#1
quick question, thought i'd check here to see if anyone knows their anatomy of an organ.

Does anyone know how to hook an organ mate reverb unit up to a hammond b-3? Instructions would be awesome, directions to another website with the info would be awesome too... actually any answer would be awesome, although i'm not really expecting one on a guitar site.

Thanks muchly
#2
I can't help you I'm afraid, but I wanna let you know how jealous I am cause you have a Hammond
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#3
well, i kind of do, its actually my dad's.

Oh, and he has two hammonds, his b-3 and an L100
#4
you luck son of a bitch,you could mabye put a in jack that sends the signal to the reverb then an out jack.This way you can use it on guitar.
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#5
^^ Hey, that's a good idea. Instead of the wires going to the speakers, have them routed through the reverb unit and then to the speakers
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#6
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^^ Hey, that's a good idea. Instead of the wires going to the speakers, have them routed through the reverb unit and then to the speakers

Hey Yeah! that ought to toast the reverb nicely!

you have to put the reverb before the power amp, if possible after the pre amp
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