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Re: EH 16 second delay
Well, I was just suggesting easy to obtain devices with long delay
times. I know the EH16 is long gone, and not easy to come across. It's
been many years since I had a chance to play with an EH16, but what's
the sense writing back, "Good luck finding one!" At least the devices I
mentioned are available, and do some pretty cool stuff.
On Wednesday, July 31, 2002, at 01:25 AM, Stan Card wrote:
> heh heh heh-nice try mark...*nothing* i repeat(er)*nothing* remotely
> to the <EH16secdelay>soundwise-operation wise,whatever wise. it is a
> one of
> a kind animal.they are impossible to find. i love mine more and more
> everyday-i am so sorry that at 'y2k2' while i planned on an excursion
> that box i never got to it for whatever reason...;o(
>> Where does one start? My guess is that for bang for the buck, (250US)
>> the Line6 DL4 (delay modeler) will do the trick, plus a really nice
>> looping section.
>> Gone, but perhaps still available, the Electrix Repeater. (499US) No
>> delay mode, just pure looping with pitch and time shifting. CFC memory
>> will get you a lot of loop time, but each loop has an 8 minute max.
>> Memory is non volatile. Can be transfered easily to your computer with
>> a USB CFC reader. Loops can be stereo or four tracked. Company just
>> folded, but the parent company (IVL) is having another of it's
>> subsidiaries (TC-Halion) do warrantee service.
>> Then there's the Gibson Echoplex Digital Pro. 198 sec of loop or mono
>> delay madness. It slices, it dices. Up to 9 loops at a time. I just
>> bought one and I can barely imagine all the functions of this bad boy.
>> Stay on this list for a while, and you'll hear a whole lot about this
>> You're best bet it to go to the Looper's Delight page and click on
>> "Tools" There's a ton of info to get you started.
>> Mark Sottilaro
>> On Tuesday, July 30, 2002, at 08:04 PM, dana shearin wrote:
>>> Does anyone know where i can get one, or something that does the same