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  • L-100 line out

    My L-100 has a line out jack socket wired directly from the speakers connection.

    Is it really SAFE to use for pedals or recording? I'm really concerned about messing up something, may be anything I connect there or even the amp.

    thank you.

  • #2
    Just to get this straight, your concern is recording with bass pedals?
    1949 Hammond CV w/1960 Leslie 45 (converted to 145), using H-1 and Leslie 25 amp
    1958 & 63 Hammond M3
    1963 Hammond L100 with 70s Leslie 120
    1979 Rhodes Piano

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    • #3
      There are many ways to create a line out for an organ. Not all of them are safe. If you're worried, you should check how it is connected, and compare this with the various methods outlined in http://www.dairiki.org/HammondWiki/LineOutFromASpinet

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      • #4
        To definitively avoid being bored with hum and ground loops, ou had better to use a transformer.
        You may use :
        Edcor WSM 600 600 availabable in europe at Don Audio.
        Possible schematic : Click image for larger version

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        • #5
          Or you could just put the output of the expression pedal into a DI. But you'll lose reverb and power amp crunch if you do this.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Alek Z View Post
            Just to get this straight, your concern is recording with bass pedals?
            I want a line out for recording, and I want to keep my reverb & valve amp on the recording

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