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Re: Lovetone stuff
I have the qm ? flanger-with-no-name, and it's absolutely amazing. It's
to feel like extreme settings aren't very useful, but if you hang in there
and think out-of-the-box, you'll eventually have several extended
available that you wouldn't want to be without.
A couple days is just not enough time to even begin to explore the
of the Ring Stinger or the ? I've heard statements that ring modulation
isn't very 'musical' from time to time (on this list possibly), and I think
that's mostly a matter of taste and imagination as well.
As for cost... well, yeah, they're pricey. When I'm low on cash and gaze at
my ? flanger, I sometimes see $$$$$. Restraint! Restraint! I'd regret
selling it the second I put it in the box.
----- Original Message -----
From: "JAMES FOWLER, III" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 09, 2003 7:34 AM
Subject: Re: Lovetone stuff
> now that's more like it. i owned their ring mod for a
> couple days and it was just wild, but not very useful.
> i really dig their tremolo/vibrato thingy.
> --- Jeff Shirkey <email@example.com> wrote:
> > >"lovetone" and "reasonable price" don't belong in
> > the
> > >same sentence...unless it's this one.
> > True.
> > Anyone have any unreasonably priced Lovetone stuff
> > for sale? :)
> > Jeff