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December 15, 2006

Lexicon LXP-1 and Maxon SD-9

I just had my birthday on the 13th, and I've been missing reverb on my Hellhound for about a year now. It just stopped working one day and I never replaced the reverb unit. So, I thought a good studio reverb would be fun to have. Lexicon makes good stuff; even the old units are superb. I scored an old LXP-1 on eBay, and I'm thinking it will be a great addition to my gear "collection".

I've also been looking at getting a Maxon SD-9, hopefully the end of all distortion pedals (yeah, right!) for me... so eBay helped me out once again, and both the Lexicon and the SD-9 is on its way over here.

Do you use reverb much? I use a bit of reverb on my Vox AD50VT and I love practicing with a good reverb. Live, I use it more carefully. The tone can get drenched and disappear if I use too much reverb live. A good reverb is key for a good recording too. I'm hoping I can use the Lexicon with my computer recording gear.

If you need a good reverb for your guitars, for vocals or whatever, take a look at the LXP-1. They are old units, but they can be found cheap on eBay and they do sound STELLAR!

See video clip of Hellhound, Tele and Lexicon LXP-1

By Robert Renman - www.dolphinstreet.com


Posted by Robert Renman on December 15, 2006

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