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«  A reverb that is not outdated »

Publié le 11/10/10 à 15:55
Multi effects unit reverb chorus flanger echo double multitap Processor 32-bit dual channel rack model technique. level indicator, central knob, grafted stereo output, noon at the rear of drp 20.

UTILIZATION

Very good instructions in English French and German 128 pages. Programs are very easy using the rotary knob. The dual channel can handle a delay or echo on one channel and reverb on the other. it has 100 presets factory sounds and 128 submissions.

SOUND QUALITY

Echoes or mulitap can do even better than the old tape echo chambers. The chorus are also good. reverbs are very good on batteries.je got to make great mix of bass drum and snare drum. for singing requires a lot of work settings. lexicon is best for the song especially easier to deal with a warmer sound.

OVERALL OPINION

For fans of echo chamber has 20 drp try this band is great. For instruments like guitar or batteries also EXCELLENT. for singing with great delay or echo. réberbes the lack of heat for chant.une German productions. nothing to do with machines manufactured in China today. it's reliable, never broken down on this machine.depuis 1989.pour choice to remake it is a lexicon pcm 70. for the same year.
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