I've got a filter modeler I'd be willing to sell for $190 + shipping including the Line6 line lump power supply. Home studio use only. (Feel free to make counter-offers, but that's my rough estimate of what it's worth on the used market.) I really like my distortion modeler, but I find I'm just not using the filter effects as much for what I'm doing. A few days ago, I'd have been prepared to swap for an MM4, but I just took the plunge for an AM8000R. Mark on 3/16/02 7:24 PM, Chris Richards at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > Someone asked about the Filter Modeler. It's a > great pedal! If you're looking for a lot of > different kind of filtering effects in one unit, > this is the one to get. For 250 bucks, it can't > be beat. The only real drawback is that you can > only store four programs (at least, how the > stompbox version is...the rack mount version I > think stores like 99 programs). > > For what it's worth, the Delay Modeler and > Modulation Modeler pedals are brilliant as well. > Same drawback though: not enough memory. > > Oh, and before I forget, someone mentioned that > John Scofield's bassist was using an Electro > Harmonix pedal that looked like it might have > been a graphic EQ, with faders on it. That's > probably either a Micro Synthesizer, or an old 16 > Second Delay (which they still haven't reissued).