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Re: Repeater Price/EDP price

I sold my second Repeater to fund the purchase of an EDP+ and it would 
have worked out perfectly, as I got $810 for the Repeater.  (but then I 
ended up having to pay more to the IRS, so that sucks) Who bought it?  
A French looper who had a friend living in the states take shipping and 
then fwd it on over to him.  So that makes me think that Repeaters are 
a bit more valuable over there.  Anyway, why not put it on ebay and see 
what happens?


On Wednesday, April 23, 2003, at 11:04  AM, Stuart Wyatt wrote:

> Whilst I dearly love my Repeater, I'm really starting to think that it 
> really is the wrong box for me. I never use the tap tempo, rarely sync 
> to midi clock, I don't really utilise the 4 tracks and never play 
> around with the pitch/slip options. I was brought up using the DL4's 
> organic style of looping, and the EDP is probably the ideal looping 
> box for me. Hell, I think I'd be able to create more with a bank of 
> echo pro's that what I am managing with the Repeater....
> Whilst I know that ideally, I would definitely utilise fully both 
> units should I have them, my desire for the organic features of the 
> EDP override my equipment lust and greed....
> So my question is this: What price do the Repeaters go for second 
> hand? And what price are the new EDP+'s? I've not found them for sale 
> here in France yet, and a quick search online has come up with zilch.
> Also, would it be feasible to offer my Repeater in exchange for an 
> EDP+?.... questions questions questions :)
> Cheers all. :)