Did you have to help them move it? What was the experience like?
Back in my youth our keyboardist had a C, which is like a B but heavier. I'll always remember the four of us carrying it up three flights of stairs at the VFW for a Teak dance in college.Did you have to help them move it? What was the experience like?
I doubt that. The clonewheels and Leslie sims keep getting better and better........ there is something special in the real B3, Fender Rhoades combination we had back then. My ears can still easily pick out the real thing....
In the 70s and 89s when we were young and strong, I helped my brother haul his B3, Leslie, and anvil case with a Howard Dumble built 100 watt tube power amp to gigs and rehearsals in Bakersfield where we live and even to SIR on Santa Monica Blvd. for a few consecutive nights. Talk about a beast.
Now he uses a B2/ Leslie in his living room for rehearsal and a Porta B/Leslie combo for gigs.
The B3 is in his garage under a tarp next to a C3 and a 1919 Oldsmobile.