Leslie Typhon A-75

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Leslie Typhon A-75

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Not sure what category this falls under but I thought I'd share a rare sound with everyone, the smallest produced Leslie Typhon horn made the model A-75.

Mock the sound of the horn all you want this little beast is LOUD.

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That's a familiar looking house.

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J T wrote:That's a familiar looking house.
Ok??? :| It's my grandparents, and it's on a dead end street.
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I photograph houses for a living. It looked similar to one I've done before.

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J T wrote:I photograph houses for a living. It looked similar to one I've done before.
Care to share?
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