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  • Sound of M101 through Leslie 351?

    Does anyone have an idea of how a M101 would sound through a Leslie 351 as compared to through a Leslie 125?

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    Originally posted by jwhite1362 View Post
    Does anyone have an idea of how a M101 would sound through a Leslie 351 as compared to through a Leslie 125?
    A 351 is a very good match for an M-100. It'll make a world of a difference!
    Current organs: AV, M-3, A-100
    Current Leslies: 22H, 122, 770

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      351 is designer version of a 251 which is the best leslie for an m-100 or A-100

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        Yes, you get all the benefits of a perfectly matched organ and leslie, and the good looks of the 'decorator' style cabinet, as Leslie called it. Some will say that the treble doesn't project as well as a standard 251, as the horn rotor is low down near the floor but I have to say that in a home environment, I've never really noticed it.
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