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Leslies all expensive?

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I read here that authentic/vintage Leslies are very high priced. Does that apply to all the models they made? (many how that is, I have no idea).

I saw this on Austin CL earlier. The organ is not a B3 but it has a Leslie and he wants $400 for it all.

http://austin.craigslist.org/msg/963110610.html

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The older tube models are more desirable in general than the solid state models (which I think is what the model 700 is). Models such as the 21H, 22R, 122, 122RV, 47, 147, 147RV, and 31H have a tube amplifier in them. The dual-speed models are worth more than single-speed as well.

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not always, once i replyed to a listing on free-craigslist for an absoutely ginormous larger than life full size modern designed square Yamaha church full stop console- so big you couldn't fit it in any flatbed truck- also he a seperate Leslie speaker- so it was only like 15 mi. away so i drove out there to check it out. I obviously couldn't do anything with the console--- i don t know what model it was, but it was obvisouly a very modern solid state type design but absouetly more massive than any old timey Theatre console ive ever seen. it was def. yamaha-- anyways i wanted to haggle just for the leslie. he said its all a package. since i drove all the way 15 miles out there to check it out, before i was thru, i said look, ill take the leslie now and check it out, then come back with a with a friends truck (as if it would fit) for the console.

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Pretty expensive for a 145. Then again, different market.

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