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Re: EDP and Guitar to Midi Converter, Misc Looper Station Stuff For Sale.
Sweet! Glad to see you write, "yet another." Must mean there are more
I'm actually a returning looper. Looped with between 2 and 3 EDPs for
over 10 years. Tried to go linear digital the last few years but also
kind of took a break from music for the the most part in favor of video.
I'll be working on getting my skills back 1st quarter of 2010 with
some next-level stuff so let's gave a looping concert in summer.
On Dec 25, 2009, at 12:06 PM, tEd ® KiLLiAn wrote:
> Sorry to see you selling this stuff off.
> It's a surprise to find yet another looper in Oregon.
> People don't speak up and say where they're from often enough.
> Hope your sale work out for you.
> I've got all the EDPs (2) and guitar-to-midi stuff (Roland) I need
> I might start divesting myself of some gear soon too.
> If you ever get down Medford way give a shout out.
> On Dec 25, 2009, at 9:59 AM, Christopher Darrow wrote:
>> Hi. I still have these so I thought I'd repost. Again, I usually
>> just sell locally (Portland Oregon) but I'd be willing to ship for
>> fellow loopers, since this is my looping station. Shipper pays
>> shipping though.
>> EDP with Footswitch:
>> AXON Guitar to Midi converter and sound source:
>> They're both in a 2 space rack mount that is a little tricked out,
>> actually... I put mounted jack plates (few xlr, few 1/4") on the
>> side and 2 mike holder screw bases on the top so you can wire a
>> connection to them from the back of your stuff and only ever have
>> to jack into the side rather then reach in and so you can attach a
>> goose neck mic holder. Two actually, vocals and sax is what I used
>> it for.
>> I have no idea what I'd charge for that. Probably pretty much for
>> what you'd by the 2 space rack mount for new. So if you're
>> interested in that let me know. I also have an amp stand I put the
>> rack mount on so it faces up at an angle. And footswitches. And a
>> bunch of RDL mixers. (Google Radio Design Labs... tiny little
>> mixers, switchers, noise gates etc. You wire them yourself, that's
>> why they're so small. They're also SUER quiet and high quality.
>> Everything's in great shape.
>> Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Etc.!
>> ---Christopher Darrow