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RE: For Sale: Boomerang III and other things

Thank you Torben!

It's a pleasure to help enthusiast people in getting what they want.
People should share and help each other more.

Take care and let me know how do you feel the difference. For me it was wonderful to have the fourth loop always free and many functions immediately available.

Cheers and thanks for the nice thought of writing this email.


From: torbenscharling@gmail.com
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2012 19:37:17 +0200
Subject: Re: FW: For Sale: Boomerang III and other things
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com

Just wanted to mention for other potential buyer, that I had a great communication and a pleasant transaction with the seller Sergio G, so you can be sure you'll receive things nicely packaged and well taken care of. Thanks Sergio :)

Best Regards,

Torben Scharling

On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 3:53 PM, Sergio G <simpliflying@gmail.com> wrote:

Side Car sold (thanks and have fun!)

So, corrected list:

- Boomerang III: 
I still resist a bit to let it go because it was my first looper and you can't forget your first looper, but I really do not need it.
Never ever went out of my room, treated as a queen, new as a new one can be, used actually few times.

- Mackie DFX 6 Mixer:
it is much sturdier than my Mackie ProFX8, and I have the impression that even quieter. But the ProFX8 has got usb and I prefer to keep that one, in case my audio interface fails one day.

- Korg MicroSampler:
it is not a looper because it can't sample and play back immediately like a looper, you must record the loop and press play. But it is a nice sampler with lot of cool features, effects, time stretching, pitch shift, etc. I would like to keep it because I still had no time to experiment with it enough, but honestly, with the Octatrack, I am covered. And I prefer to have cash for things which I really miss.

- Lexicon ALEX digital effect processor: 
few to say. Well, one thing, I do not have the power adapter, I bought it without, and I am using the one of another gear.

- TC Electronic VoiceTone Create: 
collection of effects for the voice. I like it a lot but I have already so many effects...

- Faderfox LV2: 
I have found out that for the Octatrack I need a controller which can assign a different midi channel to each fader/knob. The Faderfox can't (of course, it was thought for Ableton, and it is perfect for it). So, I prefer to get a controller which I can use with both Ableton and Octatrack.

- Digitech Vocalist II (with footswitch) or TC Helicon VoiceTone H1: 
I can't decide which one to keep, so, the first one which is requested, goes. The quality of harmonies is the same. The Digitech has got midi in/out/through and line in/out, so can work with guitar or keyboard. The H1 can only work with guitar and makes only two voices (but it is smaller and lighter).

- Korg iS50B Interactive Music Workstation:
my first music teacher. The first music I made, it was with it, no computer, no software, all composed and edited within this keyboard. Some of the sounds are outdated, but many of them I find them very beautiful. But, again, with a midi keyboard and Ableton's synth, I just do not need it...

That's it.
Prices are all speakable, so, just contact me privately and let's talk about it.

I live in North Germany, as for what concerns shipping.