looking for cheap compressors, reverb, and delay units

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gutsofgold
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looking for cheap compressors, reverb, and delay units

Post by gutsofgold » Thu Nov 16, 2006 9:36 pm

i'm looking for a cheap compressor along the lines of a dbx160 or symetrix 501.
also, i'm in the market for a budget reverb and delay unit.

post what you got!

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Post by The Scum » Thu Nov 16, 2006 10:06 pm

I've got an Audio Logic 266 comp/gate/limiter hanging around. Audio Logic was a division of Harman that made some outboard before it got folded into DBX...this is something like a DBX 166 or 266. Comes with manual, power cable and some jumpers that need to be patched into the sidechains to make it work right.

I've also got a Furman RV3 digital reverb. Not to be confused with hi-fidelity...it sounds like a handful of delay lines in parallel. No manual, attached power cable.

Both are functional, neither are exactly brilliant. $50 each, or make an offer. Email for photos: thescum @ surfree . com

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Re: looking for cheap compressors, reverb, and delay units

Post by syrupcore » Thu Nov 16, 2006 11:36 pm

gutsofgold wrote:also, i'm in the market for a budget reverb and delay unit.
try to find an alesis quadraverb II. a fine reverb when you give it all of the processors and a crazy fucked up dub orgasm when you start routing shit internally.

http://search.ebay.com/quadraverb

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Post by jrepro » Fri Nov 17, 2006 2:15 pm

I have a studio quad from digitech. 4 channels of mono or two stereo pairs or any combination of routing. Excellent condition, with manual and supply. $75 plus shipping.

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Post by syrupcore » Sat Nov 18, 2006 10:21 am

studio quad is also a dubby good time. it has internal lfos to modulate any parameter. I've had one for a decade (the v2 one) and I'm just realizing now that I've never actually tried the compressor in it. How very presumptuous of me.

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