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I was looking at the two Wattson clones earlier. Apparently, they're the most accurate. (They've even been sued by Univox - good sign).
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote handwrist Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 21 2019 at 04:55
I don't have specifics, but the key to the Canterbury organ sound from my experience, comes not so much from a specific pedal or amp, but from cheapness. If you have a cheap keyboard and a cheap amp with incorporated distortion, or a cheap fuzz pedal, you will get pretty close. The cheaper the better actually.

With VSTs you can explore more, but in the end, remember that the sound grew from the bands having no money to buy proper equipment. Necessity is the mother of invention as they say, or something to that effect.
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