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Re: Suggestion about looping gear
You got me thinking about checking out the EH 2880 now! I see no
of it on the LD Tools of the Trade page. I'm guessing by a quick look at
owner's manual that it's a nice looper, sans feedback. Reminds me of my Bob
Sellon-modded Lexicon PCM-42, except it's like four of them, and sans
feedback... Gonna hafta check the archives for posts on this baby...
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----- Original Message -----
From: "mark sottilaro" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2006 5:18 PM
Subject: Re: Suggestion about looping gear
> I've heard great music being made with both of those
> devices, so you can't go too wrong. Good luck. I
> know I blather on and on about high end hardware and
> softwre loopers, but I still get great fun out of the
> 8 sec looper that comes with my Vox Tonelab SE and my
> --- weaviestonder <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Thanks a lot Mark! This is very helpful. Now I am
> considering buying aPC laptop, just like you (and so
> many people ou there) I haven't got2000+ euro for a
> MacBook Pro, I may actually get a powerful 2MHz,
> 2GBRAM, 120 GB HD PC and decide to trust XP Pro...Yet,
> expect to befurther bothered about tweaks and tricks
> I am going to try out both an RC 20 XL and DD-20 which
> I have seen at areasonable price. The rest is sort of
> out of reach for my present budget:(
> I'll let you guys know how things work out. Thanks
> everyone for helpingme with this, I hope one day I
> will have some more knowledge to sharewith the wise
> community and just not get info out of you guys, but
> alsohelp someone out myself too.
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