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Frederick J. Sherrod ( writes:
This is a very good looking B-3 clone. It sports nice stained wood construction and looks like it belongs in Granny's parlor, or in a Jazz club. It's furniture-like appearance is a drawback in the rock n roll world, where every move leaves another scratch or ding. The rotary speaker simulator was good in 1976 but is severely lacking by today's standards. Playing this vintage piece through a tube amp or leslie, more than compensates for any short comings.

Comments About the Sounds:
One of the first Hammond B-3 clones, it set the standard to be followed for years to come. Copies of it's legendary sound can be found in the Trinity, Triton, and Karma workstations.

(Thanks to Frederick J. Sherrod for this info.)
and Frederick J. Sherrod for the pic

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