Leslie Speakers

The Leslie speaker is a combined amplifier and loudspeaker that projects the signal from an electric instrument and modifies the sound by rotating a baffle chamber ("drum") in front of the loudspeakers.

Leslie 2101 MK2 a compact Tube Amplifier.
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Hammond Leslie 2101 MK2 Portable Active Rotary Speaker

Leslie 2101 mk2...both portable and expandabl

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15.650,00  DKK
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Leslie 2103 MK2 3-channel compact Tube amplifier.
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Hammond Leslie 2103 MK2 3-channel Active Rotary Speaker Tube amplifier.

If you always wanted a great looking, walnut-finished, compact and affordable Leslie... we now have the thing just for you...
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19.385,00  DKK
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Leslie 3300P Tube amplifier Rotary-speaker
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Hammond Leslie 3300P Active Rotary Speaker Tube Amplifier

The Hammond Leslie 3300P has been designed with the professional touring musician in mind
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24.614,00  DKK
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Leslie 3300WP Amplifier
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Hammond Leslie 3300WP Active Speaker Tube Amplifier

All the power and features of our “Top Of The Line” 122 XB model in an “easy to move” 3300WP package
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26.855,00  DKK
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Leslie 122XB Tube Amplifier  Rotary system
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Hammond Leslie 122XB Active Speaker Tube Amplifier

If you want the best available this is it the infamous Hammond Leslie 122XB
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31.337,00  DKK
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In the late 1930s, the Leslie speaker was born, designed and invented by Donald J. Leslie.
The Leslie speakers for example the 2101 MK2 - 2103 MK3 - 3300WP - 3300P - 122XP is a specially designed amplifier / speaker that is used to make special sound effects by utilizing the Doppler effect, which makes sound behave as if it's moving past you.
The speaker is particularly associated with the Hammond organ. Separate Leslie speakers were a necessary accessory for all Hammond owners, especially after its distinctive sound had become popular thanks to e.g. Procol Harum on "A Whiter Shade of Pale," Lee Michaels '(Do You Know What I Mean) and Spencer Davis Group in "Gimme Some Lovin'." Other users of the speakers include the '60s band Steppenwolf.