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Re: How HISSY is your EDP?

Mine is quiet as, it took me ages to find the correct gain structures,
between pedals echoplex and amp ect.
these days though i'm running my echoplex through one channel of a 
LittleLabs reamping
box, it has 3 channels which don't infect the other hiss ect. nice unit

On Monday, October 11, 2004, at 04:25  AM, Louis Rossi wrote:

> 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 :(
> Thanks
>> 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 
>>> another
>>> 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 
>>> problems
>>> 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 
>> channels,
>> and if you play a multi-voice instrument (ala Stick) then you can have 
>> Bass/Melody
>> sides processed individually.  Or just true L/R stereo...
>> Then if your "main" one ever fails, at least you still can work/play 
>> in mono
>> with the "spare" unit.
>> That said, they're really pretty hardy.  I agree that the pedal units 
>> are much
>> more likely to give you trouble.
>> You can sync them, too, as you probably know.
>> Ken