I liked the sound so well that I did hundreds of one nighters in the 70's and 80's with a Gibson 355, 145 RV (needed the RV for better sounding guitar), with a separate adapter/foot controlled speed controller. With heavy strings, you could play a really acceptable bass line/chord combination. Used a funky little drum machine and a 585 hi impedance mike into an old Standell head with "no name" cabinets. Always liked the Lonnie Mack Leslie sound, followed by Three Dog Night and Stevie Ray, who often used a Leslie. Great for guitar.
Occasionally, I'll still use the guitar/Leslie combo for a studio job.
Again, ya gotta love the doppler...