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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.

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Leslie 2101 mk2 (Rotary Unit)
When you want the authentic LESLIE sound, but cannot accommodate the size and weight of a traditional Leslie, or, frankly, cannot afford it; reach for the 2101mk2. It’s the “top half” of our traditional Leslie with all the unique and patented features that musicians have come to depend on, coupled with a perfect digital simulation of the lower rotor. When you consider the onboard tube preamp, and the widest range of “tweakability” of any Leslie ever; the 2101mk2 is a clear choice for pro and hobbyist alike. 

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Leslie 2103 Wooden mk2 (Rotary Unit)
same technical spec as the 2101 mk2 above
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Leslie 3300
The Leslie 3300 is one of the most powerful Leslies ever offered, and has been designed with the professional touring musician in mind. This single-channel Leslie features a two-speed horn rotor coupled to our new heavy-duty design driver and a massive 15” woofer. Firing into the Bass rotor. The Leslie 3300 is powered by a 300-Watt RMS solid-state amplifier with a real vacuum tube preamp. 11-pin and 8-pin Leslie sockets allow connection and onboard control with Hammond Organs, Most other electronic organs and keyboards can hook up to the 3300 using a ¼” cable and common footswitch (optional). This Leslie features a rugged-built cabinet with high-impact black finish which is lighter than a traditional Leslie, and the heavy-duty casters will make it a snap to transport to your next performance
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Leslie 3300 w

The Leslie 3300w
Wooden version with same technical spec as 3300 above