Tony Monaco at NAMM

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Image: Synthesizers

Tony Monaco demonstrated how he could gig and get a massive sound by using laptop beats as his rhythm section, the pedals for bass, one keyboad of the Hammond for chords with a B3 sound, and then using the second manual to trigger a B3/synth mix.

The combination sounded like a full band, and Monaco has so much swing that each part stood on its own.

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