Need tips for maximizing my dynacord CLS-222 leslie sim.

Posted by Gstring on Sat, 03/09/02 - 16:22:41.

I would like to hear any input of how to nail Gilmours leslie sound. I noticed his CLS-222 is modified although I don't know in what way. Let me know of any tips from getting that good Hammond B3 overdrive to that sweet leslie modulation sound. I am Currently using a Bogner Ecstacy 100B. Its all tube but I haven't got that good overdrive sound down yet. List everything I should look into including pedals and racks of any sort. Thanks for your help!

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CLS 222 Remote - Switcher

Hello,
I´m looking for a Remote Switcher for my Leslie Simulator CLS 222 from Dynacord, or the way to make one by myself.
Who can help me?
Thanx
Dieter Rubach

Re: CLS 222 Remote - Switcher

Hello
Are you still looking for the info?
I have just recently got a CLS 222 with foot switch. It is a stereo jack at the cls end with two on/off switches - I assume it is wired one to the tip, the other to the ring to switch slow/fast and rotor/stop. I can open it up and check the wiring if necessary.

I am after info on how to adjust the slow and fast rotor speeds. The slow is ok but the fast is too fast - if anyone can help.

Re: CLS 222 Remote - Switcher

: Hello,
: I´m looking for a Remote Switcher for my Leslie Simulator CLS 222 from Dynacord, or the way to make one by myself.
: Who can help me?
: Thanx
: Dieter Rubach

Re: CLS 222 Remote - Switcher

: : Hello,
: : I´m looking for a Remote Switcher for my Leslie Simulator CLS 222 from Dynacord, or the way to make one by myself.
: : Who can help me?
: : Thanx
: : Dieter Rubach

You should be able to gather the wires from two normal switch pedals into a stereo jack - you will have to twist the ground wires together. Then you have two wires one for the tip and one for the back of the stereo jack. I cant remember which is which one is for stop and one i for fast/slow switching.

I have assumed that the CLS 222 usess non-latching switch pedals.

Hope this helps.

Christian

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