Hammond B-3 tones from bass. I finally did it!
I play in a 3 piece. I'm good at filling up holes, but I've always wished for something else to fill in now and then.
I've tried a lot of pedals, and I own a lot of pedals and rack effects. So far nothing worked well.
I got an idea and set it up this afternoon. Out of the tuner out on my PF-500 (guitar level) I went into a Behringer US600 Ultra Shifter/Harmonist set for 2 octaves up with no dry signal. Then into my old vocal harmonizer, a Digitech Vocalist VR (bought in the late 90's for $37 from a pawn shop.) From there into a Line 6 Leslie simulator. That box models the cabinets as well as providing the rotating effects. I plugged it into a guitar amp.
Wow, It worked perfectly. I get moving chords (4 part harmonies available along with octave below) two octaves above my bass lines.
I do want to add a compressor or limiter to the input, a volume pedal to bring the organ tones in and out, and maybe a delay or reverb pedal to extend the organ tones.
I had been jonesing for a Fishman Fission, but I held off as I'm not sure how well the static harmonies would actually work in our band.
No need now. I'll try to figure out how to get some clips on here. I'll have to box the rig up for the weekend.
I'm pretty stoked. I haven't used effects for quite a while, preferring the amp alone.