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    More ID's needed

    Thanks for the previous identification of a Leslie adapter!
    I have 2 more items that need an ID, hopefully someone can help?
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    One is another adapter, the other is a Leslie-type cabinet made by Hammond: what's inside? It's currently hooked up to an H100 series. Is the cabinet worth anything?
    Thanks in advance!


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    Can't play an note but love all things "organ" Responsible for 2/10 Wurli pipe organ, Allen 3160(wife's), Allen LL324, Allen GW319EX, ADC4600, many others. E-organ shop to fund free organ lessons for kids.

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    That's not a 'leslie type cabinet'. That's a plain, solid state Series 10 cabinet, often paired with the H series. "10-11" means that it's in the 'bog standard' styling in mahogany finish. Inside you'll find two amps each driving an 8" speaker for 'stereo' with the bass from both commoned and sent to a 15" woofer.

    Value? Almost nothing, probably. Most people will want a tube tone cabinet like a PR40 or HR40, or a Leslie of some sort.

    As for the leslie adaptor, it's a complex one, isn't it. 9 pins, so intended for a solid state model. Apart from the inclusion of the tremolo half moon, I seem to recall something very similar that was used to hook a Conn organ to a Leslie 700 or 710. Conn models like the 580 had one or two 6 pin sockets for a Leslie 251. The kit plugged into one of the sockets (internally mounted) and the kit did its thing, passing the audio straight through but with its electronics converting the speed switching from voltage control to ground switching.
    It's not what you play. It's not how you play. It's the fact that you're playing that counts.

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      #3
      Start the bids low and don’t set a reserve if you want it gone. The half moon is the most valuable thing in this lot. Everything else speaks for itself, either some willing H series owner will want it, or else it can be parted out.

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