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.