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Lehle D.Loop SGoS
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Lehle D.Loop SGoS
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petit_rocker petit_rocker
Publié le 08/29/08 à 09:38
Introduction and Specifications

This is the heir to the MIDI DLOOP with some modifications.
SGoS for Second Generation of Switch

The Lehle D. Loop Switcher is a SGoS / loop effects and fully programmable stereo 2 By Pass true independent loops via gold-plated relays. It also includes a buffer of high quality, switchable with a gain adjustable up to 12 db.
The Lehle D. Loop SGoS can be controlled and synchronized with other Lehle Switchers Series SGoS via a MIDI port (editor's note: with a stereo!).

Following is the manufacturer's website:
http://www.lehle.com/products/frameset_l1.php?country=fr&lang=fr&L1_Link=D_Loop

connection

1 input
A loop 2 send
3 A return loop
4 send loop B
5 return loop B
6 output
7 9-20V DC input (+ = RING)
8 MIDI network

the most:
it's beautiful (LED color), it is sturdy (metal case rather thick), is super flexible and versatile full (2 loops + buffer + midi + possibility of using type "ABY" + fully programmable! !). In short, the REEEEEÊVE!

Cons:
difficult to do without once you are hit

- How long have you use it?
few months. I use it mainly in "2" (programmable mode) as a preamp selector (loop A central switch on a 8240 marshall, loop B switch right on a vox AC30 CC2X and 2 in series like "turbo boost Mickaël" on switch on the left. It décoiffer a bald!
Program this switch is a snap:
<ul> 3 sec is pressed simultaneously on the three fields to light the LED in the center (mode2)
is pressed once on the field you want to edit
3 sec is pressed the little button to rate the LED to toggle each loop and buffer.
we continue with the (s) field (s) following (s) if necessary.
that's it!

- What is so special that you like most and least?
the looks, reliability, transparency, sound, countless opportunities to use
no less in terms of use.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
I also have a Boss AB-2 I use to change channels on the vox but it will soon be replaced by a Lehle Dual SGoS.
We can say that these two products are the extremes of the market in every way!

- How would you rate the quality / price?
is the top so it's expensive. it's like buying a Rolls, the price is not what the person looks who buys ...

- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
This product is designed for guitarists who want a practical solution for routing between multiple preamps, amps, effects or guitars or all of them mixed and without the slightest concession. No loss of signal, no-CLICK-BOOM CHLUCK when we switch, no buzz mass, etc ...
I really have no regrets for purchasing this product.
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