Lexicon Primetime 93, Ursa Major Space Station, UA Apollo

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Lexicon Primetime 93, Ursa Major Space Station, UA Apollo

Post by kakumei47 » Tue Apr 26, 2016 12:57 pm

Delay/verbs for sale from me. Both fully recapped and cleaned recently, good panasonic or equivalent caps, working and sounding great. Just selling them because I have two of each. Ideally pickup in NYC (Greenpoint or Dumbo).

::::Lexicon Primetime 93 $750
Amazing grainy filters; the Primaltap plugin doesn't touch the tone of the real thing. Has a mixed out but I'm usually using it with the individual delay lines panned out with delay offset for lush stereo effects. Great spacemaker for synths and BG vocals. Or use with no delay with the filters clamping down for drum and vocal effects.

::::Ursa Major Space Station SST-282 $1500
Amazing delay/verb that sounds totally unlike anything else. Beautiful artifacts in the high end, and just plain magic on vocals, synths, and clean guitars. This is the version with silver knobs, not red and blue.

I'm selling the following for my studio partner and will put you in touch if interested. I can confirm he has used it only a handful of hours since it's been sitting in storage in our studio since he bought it, so it's in almost new condition.

His listing:

UAD Apollo Quad FW. $1750 or best offer. With the original box and even still has the plastic over the front still. Used very little (maybe 10 hours total) since I bought it new a few years ago. I was extremely impressed with this machine but I partnered in a studio shortly after buying it and no longer needed it. I can ship it however you choose and we'll just calculate the price to your zip code. NYC pick up is also an option.

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Post by kslight » Tue Apr 26, 2016 4:15 pm

Wow had no idea Primaltap was based on a real device. Very cool.

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