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Axess GRX4 Alternatives?

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Now that Axess has closed up shop, does anyone know of some GRX4 alternatives (non-rack)? All I've found so far have been the Vermona Loop Jack and the G-LAB ML4, both of which aren't easily available in the states.
 

Jeremy

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I am in the same boat as you! I was waiting for Mario to take orders again so I could order a second GRX4...... Now they're going to be hard to come by and possibly expensive on the used market until someone picks up the design (ATTN: RJM!!).......
 

Pat Healy

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Well where the hell have I been??? I didn't know that about Axess. It's top-shelf gear and Mario is a top-shelf guy. Damn, that really sucks.

The Musicom Labs EFX MkII is pretty cool, and actually does more than the GRX4, but it's expensive.
 
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Well where the hell have I been??? I didn't know that about Axess. It's top-shelf gear and Mario is a top-shelf guy. Damn, that really sucks.

The Musicom Labs EFX MkII is pretty cool, and actually does more than the GRX4, but it's expensive.
I actually have a Musicomlab that I'm selling- it's a great product, but now I'm looking to control everything in my rig with a Gordius Little Giant, so I only need the MIDI stompbox control that it offered rather than the whole unit.

You should probably put that in your signiture.

OP: if you are looking for non rack check out this and
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Thanks! I'll be going with a Switchblade or an Effect Gizmo if I decide to go rack, but non-rack would be preferable. Never saw the Peak before. I must have seen the WOBO on eBay a thousand times in the past when I wasn't looking for it, and completely forgot about it.
 




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