I just picked up a Leslie 16 over the weekend. It has the cable/foot-switch and crossover. My question is: What speaker load will it have through the crossover on my amp? From what I can tell it is supposed to send the mids to the Leslie and the highs and lows to the amp speaker cab through the in/out connections on the wiring harness at the same time. Currently the female 1/4 inch has been removed so only the input signal is going to the Leslie. The manual never discusses speaker load. The speaker in the Leslie has been replaced with an 8 ohm 10". It originally had a 4 ohm 10". I want to know what kind of load would it originally have placed on the amp when both were playing together. Or is the straight to Leslie sound better? And I want to know what it would do now that it has an 8 ohm speaker. I know how to add the "out" jack back and use both the Leslie and the cab. Should I? That is the og configuration, but is that worth it or should I just keep it straight 8 ohm? Why didn't the user's manual address speaker load? Does anybody care? I understand the basics of speaker loads and OTs. My question is about the og Leslie wiring specifically and if it is better to run it that way or not. Thanks.