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Re: Vortex Pedal Query...

hi jenni,

i've found that the very cheap expression pedal by some company called
"proel" works a treat for the vortex... its plastic but has survived, er
... me stomping on it for a while.. max toe down reaches 64 on the
nose... toe up--01 ditto

Proel seem to make two versions of the same looking pedal... one is a
volume pedal with input/ouput sockets (probably no good) the other is
the one i'm using---just a single stereo lead coming out of the thing..

brad <---- been having much fun using the proel to drive molto bizzaro
pedal driven effectoids...

> Jenni Leeds wrote:
>     It seems that the archive is not working or that I'm doing
> something wrong; all of my searches are coming up empty with subjects
> as basic as "vortex" or "echoplex". What gives?
>     Anyway, I know we've touched on this before but since I can't seem
> to work a simple archive please forgive...
> What are the best expression/volume pedals for the Lexicon Vortex? I'd
> really like a wah-wah/volume/expression pedal if possible.
> Is the Zoom EP01 a good choice? (I have an opportunity to get one
> rather cheap.)
>     I particularly remember a post by one D. Stagner, in which he
> inquired about the "full sweep" of morphing capability and which pedal
> best performs this? I would prefer such a thing too.
> Tambient anechoic chamber orchestratos flourescent torrential latent
> atmosheric choir rain omni-portal sphere of broken glass swirl
> Lada,
>     Jamie     at JenniL@bellsouth.net