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Re: How HISSY is your EDP?

Does anyone know if the new blackface edps sound any better or does 
installing Loop4 help w/ hiss.
It kind of bums me out that my EH 16 box & that Boss box have less noise :(

>From: Ken Higgins <khl2004@topic.net>
>Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>Subject: Re: How hardy is your EDP?
>Date: Sun, 10 Oct 2004 09:52:03 -0700
>Steve wrote:
>>I'm using my EDP a lot lately, and have been thinking about buying 
>>one just to have one hand in case it goes on the blink -
>>but I'm reluctant to spend the money -
>>Was wondering if people had any feedback about the necessity of this --
>>I have to say I've had mine for several years and except for pedal 
>>the unit seems built like a horse -
>>then again you never know --
>Well, another reason to buy a "spare" is to use it live for true stereo
>processing and looping. That way you can have two completely separate 
>and if you play a multi-voice instrument (ala Stick) then you can have 
>sides processed individually.  Or just true L/R stereo...
>Then if your "main" one ever fails, at least you still can work/play in 
>with the "spare" unit.
>That said, they're really pretty hardy.  I agree that the pedal units are 
>more likely to give you trouble.
>You can sync them, too, as you probably know.