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Echoplex(s) for sale - 2 for 1(?)
I have an Oberheim Echoplex for sale (Loop IV). It's the original. The feedback knob doesn't work, but other than that it functions just how you would expect.
With that I am also selling (giving away?) my Gibson Echoplex. It, sadly, is on the fritz. I ran an amplified signal into it (from a guitar amp) and ever since it has been acting strange. The feedback knob works on that one though ;)
Why my Oberheim EDP isn't cutting it for me
If it is working, why would I get rid of it? As a slave the Oberheim EDP can not record 2+ loops triggered with midi messages. The record cycle of the second loop is delayed by a half second or so... totally defeating the concept of tempo. I
was late to discover that this is a factory glitch. I have tried numerous workarounds (loop start point, etc.). Very frustrating when using midi.
***Now, straight looping, no slave, using the foot controller... cake. Wonderful tool! Used it live many a time. Multiple loops, etc, etc, etc. As for the defunct feedback knob, simply use a volume footcontroller and you're in business.
What about the Gibson EDP?
Well, I honestly don't know what is wrong with it, but it is definetly ON THE FRITZ. It works fine for a while, tweaks, some strange things happening with the display... but, maybe someone out there can use it for parts(?).
You can have them one or both. If I get enough interest I can set it up on ebay.
If you are interested come at me with a price you would pay and I will put it on ebay at a predetermined time.
Eventually I will put it up on ebay no matter what, but I thought maybe I would see here first.
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