The Leslie has a separate pre-amp which would need an adapter to be able to hook up to B-3. Other than some scratches and nicks there is no known problems. There were many varieties of the Hammond organ, some designed for home use, some designed for church use, and some designed for live gigs and studio recording. But the most popular variety, and the one still commonly in use today (if you can find one that isn't too beat up) is the Hammond B-3. This organ has two 61 note keyboards, (manuals), sometimes called the swell (top) and the great (bottom), a variety of built-in special effects, (including "percussion" effects, several different chorus and vibrato effects, and adjustable attack and decay effects), 9 preset keys for both manuals, (the inversely white and black keys on the bottom octave of each manual), two sets of nine stops (drawbars) for each manual, a full two octave set of foot pedals with two pedal drawbars built in to the console, a volume pedal (expression pedal) built into the base, a solid walnut body with 4 legs and base, a built-in stool, and it weighed in at over 400 pounds.
The item "Hammon B3 with Leslie and Tone Cabinet" is in sale since Saturday, December 1, 2018. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Pianos, Keyboards & Organs\Organs".The seller is "jeffjones157247" and is located in Port Orchard, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States.