The Beatles, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Pink Floyd, Peter Frampton and the Ides of March's Jim Peterik are just a few of the great guitarists who have embraced the unique and unmistakable sound of a guitar played through a genuine LESLIE speaker. Leslie is proud to announce the G37 - the first Leslie equipped with an onboard guitar amp, and the G27 if you prefer to use your own amp. These Leslies are truly portable and truly affordable. Whether Electric or Acoustic, it's the ultimate accessory for your guitar rig!
- Single-Channel Input: Features low and high gain input jacks
- Two-speed Horn & Bass Rotor: Slow/fast speeds can be individually adjusted. Horn & bass rotor will automatically stop in the forward position when the stop mode is selected. this maximizes the sound towards the audience.
- Amplified: Vacuum tube preamp with a 100-Watt RMS solid-state power amplifier
- Speakers: 12" vintage V30 speaker made with all original materials and a high-frequency horn driver.
- Control Inputs: Channel Select foot switch, speed select foot switch (slow, fast, stop), variable speed control pedal (V-20RT)
- Controls: Slow rotor speed: fast rotor speed, Power Switch, Clean Volume, CH Select, Overdrive: Gain, Volume, Contour Equalizer: Treble, mid, bass
- Cabinet: Rugged-built, black painted cabinet is constructed of 3/4" MDF, with protective corners and two folding handles
- Power Supply: 120V AC, 60Hz
- Dimensions: 29 1/4"(W) x 20 1/2"(D) x 26 3/4"(H)
- Included Accessories: FS-10TL Dual foot switches, (16' cord included), enables the control of the speed of the rotors (slow, fast, stop)
- Optional Accessories: V-20RT speed control pedal, FS-1TL single foot switch used to remotely control Channel Select
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