Right now I use a Holmes Harp Commander going thru the T1 (I've the Model 1 w/2 subwoofers), and that gives a nice tubelike sound. For my organ effect, I used to use an old analog stomp box called a BRIANIZER, but it hisses too loud and, in a pedalboard, it's a hassle because it's 18 volts. I now use a ROTOSIM Leslie simulator, but I ain't satisfied, because even w/ a B1, it sounds way too tinny. HELLLP!! Also, as an aside, when I use my octave splitter (on or off), eq, and rotosim (w/the effects off)I get a good harp distortion with just that. But I need to know what to do to get a warmer, beefier tone. Any advice'd be well-appreciated.
Try to find a Dynacord CLS222, like on Ebay. This is the bomb, best ever in my estimation. Get the old one, the original CLS222. The only thing better is the sim on the Nord Electro, only it's not available separately. This is an old analog unit, so make sure it works right, or take it to a technician who can clean the pots and connectors.
Thanx, Cliff, but I prefer stomp boxes as a rackmout would be one more piecen of equipt. to lug. I DID try the model 2 and the aforementioned Leslie effect sounded better (at the end of this year, I think I'll lay away a Mark 2 system. I like the portability.
You know, PH, there was a thing called the Voce "Spin" that is out of print but probably is available on Ebay or somewhere. It was meant as a Leslie-sim compliment to the Voce organ module. I don't know what it sounded like but it probably works fine, knowing Dave Amels and his quest for the fine organ tone.