Leslie 2101mk2 Rotary Speaker


When you want the authentic LESLIE sound, but cannot accommodate the size and weight of a traditional Leslie, or, frankly, cannot afford it; reach no further than the 2101mk2.

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Portable top rotating Leslie speaker originally designed for the Hammond SK range of organs.

It’s the “top half” of our traditional Leslie with all the unique and patented features that musicians have come to depend on, coupled with a perfect digital simulation of the lower rotor. When you consider the onboard tube preamp, and the widest range of “tweakability” of any Leslie ever; the 2101mk2 is a clear choice for pro and hobbyist alike.

The 2121 allows you to run the organ drawbars through the Leslie speaker so you can get the fabulous Hammond/Leslie sound, and the ‘OTHER’ sounds on the SK 1 range like Pianos, Electric Pianos etc. to play through the stereo amps and speakers.

It’s powered with 50 watts RMS for the spinning Leslie speaker and 75 watts RMS X 2 for the stereo stationary channel giving 200 watts RMS in total.

The impressive features include real Tube overdrive, 11 pin Hammond input, 8 pin Hammond input and ¼ jack input.

Additional information

Weight 22.7 kg
Dimensions 52.1 × 50.8 × 33 cm

Rotary, Stationary-L, Stationary-R


Rotary Channel 50 W RMS, Stationary Channel 75 W RMS x 2


Horn Driver x 1, 6” Woofer x 2, 2“ Tweeter x 2


11-Pin Leslie connector & 8 Pin DIN, 1/4” Line In Phone Jack for Rotary, Stationary-L, Stationary-R


Line Out (Stereo Phone Jack), Stationary -L/R, Lower Rotary- L/R, Ext.
Speaker Connection for Lower L/R


Volume: (STA-L, STA-R, ROTARY), Tube Overdrive w/Tube ON/OFF, Tube Mode, 8-Position Function Switch, Value UP/DOWN, Rotor Upper/Lower: Slow speed, Fast Speed, Rise Time, Fall Time, Break Time,
Horn Level, Lower Level, Bass Level, Preset 1-2, Memory, Channel Mode: STA Mono/Stereo


High impact, black leather-like finish


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