Hammond D-100 and Leslie HL722 for Sale! $4500 for both.

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This came out of a church in NH where it was only played by a little old lady on Sunday’s. No, seriously that’s true.

The D-100 and Leslie were not originally designed to work together, but thanks to Michael at TrekII Products in New Jersey https://www.trekii.com/ I was able to install a kit that now has them happily working together.

I wired in an 11 pin socket for the Leslie, connected the two switches and now you can play through the built in amp, the Leslie, or both. And the Leslie has Chorale, Tremolo, and full stop.

I also replaced a couple of tubes in the D, replaced the belt for the horn in the Leslie and installed a new crossover amp in the Leslie.


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I made a little video so you could get some idea of the sound, although there is no substitute for hearing it in person (or at least through some really good speakers or headphones). You can watch/hear it on YouTube here


And you can see additional pictures here: https://pianoworld.com/hammond-d100-for-sale/


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