Music Player Network
Previous Thread
Next Thread
Print Thread
Page 3 of 4 1 2 3 4
Re: New Mojo
Delaware Dave #3037089 04/06/20 04:41 PM
Joined: Nov 2014
Posts: 8,280
Likes: 58
MP Hall of Fame Member
Online Content
MP Hall of Fame Member
Joined: Nov 2014
Posts: 8,280
Likes: 58
Originally Posted by Delaware Dave
For quick gigs I use my PC3 and the Voce. I guess I finally will be able to retire the Voce to EBAY.

Dave. I believe you have the Gemini rack, ya? Any reason using this would be preferable to your Kurzweil controlling the Gemini?


Live: Casio PX-560, Roland VR-700
Home: Rebuilt 1910 Chickering 5'2", Fender Rhodes MKI 88k, Yamaha S90ES
Keyboard Corner Island
Re: New Mojo
Jinkings #3037096 04/06/20 05:02 PM
Joined: Apr 2011
Posts: 3,745
Likes: 19
MP Hall of Fame Member
Offline
MP Hall of Fame Member
Joined: Apr 2011
Posts: 3,745
Likes: 19
Speed. PC3 + Voce/Vent quicker to setup than PC3 + Gemini + Voce MIDI drawbar unit. More unboxings, midi cables, power supplies and when things aren't working more troubleshooting time (the latter almost every gig). Could also eliminate the Vent if I swap the new tabletop for the Voce since the Voce requires a leslie sim, one less thing to hookup.

Price is important, might keep the Voce in the mix if the desktop is cost prohibitive.


57 Hammond B3; 69 Hammond L100P; 68 Leslie 122; Kurzweil PC3; GEM Equinox; Voce V5+; Neo Vent; EV ELX112P; GSI Gemini Desktop Module;
http://www.dyinbreedband.com
www.facebook.com/acoustaxx/
Re: New Mojo
Jinkings #3037099 04/06/20 05:12 PM
Joined: Sep 2000
Posts: 21,558
Likes: 253
4x KCFFL Champ
20k Club
Offline
4x KCFFL Champ
20k Club
Joined: Sep 2000
Posts: 21,558
Likes: 253
Classic is $2,299 MAP. Desktop is $999 MAP.

dB

Re: New Mojo
Delaware Dave #3037101 04/06/20 05:19 PM
Joined: Feb 2014
Posts: 253
Likes: 4
C
Senior Member
Offline
Senior Member
C
Joined: Feb 2014
Posts: 253
Likes: 4
Originally Posted by Delaware Dave
Speed. PC3 + Voce/Vent quicker to setup than PC3 + Gemini + Voce MIDI drawbar unit. More unboxings, midi cables, power supplies and when things aren't working more troubleshooting time (the latter almost every gig). Could also eliminate the Vent if I swap the new tabletop for the Voce since the Voce requires a leslie sim, one less thing to hookup.

Price is important, might keep the Voce in the mix if the desktop is cost prohibitive.

But without the Gemini you are going to lose the extra sounds like the EPs.

Imagine a Gemini inside the desktop module that would have been incredible.

Re: New Mojo
Dave Bryce #3037103 04/06/20 05:26 PM
Joined: Feb 2014
Posts: 253
Likes: 4
C
Senior Member
Offline
Senior Member
C
Joined: Feb 2014
Posts: 253
Likes: 4
Originally Posted by Dave Bryce
Classic is $2,299 MAP. Desktop is $999 MAP.

dB

The Legend Expander is only about £500 in UK - so the Crumar desktop looks pricey. But the Crumar has the screen plus a few other features.

Re: New Mojo
Jinkings #3037143 04/06/20 07:28 PM
Joined: Nov 2014
Posts: 8,280
Likes: 58
MP Hall of Fame Member
Online Content
MP Hall of Fame Member
Joined: Nov 2014
Posts: 8,280
Likes: 58
What do we have for alternatives to the Mojo drawbar desktop still in production?


Live: Casio PX-560, Roland VR-700
Home: Rebuilt 1910 Chickering 5'2", Fender Rhodes MKI 88k, Yamaha S90ES
Re: New Mojo
Dave Bryce #3037147 04/06/20 07:56 PM
Joined: Apr 2011
Posts: 3,745
Likes: 19
MP Hall of Fame Member
Offline
MP Hall of Fame Member
Joined: Apr 2011
Posts: 3,745
Likes: 19
Originally Posted by Dave Bryce
" ..... Desktop is $999 MAP..."
Ouch..... The Gemini module is not that much more. That one hurt.... Guess I'll stick with the Voce/Vent.


57 Hammond B3; 69 Hammond L100P; 68 Leslie 122; Kurzweil PC3; GEM Equinox; Voce V5+; Neo Vent; EV ELX112P; GSI Gemini Desktop Module;
http://www.dyinbreedband.com
www.facebook.com/acoustaxx/
Re: New Mojo
Delaware Dave #3037167 04/06/20 10:21 PM
Joined: Nov 2014
Posts: 8,280
Likes: 58
MP Hall of Fame Member
Online Content
MP Hall of Fame Member
Joined: Nov 2014
Posts: 8,280
Likes: 58
Originally Posted by Delaware Dave
Originally Posted by Dave Bryce
" ..... Desktop is $999 MAP..."
Ouch..... The Gemini module is not that much more. That one hurt.... Guess I'll stick with the Voce/Vent.

Street price should be like $850 which would be competitive with the Viscount. These will need a shoot out.


Live: Casio PX-560, Roland VR-700
Home: Rebuilt 1910 Chickering 5'2", Fender Rhodes MKI 88k, Yamaha S90ES
Re: New Mojo
Jinkings #3037175 04/06/20 10:44 PM
Joined: May 2004
Posts: 4,395
Likes: 29
MP Hall of Fame Member
Offline
MP Hall of Fame Member
Joined: May 2004
Posts: 4,395
Likes: 29
At first glance I’d be more inclined to go with a D9X + B-3X iOS.


Rod
With the lights out, it’s less dangerous; go ahead now, entertain us,
I feel stupid and contagious; go ahead now, entertain us.
Re: New Mojo
ElmerJFudd #3037177 04/06/20 10:55 PM
Joined: Aug 2008
Posts: 4,806
Likes: 4
A
MP Hall of Fame Member
Offline
MP Hall of Fame Member
A
Joined: Aug 2008
Posts: 4,806
Likes: 4
Originally Posted by ElmerJFudd
What do we have for alternatives to the Mojo drawbar desktop still in production?

THIS

But I also know,- for the latest HX3 expander,- there´s a new drawbar-controller unit in the pipeline, which according to keyboardpartner "leaves nothing to be desired".

My last contact is about 3 weeks ago and now I´m waiting every day because when I asked for estimated release date, they said "rather in 4 weeks"

I´d appreciate a HX3.5 expander w/ such a remote-controller since the "old" one was discontinued because of not covering all the new features HX3.5 offers.

smile

A.C.

Re: New Mojo
Jinkings #3037240 04/07/20 11:29 AM
Joined: Jul 2018
Posts: 753
Likes: 5
Gold Member
Offline
Gold Member
Joined: Jul 2018
Posts: 753
Likes: 5
Interesting. I'm glad they're finally bringing the dual manual up to spec with the Mojo61. As a 61 owner, there are a few things I find myself drooling over (besides the second man), however, it's not really a leapfrog, for the most part this is a dual-61 with a few curious design decisions, some positive, some negative. On the positive: FINALLY they've replaced the dumb Vib/Chorus button with a nob. I'm not a big V/C user, but this design made positively no sense to me. The new buttons are snazzy, I was not a fan of the black INVISIBLE Prophet buttons with LEDs. These feel much more like a traditional organ, and they're far more visible. On the negative: gone are the nice chicken-head nobs for Volume/Drive. Those were the best controls on the unit, and I was hoping for some mini chicken-head nobs for the smaller controls, oh well. Also, the "shift" button looks to be in a far more awkward spot than it is on the 61. I'm not a huge fan of doubling-up controls, however, the SHIFT button becomes super easy to do one-handed over on the far right. Missed opportunity is, they should just have more single-function controls overall. The dedicated "Percussion Level" nob is an interesting choice, but I'd be tempted to play with it too much I think.

One of the few things I wish the Mojo had was a couple user-definable nobs for things like EPiano tremolo speed or delay time. I would rather have those on the hood than Perc Vol. And TBH, I don't really mess with the Click volume much either. If space was a concern, I could think of some other functions that would make more sense than having those up front, but just MHO.

Light-up logo on the front... LAME. Very lame. I hope it can be disabled.


Puck Funk! smile

Equipment: Laptop running lots of nerdy software, some keyboards, noise makers…yada yada yada…maybe a cat?
Re: New Mojo
Jinkings #3037247 04/07/20 12:33 PM
Joined: Jan 2020
Posts: 1
W
Member
Offline
Member
W
Joined: Jan 2020
Posts: 1
Sorry if missing something here. So the new classic is based on the same internal architecture as the Mojo 61? The mojo 61 has is able to store some very good additional sounds. Does anyone know if this new Classic has any of the extra voices present in the Mojo 61? Rhodes, wurli, clavinet etc? Seems a bit cruel to bring out a new model then reduce the features.


Reface CP, YC. Rhodes 73 MKII Stage. Akai MPK88
Re: New Mojo
EricBarker #3037249 04/07/20 12:39 PM
Joined: Aug 2017
Posts: 1,050
Likes: 97
Platinum Member
Online Content
Platinum Member
Joined: Aug 2017
Posts: 1,050
Likes: 97
Originally Posted by EricBarker
One of the few things I wish the Mojo had was a couple user-definable nobs for things like EPiano tremolo speed or delay time. I would rather have those on the hood than Perc Vol.
User-definable knobs are a cool idea; I've taken advantage of it a bit on my XT with a USB midi controller and the MIDI-learn feature. I'm wondering if this Mojo will have all of the additional instruments of the 61; it feels like it would be a missed opportunity not to... but we'll see re: multitimbrality and flexibility. I know the 61-plus-lower-manual can't play organ and another sound simultaneously; the older dual-manuals, of course, can do that, but it's famously inflexible as far as which piano and which organ goes on which manual. I've found the built-in Rhodes useful for rehearsal, but if I'm playing a gig where the Mojo is my main keyboard, it's a Mainstage controller for everything other than organ.
Originally Posted by EricBarker
TBH, I don't really mess with the Click volume much either.
It's funny how tricky it is to market features towards such a specific, idiosyncratic market (gigging Hammond players who crave authenticity, at least for certain features). I actually mess with the click volume a fair amount -- not as much as drive or reverb, but I tend to like a LOT of click, and every now and then I find myself playing a ballad and it's too much.

Originally Posted by EricBarker
Light-up logo on the front... LAME. Very lame. I hope it can be disabled.
I'm finding I like goofy light-up nonsense more than most. I mean, I bought a LUMI, what does THAT tell you?


Samuel B. Lupowitz
Composer. Arranger. Musician. Food Enthusiast. Bad Pun Aficionado.
Re: New Mojo
Jinkings #3037250 04/07/20 12:53 PM
Joined: Apr 2011
Posts: 3,745
Likes: 19
MP Hall of Fame Member
Offline
MP Hall of Fame Member
Joined: Apr 2011
Posts: 3,745
Likes: 19
What are the advantages of this over a Mojo 61 + a separate lower manual purchase, other than the separate drawbars for lower and pedal? neither have an 11 pin however the 61 has the extra voices. For flexibility purposes I'd go with the 61 and separate lower manual and use the lower manual when necessary and leave it home when unnecessary. For a classic rock gig where you need a basic piano, EP's, Clav and organ you could get by with the 61 (although 61 keys are limited for piano) whereas the new dual is just an organ (w/ no 11 pin).

Separately, I do like the drawbar controller and have been waiting for him to roll one out so that I can retire the Voce but, geez, the price is up there ....


57 Hammond B3; 69 Hammond L100P; 68 Leslie 122; Kurzweil PC3; GEM Equinox; Voce V5+; Neo Vent; EV ELX112P; GSI Gemini Desktop Module;
http://www.dyinbreedband.com
www.facebook.com/acoustaxx/
Re: New Mojo
Jinkings #3037254 04/07/20 01:17 PM
Joined: Feb 2005
Posts: 36
J
Senior Member
Offline
Senior Member
J
Joined: Feb 2005
Posts: 36
In the connection panel there seems to be a jack for a sustain pedal.. I wonder what this is for if there are no extra voices..?

Jyrki

Last edited by jyrkik; 04/07/20 01:17 PM.

Nord Stage 3 88, Moog Voyager OS, Moog Little Phatty TE, Nord Lead A1, Crumar Mojo 61, Kawai US-50 upright, Rhodes MkII 73, DIY 5U modular, Beltuna Studio 3 and Fantini cassotto accordions
Re: New Mojo
jyrkik #3037265 04/07/20 02:30 PM
Joined: Sep 2000
Posts: 21,558
Likes: 253
4x KCFFL Champ
20k Club
Offline
4x KCFFL Champ
20k Club
Joined: Sep 2000
Posts: 21,558
Likes: 253
Originally Posted by jyrkik
In the connection panel there seems to be a jack for a sustain pedal.. I wonder what this is for if there are no extra voices..?
Rotary speed, I would guess.

dB

Re: New Mojo
Jinkings #3037267 04/07/20 02:39 PM
Joined: Jan 2010
Posts: 3,414
Likes: 58
MP Hall of Fame Member
Offline
MP Hall of Fame Member
Joined: Jan 2010
Posts: 3,414
Likes: 58
I assume the Classic is aimed at the "real organ players" market -- the folks who want a familiar physical setup that facilitates muscle memory when reaching for controls.

If you were going to make the Classic dual timbral, there would have to be additional physical controls (as opposed to doubling functions as the Mojo 61 does) and maybe additional DSP power(?). They have to stay price competitive with the Legend.

It's pretty easy to use software for extra sounds. There's some cost associated with it, but there would also be cost associated with a dual timbral hardware set up. The most annoying part of it for me is having a separate set of stereo outs. I use an SS3 so separate outs means a mixer.

I would like to see a dual timbral version of the Mojo 61, but I think it's not in the cards.


Gigging: Yamaha YC61, Crumar Mojo 61, Yamaha P121
Traveling: Yamaha MX49, Reface CP and CS
Home: Vintage Vibe 64
Re: New Mojo
Delaware Dave #3037271 04/07/20 02:52 PM
Joined: Oct 2009
Posts: 14,703
Likes: 37
MPN Advisory Board
10k Club
Offline
MPN Advisory Board
10k Club
Joined: Oct 2009
Posts: 14,703
Likes: 37
Originally Posted by samuelblupowitz
Originally Posted by EricBarker
TBH, I don't really mess with the Click volume much either.
It's funny how tricky it is to market features towards such a specific, idiosyncratic market (gigging Hammond players who crave authenticity, at least for certain features). I actually mess with the click volume a fair amount -- not as much as drive or reverb, but I tend to like a LOT of click, and every now and then I find myself playing a ballad and it's too much.
OTOH, on the real thing, click on a given unit is what it is, you can't vary it. On any clone I've played, I've always settled on an amount and left it there. But yeah, I can see where someone might want to be able to vary it.

Originally Posted by Delaware Dave
What are the advantages of this over a Mojo 61 + a separate lower manual purchase, other than the separate drawbars for lower and pedal?
I guess aesthetics, and ergonomically being able to get the two manuals just a bit closer to each other (as they "should" be). Also maybe this will be cheaper than the combination of a 61 and lower manual unit?


Maybe this is the best place for a shameless plug! Our new video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZRC3b4p4EI is a 40 minute adaptation of T. S. Eliot's "Prufrock" - check it out!
Re: New Mojo
Jinkings #3037282 04/07/20 04:00 PM
Joined: Sep 2000
Posts: 21,558
Likes: 253
4x KCFFL Champ
20k Club
Offline
4x KCFFL Champ
20k Club
Joined: Sep 2000
Posts: 21,558
Likes: 253
Crumar infoms me that they are planning an introductory special on the desktop - $899 MAP.

dB

Re: New Mojo
Dave Bryce #3037302 04/07/20 05:38 PM
Joined: Apr 2011
Posts: 3,745
Likes: 19
MP Hall of Fame Member
Offline
MP Hall of Fame Member
Joined: Apr 2011
Posts: 3,745
Likes: 19
Originally Posted by Dave Bryce
Crumar infoms me that they are planning an introductory special on the desktop - $899 MAP.dB

A MAP price is a minimum amount that resellers agree not to advertise below. For example, if a backpack company sets a MAP price of $50 for its best selling item then all resellers including brick and mortar stores and Amazon resellers are obligated to advertise this product at $50 or more.

I was hoping from $999 (original price) that there would be a discount (like 15%) so that the market price would be $850. Since this doesn't appear to be the case then $899 is the minimum introductory price to be expected and then the minimum price would move essentially to $1000.


57 Hammond B3; 69 Hammond L100P; 68 Leslie 122; Kurzweil PC3; GEM Equinox; Voce V5+; Neo Vent; EV ELX112P; GSI Gemini Desktop Module;
http://www.dyinbreedband.com
www.facebook.com/acoustaxx/
Re: New Mojo
Jinkings #3037307 04/07/20 06:01 PM
Joined: Apr 2006
Posts: 422
Senior Member
Offline
Senior Member
Joined: Apr 2006
Posts: 422
The Classic certainly looks great, and the flat top has me considering trading up, the top controls is the only thing I don't like about my Mojo.

But being slightly bigger and heavier will probably stay my hand, not looking to carry more Mojo.

Re: New Mojo
Jinkings #3037342 04/07/20 07:58 PM
Joined: Feb 2015
Posts: 64
Likes: 2
J
Senior Member
Offline
Senior Member
J
Joined: Feb 2015
Posts: 64
Likes: 2
I might be in the market for a dual manual organ soon (once I’ve sold some stuff) so the Classic could be a key contender for me.

I don’t see the lack of extra voices as a great loss though. I had a Mojo 61 for a while and whilst the Rhodes was nice, I prefer a Wurli, as it tends to cut better with loud guitars and drums. I wasn’t convinced by the Crumar Wurli sound though, it felt a bit plasticky to me and I just think samples capture the attack of a Wurli much better.


Nord Electro 6D 61, Hammond SK2, Wurlitzer EP200A, Neo Mini Vent, Neo Vent II, EV ZLX12P
Re: New Mojo
Delaware Dave #3037367 04/07/20 09:34 PM
Joined: Sep 2000
Posts: 21,558
Likes: 253
4x KCFFL Champ
20k Club
Offline
4x KCFFL Champ
20k Club
Joined: Sep 2000
Posts: 21,558
Likes: 253
Originally Posted by Delaware Dave
Originally Posted by Dave Bryce
Crumar infoms me that they are planning an introductory special on the desktop - $899 MAP.dB

A MAP price is a minimum amount that resellers agree not to advertise below. For example, if a backpack company sets a MAP price of $50 for its best selling item then all resellers including brick and mortar stores and Amazon resellers are obligated to advertise this product at $50 or more.
"Obligated" is an odd term. idk

I'm way familiar with the concept of MAP, as well as the arguments in favor and against it and a decent amount of the legal aspects. I can easily do a fifteen minute rant on the subject. My least favorite thing is that (in my experience) most consumers look at MAP the way they used to look at MSRP - as the price where they start looking to get a better deal.

To be clear, MAP is not like what some manufacturers call Unilateral Pricing Policy, where the dealers have to agree to sell the product for a certain price before they can carry the product. MAP is not terribly easy to enforce...UPP is easier, believe it or not.


Quote
I was hoping from $999 (original price) that there would be a discount (like 15%) so that the market price would be $850.

See? Perfect illustration of what I said above. You see MAP as the place where the discounting starts...when, in fact, MAP is a discounted price from the $1049 MSRP, and the $899 intro price actually does have a 15% discount.from MSRP, though not from the (already discounted) MAP.

Quote
Since this doesn't appear to be the case then $899 is the minimum introductory price to be expected and then the minimum price would move essentially to $1000.
Minimum ADVERTISED price, yes. Dealers can sell it for whatever they want, of course. smile

dB

Re: New Mojo
SamuelBLupowitz #3037378 04/07/20 10:55 PM
Joined: Jul 2018
Posts: 753
Likes: 5
Gold Member
Offline
Gold Member
Joined: Jul 2018
Posts: 753
Likes: 5
Originally Posted by samuelblupowitz
Originally Posted by EricBarker
Light-up logo on the front... LAME. Very lame. I hope it can be disabled.
I'm finding I like goofy light-up nonsense more than most. I mean, I bought a LUMI, what does THAT tell you?
Burn the Witch! (lol)

Huge Roli endorser, but was unimpressed with the Lumi. But I'm pretty flamboyant so I get it's appeal. I was mostly upset that they chose to go with a small-scale key size, and then had the gaul to create an informercial by a "professional music psychologist" claiming that it was a scientifically superior key size than a piano keyboard. That was NOT cool. I wrote them a letter about it. Otherwise, neat little unit. Pretty much the only option for a travel keyboard as you can build it in sections. If it had full scale keys, I'd get 4 of them and it would be a fantastic flight board! Don't get me wrong, I'm all about the glitz. I decked out my keyboard and keytar with LED light strips for a while. I just find a front-facing logo distracting. I'd rather have it on the back!

It's hard for me to imagine they won't include the same sounds as the Mojo61. For their ease of software coding, it just makes sense. With this revision they can use the same software as the Mojo61. They can probably even put it in the same firmware package. That simplifies the software end of things GREATLY. I'm hoping that this benefits us 61 owners with some nice new software updates. Maybe a better Acoustic Piano (hope hope hope)?


Puck Funk! smile

Equipment: Laptop running lots of nerdy software, some keyboards, noise makers…yada yada yada…maybe a cat?
Re: New Mojo
Dave Bryce #3037405 04/08/20 01:30 AM
Joined: Mar 2018
Posts: 160
Z
Senior Member
Offline
Senior Member
Z
Joined: Mar 2018
Posts: 160
Is the Mojo XT sticking around or is this a replacement? Other than the Leslie connection, is there anything else missing on the Classic?

Was holding out on getting the XT to wait for the DSP based replacement, but initial impressions are not quite making it for me...

What does one use for keybeds on the desktop unit? Is it mostly for people who don't care about dual manual with organ feel?

-Z-

Re: New Mojo
Jinkings #3037469 04/08/20 12:51 PM
Joined: May 2007
Posts: 887
Likes: 16
J
Gold Member
Offline
Gold Member
J
Joined: May 2007
Posts: 887
Likes: 16
So it's a Viscount Legend Live with the Crumar organ, minus the additional drawbars of the Legend and the leslie output connector.


Yamaha U1 Upright, Roland Fantom 8, Roland Jupiter X, Nord Stage 3C, AX Edge Keytar, Viscount Legend Live, Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol S61 Mk2, Arturia V Collection 7, Komplete 12 Ultimate
Re: New Mojo
woodshedjones #3037474 04/08/20 01:05 PM
Joined: Dec 2012
Posts: 2,860
Likes: 29
S
MP Hall of Fame Member
Offline
MP Hall of Fame Member
S
Joined: Dec 2012
Posts: 2,860
Likes: 29
Originally Posted by woodshedjones
Sorry if missing something here. So the new classic is based on the same internal architecture as the Mojo 61? The mojo 61 has is able to store some very good additional sounds. Does anyone know if this new Classic has any of the extra voices present in the Mojo 61? Rhodes, wurli, clavinet etc? Seems a bit cruel to bring out a new model then reduce the features.


Yes, I'm wondering the same thing. Removing those voices would probably take this off the table for me, or at least would have me strongly considering the Legend module since it's cheaper for just organ. Not optimistic since the desktop ONLY mentions organ, while the other Mojos prominently mention the other sounds.

Re: New Mojo
jeffinpghpa #3037520 04/08/20 04:13 PM
Joined: Jan 2010
Posts: 3,414
Likes: 58
MP Hall of Fame Member
Offline
MP Hall of Fame Member
Joined: Jan 2010
Posts: 3,414
Likes: 58
Originally Posted by jeffinpghpa
So it's a Viscount Legend Live with the Crumar organ, minus the additional drawbars of the Legend and the leslie output connector.

Key action is a consideration. Viscount is considerably stiffer, to the point where some people just don't like it. Crumar much easier to play and closer to the feel of a real Hammond.

If you need a Leslie connector or like having extra drawbars, then I could see choosing the Viscount despite the stiffer action (which reportedly loosens up a bit over time). Since I don't need those things, the better action would tilt the comparison strongly towards Crumar.

I see no evidence that the Crumar Classic or Deskstop has extra voices. The Desktop, from the looks of it, should be able to switch through snapshots from the editor, so you can switch models without an outboard editor. That would have been a nice feature on the Classic but doesn't seem to be there.


Gigging: Yamaha YC61, Crumar Mojo 61, Yamaha P121
Traveling: Yamaha MX49, Reface CP and CS
Home: Vintage Vibe 64
Re: New Mojo
Jinkings #3037625 04/08/20 09:13 PM
Joined: Apr 2011
Posts: 3,745
Likes: 19
MP Hall of Fame Member
Offline
MP Hall of Fame Member
Joined: Apr 2011
Posts: 3,745
Likes: 19
Guido mentioned on another forum that the 11 pin is available as an accessory, so he does have a solution. I guess he's thinking along the lines of a real hammond where if you want a leslie connected you need a leslie connection box. His accessory is his version of the leslie connection box.


57 Hammond B3; 69 Hammond L100P; 68 Leslie 122; Kurzweil PC3; GEM Equinox; Voce V5+; Neo Vent; EV ELX112P; GSI Gemini Desktop Module;
http://www.dyinbreedband.com
www.facebook.com/acoustaxx/
Re: New Mojo
Delaware Dave #3037662 04/08/20 11:36 PM
Joined: Feb 2005
Posts: 21,517
Likes: 75
Triple Secret Banninated
20k Club
Offline
Triple Secret Banninated
20k Club
Joined: Feb 2005
Posts: 21,517
Likes: 75
Originally Posted by Delaware Dave
Guido mentioned on another forum that the 11 pin is available as an accessory, so he does have a solution. I guess he's thinking along the lines of a real hammond where if you want a leslie connected you need a leslie connection box. His accessory is his version of the leslie connection box.
He posted about this box on the Crumar FB page today.

https://www.facebook.com/instruments.crumar/posts/1269700049890481


The great thing about music is that there's always something to learn. The frustrating thing about music is that there's always something to learn!
Page 3 of 4 1 2 3 4

Moderated by  Dave Bryce, Stephen Fortner 

Link Copied to Clipboard
Powered by UBB.threads™ PHP Forum Software 7.7.4