Neo Instruments

Neo Instruments Ventilator II Rotary Speaker

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Classic Leslie Rotary Speaker Sound!

If you love the sound of an authentic rotary speaker cabinet, but hate the thought of lugging one around, the Neo Ventilator II was made for you!

It emulates the Leslie 122 rotary cab, right down to the independent treble and bass rotor speeds, the crossover (800Hz), and even that rich tube drive that the classic cab adds to your sound.

This second-generation Ventilator pedal adds a stereo input, separate slow and fast speed controls, separate distance controls, and expression pedal control, making the Neo Instruments Ventilator II an amazingly creative addition to your guitar or keyboard rig.

 

Neo Instruments Ventilator II Rotary Pedal features:

• Faithful replication of the model 122 Leslie's rotary effect.

• Ready to connect to guitar or keyboards.

• Drive section simulates tube saturation in the Leslie amp.

• Speaker simulation can be switched off for guitar amps.

• Stop switch lets you stop the rotary simulation for dramatic effect.

• Fine-tune your sound with separate mix/distance controls for Hi and Lo rotors.

• Expression pedal input for Speed or Mix control.

• True Bypass.

• Power: 12V DC.

• Current Draw:  300mA.

• Dimensions: 2.2” X 6.2” X 5.5”.

Specs

Specs

Type Rotary Simulator
condition New
Power 12V DC
Manufacturer Warranty 1 year
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  • Q : Where are you located? +

    A : We’re in Quebec, Canada.

  • Q : Can we meet? +

    A : Yes! We’re in Blainville, Quebec.

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  • Q : What payment methods do you accept? +

    A : We accept credit card, Paypal and Bitcoin payments.

  • Q : What shipping method do you use? +

    A : We ship with UPS.

  • Q : How much does shipping cost? +

    A : Shipping to Canada and the USA is free on most orders.

    Shipping to the rest of the world is free on orders over 399$US.

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  • Q : Do you charge sales taxes to Canadians? +

    A : Yes. Canadian residents are asked to pay sales taxes:

    Alberta: 5%.

    British Columbia: 5%.

    Manitoba: 5%.

    New Brunswick: 15%.

    Newfoundland and Labrador: 15%.

    Northwest Territories: 5%.

    Nova Scotia: 15%.

    Nunavut: 5%.

    Ontario: 13%.

    Prince Edward Island: 15%.

    Quebec: 14.975%.

    Saskatchewan: 5%.

    Yukon: 5%.

  • Q : Are there import charges on orders shipped to Canada? +

    A : No. Canadian customers will not be charged import fees.

  • Q : Are there import charges on orders shipped to the USA? +

    A : No. USA residents will not be charged import fees.

  • Q : Are there import charges on International shipments? +

    A: Shipping prices do not include VAT or other import taxes.

    Customers outside of Canada and the USA are responsible for duties and taxes.

    Orders that come back to the shop as refused by the customer will be refunded minus shipping.

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  • Q : Can you declare a lower value on customs documents? +

    A : We understand that import fees are an annoying part of international purchases.

    However, we cannot offer to declare a lower value on customs forms.

    Customers outside of Canada and the USA are responsible for any fees that may be charged by their government.

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