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When you get tired of the StandardJazzRegistrations and the other textbook DrawbarRegistrations, here's some more to try.

This list of presets was compiled from a "What's your favorite secret preset?" thread on TheHammondForum. But feel free to add your own "secrets" to the list!

88 0000 888
Use for V1 for a retro/Monkees (Vox Continental-ish) sound
00 8808 008
with V1 for Farfisa, flute-like sound (from ?BobTroutman)
88 4455 678
With C2 it gives a somewhat paradoxical Hammond sound with almost a calliope quality. -- Matt W
86 8600 006
(JimmyMcGriff) -- ScottHawthorn
85 0000 058
80 8880 000
-- Carl Najman
88 8040 000
-- Ernie Sample
63 5800 000
08 2600 000
A wierd intonation solo setting like ... got it from a Larry Goldings CD, it is most unusual -- ToussaintThompson
like the solo Organ in 'The Pink Panther' -- Syntexis
80 0000 008
Whistle - Can be heard by the great BillyPreston on Eric Clapton's "Have You Ever Loved A Woman," especially on the 'Crossroads Guitar Festival' version.
80 8000 008
C3. Rock, R&B ballads with Gospel flavor. -- Barry Reynolds
00 8000 000
Probably the only way to make the L-100 vibrato sound good. All vibrato tabs down and used for playing 60 ish solo leads. -- Tobias Kuremyr
00 0000 888
Use this with a decending palm gliss to make a "hissing" waterfall-type sound. Sounds great with a lot of reverb and fast Leslie!
85 6000 008
Very close to Gregg Rolie's comp in Santana's "Song of the Wind" (from Caravanserai). Of course, he's changing registrations so fast you only hear it briefly, but it's in there. -- Sam Fleming
80 8808 008
The intro to Santana's Black Magic woman - 808808008 - with a small amount of tremelo. Does it for me!!!


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