Amazing sound.
Music background: jazz guitarist and jazz organist

Leslie Pedal

This thing is the BOMB, I hooked this up in what i figured to 15min to half hour test drive 3 hours later ...... WOW used it Sunday Service WOW still blown away i mean really i have the real deal hooked up to my CV in my studio , well lets just say i'd stack this with my Hammond xk2 against it any-day of the week . thank you Mike Soper for your help
Music background: Pastor , music director
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