There are a lot of events and clubs where rock music is played and performed, and many people in 3DXC like it (me too!)
Great fun are "live concerts/jam sessions" on stage.
What I was missing in regard of the instruments was a rock organ, though different keyboards may fill the gap.
So I decided to make my own organ, and it should be the "mother of all electric/electronic organs", a
Classic Hammond B3 with full pedalboard and Leslie cabinet.
Most of the rock organists played this organ on stage standing, without the pedal, as the bass is played by another guy,
and also in jazz music Jimmy Smith did not use the pedal but played the bass line with his left hand.
Jon Lord of Deep Purple not even used the Leslie; the typical sound came from routing the "straight" outlet of the B3 directly
into a guitar valve amp and override it till the desired amout of distortion was obtained, which in combination with the
scanner vibrato chills cold on the back and gives you goose bumbs.
The added world editor files for my B3 allow all these setups: Organ, pedal board, bench and Leslie are separate files.
When you merge the organ into your layout it appeares at position X (-11.2066), Y (-5.88595), Z (-3.98699) at ocean level
on a square surface of lawn.
Merging pedalboard and bench positions them in the perfect fit to the organ, so if you want to use them, group them with
the organ before you move the complete layout to the desired position.
The Leslie cabinet (if used) can be positioned anywhere in the vicinity of the organ.
(In special memoriam of Jon Lord+ and Keith Emerson+ RIP)
Classic Hammond B3 Organ