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    I guess I've just never seen one before, but were they produced this way or is it a custom job?</p>

    http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/msg/1196827075.html</p>

    Looks awesome paired with that M3. I think it's a 21H?
    </p>
    1955 M3 (in good hands!)
    1962 A100
    1942 BC
    too many other keyboards...

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    Re: Ebony Leslie?

    I BELIEVE custom job..refinished later in life somewhere. I've seen a smattering of ebonized Hammonds...mostly M3's though so perhaps they did make some? I don't recall seeing any ebonized B3's listed anywhere...but have seen a C model of sorts.

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    • #3
      Re: Ebony Leslie?



      hmm...  </p>

       </p>

      i hate people who say "make an offer"</p>

       </p>

      i offered one $28 for a little leslie just to see what he really wanted. (ok, that's all i had in my pocket at the time too...)  he said he had an offer over $150.</p>

       he later reposted his listing "first $150 takes it"</p>

      then he reposted the same listing again.</p>

      no takers.</p>

       </p>

      then he re listed again</p>

       </p>

      still no takers. </p>

        serves that sucker right.  it's well worth that price, but....</p>

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      • #4
        Re: Ebony Leslie?

        Yes, that is a standard Leslie Model 44W. 20 watt amp with 4-6v6 tubes. Short like the 145 and produced before it and evolved into the 145. Ebony was standard from Leslie just not too common. Somewhat rare, in fact. I have one just like it. That's a nice set for sale. Someone needs to jump on it. I would if I were there.
        Hammonds: A; AB; B3; D; E; 6-M3's; 2-A100; T582C.
        Leslies: 3-31H; 21H, 22H, 4-44W; 46W; 25; 47; 45; 125; 50C; 51; 55C; 2-120; 122; 122A; 145; 147; 245; 770; 825; 2-102; 2-103; 300.
        Wicks 2/5 pipe organ; Yamaha upright; Kurzweil Micro Piano & Micro B with M-Audio Oxygen 61; Yamaha DGX520; Wurlitzer 4100 (it came with a Leslie!). Peavey KB100 keyboard amp. Peavey Bass Guitar. Yes, I have A. D. (acquisition disorder) and don't want it cured.

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        • #5
          Re: Ebony Leslie?

          What would you offer for it? The problem is, I don't need another M3. I could always sell that separately though. I just don't want to come across as a lowballer...even though I'd like to get a great deal on it depending on what he/she wants.
          1955 M3 (in good hands!)
          1962 A100
          1942 BC
          too many other keyboards...

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          • #6
            Re: Ebony Leslie?

            I would offer around $300. figuring 200 on the Leslie and 100 on the M3. If you don't want the M3 then bring it on down and I'll take it off your hands. Don't worry about the lowball. Seller should not be upset when they say make an offer and don't provide any guidelines. He should be doing the pricing. It's his stuff.
            Hammonds: A; AB; B3; D; E; 6-M3's; 2-A100; T582C.
            Leslies: 3-31H; 21H, 22H, 4-44W; 46W; 25; 47; 45; 125; 50C; 51; 55C; 2-120; 122; 122A; 145; 147; 245; 770; 825; 2-102; 2-103; 300.
            Wicks 2/5 pipe organ; Yamaha upright; Kurzweil Micro Piano & Micro B with M-Audio Oxygen 61; Yamaha DGX520; Wurlitzer 4100 (it came with a Leslie!). Peavey KB100 keyboard amp. Peavey Bass Guitar. Yes, I have A. D. (acquisition disorder) and don't want it cured.

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            • #7
              Re: Ebony Leslie?



              Thanks for the tip. If Alabama wasn't so far from here I would certainly do so--I could use the Hammond lessons (that's part of the deal right? [;)]). I might have a friend interested in the M3 though. I just emailed the seller and we'll see what he says.</p>

              Also, as a side note, you can barely read it but the Form designation appears to be A2. That should further confirm the A2 = ebony theory on the other thread.
              </p>
              1955 M3 (in good hands!)
              1962 A100
              1942 BC
              too many other keyboards...

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              • #8
                Re: Ebony Leslie?

                [quote user="redoctoberff"]


                Also, as a side note, you can barely read it but the Form designation appears to be A2. That should further confirm the A2 = ebony theory on the other thread.
                [/quote]</P>


                Ah, excellent sleuthing sir! [D]</P>
                Nobody loves me but my mother,
                And she could be jivin' too...

                --BB King

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                • #9
                  Re: Ebony Leslie?

                  [quote user="redoctoberff"]

                  Thanks for the tip. If Alabama wasn't so far from here I would certainly do so--I could use the Hammond lessons (that's part of the deal right? [;)]). </p>

                  [/quote]</p>

                  Yes, [Y] if you deliver that to Alabama you get free Hammond lessons on your choice of organs from the list below and you get to choose any 4 Leslies to play it through at the same time! I don't even need air conditioning when the Leslies are all on fast/tremolo. [H]
                  </p>
                  Hammonds: A; AB; B3; D; E; 6-M3's; 2-A100; T582C.
                  Leslies: 3-31H; 21H, 22H, 4-44W; 46W; 25; 47; 45; 125; 50C; 51; 55C; 2-120; 122; 122A; 145; 147; 245; 770; 825; 2-102; 2-103; 300.
                  Wicks 2/5 pipe organ; Yamaha upright; Kurzweil Micro Piano & Micro B with M-Audio Oxygen 61; Yamaha DGX520; Wurlitzer 4100 (it came with a Leslie!). Peavey KB100 keyboard amp. Peavey Bass Guitar. Yes, I have A. D. (acquisition disorder) and don't want it cured.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Ebony Leslie?

                    Hahaha, that sounds so awesome.
                    1955 M3 (in good hands!)
                    1962 A100
                    1942 BC
                    too many other keyboards...

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