I've got a slide from when I played in a country
band a few years ago (I used it for "Freebird"...no shit, we played that tune to
satisfy the masses, and it was quite fun...I wore my fingers raw playing the
solos at the end, however), but the eBow is a good point. The question is, how
many other loopers will I sound like if I starting using this device?
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, February 02, 2006 1:03
Subject: Re: The coolest piece of gear I
can buy for $130 (used)
you lucky son of a gun...everyone needs an e-bow & slide.enuff left
for psilocybe 3-D glasses.
what's the coolest piece of signal processing gear I can buy for $130
(used)? Just brain-storming here.
In the last few days, based on
some great interaction from folks on the
list, I've sold my EDPs and
controller, my Alesis Masterlink recorder, and a
Conditioner...and I've used my funds to buy the Looperlative,
Microtube 100 guitar poweramp, and the M-Audio Microtrack 2496 Mobile
Digital Recorder. Somehow, I ended up with a surplus. Not that I have to
spend the $130, but it's either that or a tone of diapers. :)
thought of buying another Lexicon LXP-1, since I love the reverb on that
unit so much, and I could use it as a backup...speaking of which, I
bought the UniQuest software to program my Lexicon LXP-5, and I
impressed! Wow, what a relief for programming that unit. I was able
restore the factory presets to my user banks, tweak settings on the
with the software, safe them, etc. Very cool. I'm looking forward
generating some new patches. Does anyone have any LXP5 patches they
like to share? Perhaps we can swap once I develop some of my
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