intellifex vs intellifex LTD?

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  1. dusty tolex

    dusty tolex Member

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    Any meaningful difference between the two?

    Is one better than the other?

    Thanks!

    DT
     
  2. buddaman71

    buddaman71 Student of Life Silver Supporting Member

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    LTD had more stereo delay time if I remember correctly...

    I had both (really great FX units) but it's been a LONG time....
     
  3. eleanor296

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    if you're looking for chorus and delay, you won't be appointed either way.
    I think the original Blackface goes for a little more, but iirc the LTD is just a reissue (I got one).
    I thought the Intelliverb was the one with more delay time and better verbs?
     
  4. Yek

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    Yep, if you can find one, go for the IntelliVERB. Faster, longer delay times. Delicious sounds.
    I'm using an Axe-Fx now, but I'm hesitant to sell my Intelliverb, even when it's on a shelf right now.
     
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    I know the intelliverb has advantages, unfortunately they are rare, but I do see an Intellifex LTD for sale, hence my question
     
  6. buddaman71

    buddaman71 Student of Life Silver Supporting Member

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    LTD is a very fine unit and does have longer stereo delay times than the original.
    Still has great verbs, delays and mods.

    I still have a Chameleon2000, which is basically the LTD with a bypassable preamp for clean to metal tones. It's a fantastic sounding processor for fx.

    Cheers.

    Jason
     

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