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quagmire 19th March 2006 07:04 AM

do-it yourself leslie help
 
Hi. I have a some spare parts at my disposal;

- a old empty TV cabinet, with casters
- 2 speed leslie drum, 15" and 8" speakers from a Hammond organ

http://www.jumpupmarketing.com/photos/adam/after.jpg

Thats my plan anyway. I'm looking for a tube amp and i found a public address system 100W amp.

http://www.bogen.com/support/discont...fs/CHB100m.PDF

That is the manual

Anybody have any comments or suggestions about that model amp?
Do I need a pre-amp for running general 1/4" instruments? (it has a RCA aux input). The primary uses would be for keyboards, guitars, etc

Many thanks!

quagmire 19th March 2006 03:20 PM

Hello once again,

I figured out that I will need a pre-amp for running keys or guitar through this amp.

Do you think this style amp is suitable for my application? i mean...Leslie amps are 20-30 W...this is one hundred!

Most importantly, will this thing sound any good??


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