Leslie “G” Pedal
Featuring JACK MAHER
Featuring MIKE AQUINO
“I don’t know how the folks at Hammond managed to shrink down a vintage 140 lb Leslie cabinet and fit into the Leslie G pedal for us guitarists, but they did! All the legendary sounds are here- great for spicing up a track or turning heads on stage. A powerful tool for your arsenal.
Shane Theriot Guitarist/Music Director- “Live from Daryl’s House”, Grammy Winning Producer, Solo artist
Hot on the heels of its big brother, which has brought the magical, moving sound of the Leslie Speaker to musicians all over the world, The Leslie “G” pedal is targeted for Guitar use, but is not limited to that instrument. Based on the Digital Leslie circuitry pioneered in the best-selling Hammond “Sk” Stage Keyboards, the Leslie “G” Pedal has a smaller footprint to facilitate an easier fit into a guitarist’s pedal-board, while retaining many of the features of the popular original pedal, and at a lower price.
The “G” features three classic hot-rodded cabinet styles for the player to choose-Models 122, 147, and the 18v (the Leslie model designation of the original “Vibratone” single rotary speaker). A rotary pot allows the simultaneous adjustment of the rise and fall times (or “ramp”) of the virtual upper & lower rotors. Distance of the virtual microphone is optimized for each cabinet’s model, as is the “mix” of upper and lower levels. Overdrive is also optimized for each cabinet selected.
Exclusive to the “G” Leslie Pedal, are “Dry” and “Wet” controls. Adjustment of the “Wet” determines the volume of the effected sound sent to the output, while the “Dry” permits the straight or unaffected sound of the guitar or instrument attached and blended with the effected tone, when more clarity is desired.
A “Red Line” control, provides precise adjustment of the overall “fast” speed of the virtual rotors. A further exclusive function allows the user to store a preset of their-own design, recalled by the cabinet selector.
Two stomp switches are provided, one toggles the effect on/off, with the other controlling the slow/fast speed of the Leslie effect. When the effect is “off” the input is true bypass.
The input jack is ¼” TRS, accepting mono or stereo signal with left and right stereo output jacks.