Forum Top Banner Ad

Collapse

Ebay Classic organs

Collapse

Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

This guy is killin' me

Collapse
This topic is closed.
X
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • This guy is killin' me



    http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/msg/1006342593.html</P>


    It won't fit on the boat. I'd have to put it in my storage/shop and play it there. Only one octave of pedals to worry about. I'l likely pay 10 times that for the leslie right? Problem is I've seen A-100s for a grand. What to do what to do. I don't play, this is a learning instrument. I'm a guitarist with some music reading skills. Daaaaaang. A c note. </P>

  • #2
    Re: This guy is killin' me

    You NEED this! Then you can keep up with the conversations! You then will have a reason for a larger boat. This is one of the best Hammonds ever. I have 3 and use one in a band and I have several choices including a B3. You can study the amp and give us advice. You can learn to hook it up to different Leslies. You can brag that you own a Hammond but you WILL have to get a Leslie. It's a requirement.
    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.

    Comment


    • #3
      Re: This guy is killin' me



      [quote user="TheAdmiral"]You NEED this! Then you can keep up with the conversations! You then will have a reason for a larger boat. This is one of the best Hammonds ever. I have 3 and use one in a band and I have several choices including a B3. You can study the amp and give us advice. You can learn to hook it up to different Leslies. You can brag that you own a Hammond but you WILL have to get a Leslie. It's a requirement.
      [/quote]OK, it's all your fault. I just e-mailed the guy. I got a buddy with a studio who may let me keep it there for awhile. I'll have to completely re-arrange my shop but I think I got room for it. When she asks why, I'm gonna say you made me. Be forwarned. </P>



      Dan</P>

      Comment


      • #4
        Re: This guy is killin' me



        Hahahahaha. As if you have a choice. </p>

        Do you really need to ask!? get it. Get it. </p>

        what are you waiting for. </p>


        </p>

        Comment


        • #5
          Re: This guy is killin' me

          The ads gone, but you piqued my interest. What was it? My guess is an M3 with Leslie 125?

          Comment


          • #6
            Re: This guy is killin' me

            The ads gone, but you piqued my interest. What was it? My guess is an M3 with Leslie 125?

            Comment


            • #7
              Re: This guy is killin' me

              Somebody must have beaten me to it. It was an M3 without leslie, though he said he had one available. $100. Looked like new in the picture. Oh well. He did not respond to my queiry so a day late and a dollar short. There's another good deal around the corner.

              Comment


              • #8
                Re: This guy is killin' me



                Be patient. They truly come in waves. You will search for a few months and then one day, you'll find one. Almost immediately after securing one for yourself, the deals will start coming at you from every angle. You might 'upgrade' a time or two, but pretty soon you will have to settle down on a combo that works for you and pass the deals on to others. When that happens, your HAS will have been sated. The tone cabinets are harder to come by, however.</p>

                </p>

                Comment

                Working...
                X