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lily0971lily0971

Very good indeed Leslie

Strymon LexPublished on 01/08/12 at 00:44
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
See Stebane notice.
Many settings are adjustable, you just spend a little time before playing.
This pedal seems solid with quality components.

UTILIZATION

I use it with a keyboard, clone of a Hammond B3
Once the settings set, the use is simple.
a Bypass switch for speed (fast / slow) and hold it for the "stop".
Manual in English, must be at least familiar with the language of Shakespeare to understand the subtleties of this pedal.
Of knobs available directly to adjust the level of overdrive, the positioning of the microphones, the fast speed and volume of the tubes.

SOUND QUALITY

The sound quality is excellent, the simulation of a Leslie is well respected (it must be...…
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See Stebane notice.
Many settings are adjustable, you just spend a little time before playing.
This pedal seems solid with quality components.

UTILIZATION

I use it with a keyboard, clone of a Hammond B3
Once the settings set, the use is simple.
a Bypass switch for speed (fast / slow) and hold it for the "stop".
Manual in English, must be at least familiar with the language of Shakespeare to understand the subtleties of this pedal.
Of knobs available directly to adjust the level of overdrive, the positioning of the microphones, the fast speed and volume of the tubes.

SOUND QUALITY

The sound quality is excellent, the simulation of a Leslie is well respected (it must be recognized that no simulation can reproduce the Doppler effect in 3D).
I would say that is just below a Neo Ventilator which incorporates a wooden cabin myth. This difference is not due to the quality of movement of the tubes / drums clearly audible turn on these two simulations, but some harmonics present in Neo Ventilator.

OVERALL OPINION

Very good pedal, confusing with all these parameters to set and adjust but once completed this process, we can finally enjoy it.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Strymon
  • Model: Lex
  • Category: Rotary speaker simulators
  • Added in our database on: 01/18/2011

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