I have the opportunity to pick up either a Motion Sound KBR-3D or a Pro-3t/Low-Pro Combo.
Currently, I've started a project where I've been playing Nord C1 with an Alesis Nanobass covering the bass, obviously; there's no electric guitars, its just an organ and drums duo, intended for small spaces and small crowds. For practices, I've been using my JBL Eon G2, which sounds really good, but maybe a little cold and shrill.
I'm not a Leslie purist or anything, and i'm not looking for perfect leslie sound for my organ. When I was in a band, I played my organ through a Fender Twin (great sound, but bad for the bass part). But for this duo, I thought if I could find something that sounds interesting, that is a little warmer than the Eon, AND can cover bass (and minor synth) stuff, that'd be cool.
So I found the MS Pro-3t combo at a store, and tried it out and liked it; I realize it would require a little mixer (cuz its one input). And even though the bass would go through the rotary, I could deal. I was about to pull the trigger when I discovered the existence of KBR-3D, which has its own separate channels, and can separate what goes to the rotary horn, and then send the bass to its own channel. HOWEVER, the big downside is its real heavy at like 70 pounds, and my back has been problematic lately, even at my young age.
Anybody have experience with these amps? Thoughts or opinions?