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Re: Stereo-zation

Yes I'd go for something like the Vortex.. but I'm trying to stay away 
from a rack.  The idea is to tuck it behind the EH-16 on my shelf.

In my journey I keep coming across the Korg Pandora PX4 for pretty low 
prices.  I used to have a toneworks pedal... the ax something... I 
thought it was way cool when used in front of my Ampeg amp.  I'm 
thinking I may try out a PX4 and see if I can disable it's amp models 
(can you?  The manual I downloaded seemed very light on information) 
and just use modulations, delays and reverbs.  It's more money than I 
initially thought I'd spend...

but it always is.


On Jul 2, 2004, at 3:54 PM, nick douglas wrote:

> Mark,
> For similar or less money, a used Lexicon Vortex makes a great 
> post-looper stereo-izer with morphing tap-tempo delay-based effects 
> feeding a stereo panner in one rack space with foot- and 
> expression-pedal control.  It has that lush Lexicon tone (love it or 
> hate it). If you can tolerate a rack unit, check out 
> http://www.andybutler.com/vortex/vortex.htm and this lists archives.
> Ever grateful,
> Nick