The Classic Leslie Speaker, made to Don Leslie's "Original Recipe", same as it has been since 1941.
This two-speed speaker uses a traditional tube amplifier with a heavy duty driver in the horn and special design 15" woofer for the bass rotor. Connections are made via the 11-pin plug found on all modern Hammonds, and certain clones. For older Hammond models, adapter kits are available. This optional interface panel is available with a ¼" "guitar cord" input, and a jack for a footswitch; thus eliminating the need for a bulky cable and "preamp box".
Designed for single-channel organs whose pedal range extends down to the lower frequencies
Two-speed horn and bass rotor
The sound is "seperated" with the highs reproduced by a horn rotor and the lows reproduced by a bass rotor. Both the horn and bass rotors can be operated at two speeds: Fast (tremolo) and Slow (chorale)