ABECK Posted July 7, 2016 Share Posted July 7, 2016 Ive never been a big fan of the Leslie sound on Stop. Too dry. Lifeless. Not my thang. However, last night I was in an adventurous mood at a gig and decided to ride on stop for a while. It was, well, dry, but pleasantly punchy. Not bad for my comping purposes, but still not my preference. Well now, when I switched from stop to fast, paint started to melt from the walls, dogs and cats started sleeping with each other, the heavens opened up and shone a light on me. Yes, I see it. I see the light I shouted. OK, perhaps thats a bit overstated, but I was pleasantly surprised at the effect of going from stop to fast. Its not like I havent heard it before, but something clicked this time. I will definitely add this to my tool box. Dont get me wrong, I still enjoy the chorale setting too (not unplugging any virtual motors just yet.) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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