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RE: Re: (re)-discovering your gear that sits on your board (boss slicer)

My fav gear I refound this year is a 1926 Gibson K4 Mandocello, I had had 
it strung as octave mandolin for about 15 years, and there it languished, 
it just wasn't happy, I am a Gibson endorsee and when their acoustic 
factory flooded in Nashville, the head of mandos, Dave Harvey was in 
process of restoring it, and he got it out of there just as the flood 
waters reached the door of the building, saved, finished and back to true 
mandocello form, aswesome!!!!!

-----Original Message-----
From: Jeff Duke [mailto:jeffloops@gmail.com] 
Sent: Monday, January 03, 2011 12:27 PM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Re: Re: (re)-discovering your gear that sits on your board (boss 

One of my favorite discoveries last year is my Digitech TimeBender. I
have only scratched the surface and find new sounds every time I sit
down with it. I do wish it had more than 4 presets With a ex ped
youcan  actually get more than that though.

this guy does a couple of great demo vids here.


It also has the extremely bright blue led that I had to put tape over.

peace out,


On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 10:58 AM, Paul Pokorski <butchband@gmail.com> wrote:
> Kinda in a similar mode....I picked up a Behringer RV600 Reverb Machine 
> a EM600 Echo Machine. They are fairly inexpensive (approx. $50 USD). I
> believe the Reverb Machine is a copy of the Line 6 Verbzilla. Anyway, for
> the money, they are really excellent pedals. Lots of great tonal
> options/features. Bright (VERY bright) blue LED's that I have to cover up
> with my finger to make an adjustment to the pedal. Anyway, for those on a
> budget, check 'em out!
> Butch
> On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 4:06 AM, Rick Walker <looppool@cruzio.com> wrote:
>> On 7/22/64 11:59 AM, Dustbunnies wrote:
>>> Yep, like the DD-20, this one is a sleeper.  There are some very cool
>>> things that you can get it to do, with a little advanced thought.
>> Would you be into resinging those praises,  Duke.
>> I've never used a dedicated digital delay stomp box pedal but
>> I'm suddenly really hankering to learn how to do that.
>> I've heard people talk about the coolness of the DD-20 but never really
>> known what hip alternative things it can do.
>> and sorry for asking so much from you.   Your posts have just really 
>lit a
>> fire under
>> me today on this first day of 2011.
>> Great way to start.  Thanks for your creativity.
>> rick walker