I'd like to route a KB3 program to the B outs but also disable the internal Leslie effect as I plan on connecting into an external Leslie/sim. How can this be done?
Next you will see the individual FX chain components. Every FX chain is a bit different. To disable the internal Leslie, we need to remove any "299 Rotary Hi Lo Roto" blocks. Depending on the given chain you are editing you may see one or two "Rotary Hi Lo Roto" blocks - in our example here there are two:
In addition to removing the Leslie rotary itself, you will likely want to disable the internal cabinet simulation as well, which is a separate process (generated by one or possibly two "298 VibChorStortCab" blocks). This will produce or truer, more balanced tone for your external amp/sim to work with, especially if you are running mono. However, the 298 VibChorStortCab block generates more than just the cabinet effect (also handling the vibrato/chorus circuit and distortion elements), so we cannot simply remove it entirely in this instance.
Note Box1 and Box2 are chosen as these correspond to FX Box 1 and FX Box 2 in the chain (each instance of the 298 VibChorStortCab effect,). Assign the "Param:" to "Cab In/Out" and "Adjust" to "Out". This will disable the cabinet sim. If the FX Chain you are editing only has one VibChorStortCab block then you will only need one such MOD.
(TIP: if planning on using this KB3 in a Multi you can alternatively opt to route things at the Multi level instead using the 'Out' parameters on the MAIN and FX pages of your Multi).
You have now routed a KB3 sound to the B outs, minus the Leslie and cabinet simulation but have left the other KB3 performance features intact, such as drawbar controls, vibrato/chorus circuit and any tube distortion that may be employed.
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