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  • Adding Reverb to Rodgers Analog Organ....with Alesis reverb unit



    I have been looking on line and found references to being able to add reverb to my Rodgers 34A Analog organ.




    However, I cannot find anywhere that tells how to actually do that. Assume you have to interface the Alesis between the amps and speakers, but how and where.




    Any help?





    thank you





    Patrick



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    Re: Adding Reverb to Rodgers Analog Organ....with Alesis reverb unit



    A reverb unit like the Alesis would be installed in the low-voltage audio path before the amps, not between the amps and speakers. The most appropriate point to intercept the individual channels would be at the output chassis, which is where the cables to the amps are plugged in. I can't remember exactly where that is in a 34A, but it's well labeled and should be very obvious when you remove the back.



    If you don't have a service manual, I'd also recommend posting this on the Analog Organ User's Group as well (www.freelists.org/list/analogorgans). There are a LOT of us analog Rodgers folks that hang out there.



    -- Tom




    Rodgers 660 with additional analog rack sets (practice), 36D/C in digital conversion, Yamaha CVP-107

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