the thought just occurred to me..
sure you could build an analog leslie sim that pretended to be a spinning box of glory..
but at the end of the day wouldnt that sort of be quasi line 6-ish?
i mean isn't what we do here in effort to preserve the REAL thing from watered down "well its close enough" digital algorithms? who wants modeling when you can have the real thing right????
why not... you know, build the real thing????
i mean since were inclined to do crazy stuff such as this already...
DO IT YOURSELF !!!!
sure having a pedal that sounds close would be cool.. i guess.
but NOTHING trumps having something that actually spins.http://www.mantor.info/Hobbyhjornet/DIY ... peaker.htm
(not the ramp up and down in the video.. i know its not really that useful for guitars, but when playing an organ its where the magic is at)http://www.cyrguitars.com/Leslie_Project.html
crude but effective http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuXJRwLH ... re=related
also you can find rigs like this http://www.ebay.com/itm/Leslie-Speaker- ... 2566cd1983
dirt cheap alot of times, you can find places with organs being given away
these sets ups came in a few models of organs , mostly the Hammond T series, and a few Yamaha/Wurlitzer.
it has a bass rotor that pops out of the main body of the organ, the whole leslie unit is easy to unhook/use else where/with other instruments. VERY easy to mod to guitar and build wooden enclosure for, plus it has the added bonus of actually throwing sound around the room and having an awesome spinning drum for the audience to look at. Plus it doesnt weigh as much as a full on 122 cab, and you dont need to bribe the bassist to help you load in
Your longstanding and unnatural interest in my wood is disquieting.