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    pp Pianissimo bsquared's Avatar
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    Which of these 2 Leslies is a better Deal?

    Seems like there are a few good affordable leslies out there this holiday season. Between these two, which represents the best deal? For An A-122. I'm not running the reverb through the leslie.


    https://newhaven.craigslist.org/msg/...395581192.html

    https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...98631797307091

    I know the 145 was originally built and has been maintained by Goff. asking $850.

    The 21H is now being offered for $500.
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    147 !
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    i mis-typed it, 145....not 147
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    mf Mezzo-Forte Roger Memphis's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bsquared View Post
    i mis-typed it, 145....not 147
    They're both the same except the height of the cabinet. Real workhorse Leslies... tough, dependable, and sound fabulous.
    I'd still vote for the 145... Note my set-up below... the 145 is my favorite ! With prices that low, get the better unit.
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    I would say that it depends on what style of playing you like to do.

    For rock, choose the 145. For jazz, choose the 21H.

    The 21H will have deeper bass. The 145 will be brighter.

    The 145 pictured actually has a 122 amp in it.
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    I'll take the Leopard Leslie for $250....
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Anderson View Post
    I would say that it depends on what style of playing you like to do.

    For rock, choose the 145. For jazz, choose the 21H.

    The 21H will have deeper bass. The 145 will be brighter.

    The 145 pictured actually has a 122 amp in it.
    I did not notice that. Thanks David
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    The 145 belongs to Ron Levy. Very Cool. Did not know that much about him but now I do. Anyone here ever hook up with him?
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    145 (actually a 142 equivalent) add says he as a 122 as well.

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