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Dexibell Classico L3


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Is anyone familiar with this instrument? Impressions?
Hi, I guess I'm pretty impressed with the L3 after discovering its fine engineering attributes attained by the clever Roland engineers who created it. They made a 76 note keyboard which can be split into 2 manuals. It has 5 different types of world pipe organs which are selectable, in addition to 43 types of orchestral accompanyments. Where it excels is the true to life sounds (T2L) It sounds like a huge cathedral organ in its many forms due to the best long high definition sampling as well as the power of 2 X 35 watt inbuilt amps. It is just brilliant. The best part is, it is incredibly expandable with its midi implimentation and wireless bluetooth connectability enabling it to transform into the famous Blackpool Tower Theatre organ with a touch screen android tablet with all the additional stops with the TTT V3 Sonority midi module.
Dexibell's customer support is flawless, their product knowledge is superb and quick. Now this acquired appreciation is after 2 years when I have owned and traded a Johannus 1 and a Yamaha Genos.
I haven't even covered the incredible tonation which can be obtained simply from the adjustable key pressure so a violin sounds like a natural drawn bow, similarly a breathy tuba or a strikingly realistic long cased harpsicord! The amazing thing is whoever designed it allowed for all manner of volume, pitch, tuning, reverb etc. to be easily tweaked and balanced for the perfect sound. See Mauro Goia's demo of the L3 on youtube. You are welcome to Email me with any concerns ([email protected])