This is the “Church Version” of the original Leslie Model 30A, a single speed cabinet with no provision for remote control. It is supposed to have had a different rotational speed.
“The church models definitely ran at a different speed. The idea here was that
the standard Leslie tremolo was deeper than that of a traditional pipe organ, so the church models had two openings in each rotor, and ran at half-speed. The result was a tremolo at the same frequency, but with less depth. (Remember that the actual reason for the original Vibratone was to simulate pipe organ tremolo.)” — Bruce Wahler of Ashby Solutions™
The model 30C was made specifically for the balanced output of a Hammond “G-G” Console (IE Model B or C).
|Amplifier Type||1 Channel Vacuum Tube|
|Output Power||35 Watts|
|Drum||1 - 15" Speaker|
|Horn||1 - Compression Driver|
|Speeds||1 Speed (Stop/Tremolo)|
|Interface||6 Pin Balanced|