No one is going to agree on what sounds better than what when it comes to real or virtual tonewheels, we all know that and only a few keyboard players today even want to carry a set off drawbars around.
Lets hear from all you other organists.
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Brad1954 wrote:When some of my slolo's are comming up I usually like to hold or slide into a note, 2 note or triad in the high octave while the (sim) Leslie winds up. then I'm into the solo. When I play chords behind the lead guitars I will use the lower keyboard 5's all drawbars. Then I can sit back and listen to the guitars and I just play dirty chords, slaps and arpegios. My top drawbars usually start at 688632110 soft short percussion.
holdsg wrote:Posted this in another thread. but when I was seeking a dedicated organ to add to my rig, I looked at several of the digital tonewheels such as Korg CX3 and the Hammonds. I ended up getting a Hammond XK1 used, and its meeting all my organ needs. Love the presents, split, and overdrive. The leslie sim is OK, not great, but good enough for my needs. I wouldn't want to have to record with it, but for my CR cover band, its good enough, and at roughly 45 lbs, its not breaking my back lugging it around.
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