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RE: Headrush E2
one thing I liked about the old Head rush, which I hope is repeated in the
E2, is that it was simply a looper that could be QUICKLY and EASILY
reconfigured into a top-notch tape-echo simulator with the flick of a good
old-fashioned switch. Knobs. Switches. Stuff that a technophobe can deal
with while battling stage fright in front a jaded "show-me" audience.
I missed out on the original Head rush (if you can find them, they are
going for way too much dough), but the E2 may be a second chance.
Now I just need to find some dough...anyone wanna buy my DOD Gonkulator,
mint in box with manual?
> [Original Message]
> From: Greg House <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: loopers-delight <email@example.com>
> Date: 10/6/2004 6:32:44 PM
> Subject: Headrush E2
> For you lower-end loopers, it looks like the new Akai Headrush E2 has
> the streets. I got an email flyer from American Musical Supply which
> for $199. Could be a nice addition to my pedalboard...
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