Stereo effects unit with 27 different effects in 5 modules coupled with a 12AX7 tube preamp.
It has two send&return loops to connect with further effects with progammable insert points to function as master FX controller.
Effects algorythms include: 3-band EQ; EQ with enhancer; Auto wah, Pedal wah, Pitch shifter, Phase shifter, Flanger, Chorus, Tremelo/pan, Step, Rotary, Pedal pitch, Mono delay, Pingpong delay, Reverb, Early refraction, Delay/Panning
Preamp settings include: Clean 1, Clean 2, Rhythm 1, Rhythm 2, Overdrive 1, Overdrive 2, Lead 1, Lead 2. Adjustment with; compression, gain, color, turbo, noise reduction.
99 user and 99 preset patches selectable.
AD converter 18 bit 64x oversampling, DA converter 16 bit. Sampling frequency is 3125 Mhz.
Cheapest and most functional solution I’ve found is to buy two Zoom 9150 effects processors. They’re usually found for well under $100 and they are especially nice in that the tube preamps have their own send/receive loops which you can patch into a normalled patchbay to use without the rest of the digital effects...
...where their gear ranges from really freaking good to worthless garbage, but with nothing in the middle. I had a 9150 a few years back and had fun with it. I thought of it like a 505 with a tube and rack ears slapped on, but in a very good way. Like you said,...
...source and I couldn't be concerned either way if it's starved or not. Derp got me hooked on the Zoom 9150. I have 2 of them now. Sure it's starved but certain synths through it are simply the bomb. The Roland SE-02 gets put through the pair regularly and have gotten great results from...
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