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For years, customers have sought the perfect DI to accompany the renowned 610 series Complimiters. While our options were limited, we understood the challenges posed by reactive impedance variations caused by transformers. Depending on frequencies and source impedance, these variations can alter the instrument's sound for better or worse. This often leads to dissatisfaction and the need for extensive plug-ins to achieve the desired outcome.


The BB-DI 2CH is designed to provide accurate reproduction of keyboard and guitar source signals. The unique combination of a high-quality transformer/discrete components adds minimal "color," extremely low distortion, and extended bandwidth, 20hz to 20kHz


The OB-6® desktop module is just as powerful and easy to use as its counterpart, the OB-6 Keyboard.


The OB-6® is a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration between the two most influential designers in poly synth history, Dave Smith and Tom Oberheim.


The Prophet-6 desktop module is every bit as powerful and easy to use as its counterpart, the Prophet-6 Keyboard.


The Prophet-6 is Dave Smith's tribute to the poly synth that started it all-the Sequential Prophet-5.


The Prophet Rev2 desktop module is just as powerful and easy to use as its counterpart, the Prophet Rev2 keyboard.


The Prophet Rev2 is Dave Smith's reimagining of his Prophet '08 poly synth - a modern classic that has appeared on countless recordings and stages since its debut in 2007.

MSRP: $3,899.00

The Sequential Prophet X is a potent fusion of samples-plus-synthesis and is Sequential's most ground-breaking evolution of the Prophet yet.


The Pro 3 SE is Sequential's Special Edition of its new flagship 2-VCO + wavetable mono/paraphonic synth.


The Sequential Pro 1 and Pro 2 mono synths achieved nearly legendary status in their time. So it was only natural that we build on their strengths with an even more worthy successor.


The new Prophet-10 is Dave Smith's ten-voice version of the analog poly synth that changed the world.


The new Prophet-5 is Dave Smith's timely return to the analog poly synth that changed the world.


In its traditional Red Walnut Cabinet, The Leslie 3300w employs the same electronics and audio components as the Portable Model 3300 Leslie, and provides the same performance.


The Leslie 981 is one of the most powerful Leslies ever offered. This single-channel Leslie features a two-speed horn rotor coupled to our new heavy-duty design driver, and a massive 15" woofer firing into the bass rotor.


The original, and much-beloved HAMMOND A-100 was a self-contained instrument needing no external speakers, providing the inimitable Hammond tone in a compact "footprint",

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The A-3 does for appearance what the innards of the XK-5 do for sound. If there is a photo, a description isn't really necessary.


Hybrid Multiple Key-Contact System: On classic Hammonds, pressing a key sequentially closes nine mechanical contacts: one for each drawbar. In normal play,


The Hammond XK-1c provides the full majesty and versatility of the industry standard B-3 in a compact package weighing just 16 pounds, with a price modest enough for everyone's budget.  


Professional Style Organ System


The Classic Leslie Speaker, made to Don Leslie's "Original Recipe", same as it has been since 1941. This two-speed speaker cabinet uses a traditional tube amplifier with a heavy duty driver for the horn and special design 15" woofer for the bass rotor.


The model 122A is specifically designed for older Hammond Organs requiring a separate tone cabinet for sound reproduction, such as the A,B,C and RT models.


The Leslie 3300 is one of the most powerful Leslies ever offered, and has been designed with the professional touring musician in mind.


When you want the authentic LESLIE sound, but cannot accommodate the size and weight of a traditional Leslie, or, frankly, cannot afford it; reach for the 2101mk2.


Classic Reissue Console Style Organ


The HAMMOND ORGAN has been the "Choice Of Gospel Music" since the Chicago Minister Rev. Clarence Cobbs replaced his old piano with a brand-new Hammond Organ in 1939.