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Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by kjetillunde, May 15, 2011.
Is there a Lexicon PCM 70-like guitar pedal?
For reverb or the dual delay? Maybe the eventide boxes? The Hardwire reverb comes up short...
For delays... What do you mean with "The Hardwire reverb comes up short"?
I got it to use in place of my lexicon lxp/pc80 for live use as i hate dragging a rack through the subway. The reverb did not sound much better my boss rv3 and there was no mix control just a level which is a problem w/ a bunch of the newer delay/verb pedals out today
All the pedal reverbs I've tried (including the Blue Sky or BS ) suck in comparison with a Lex rack ,sorry that's just the way it is.
Haven't had a hands on with a "Space" yet though .
Short answer no. That's why I still have my PCM-80.
I have a v2 software PCM70 in my rack. The closest might be the Eventide Delay and Space boxes -the PCM is unique in that you have up to 6 voices to tweak. I use mine mainly for reverb (Concert Hall, Long Hall, Rich Chamber and Rich Plate) and also some Circular Delay, Pan Delay, Echo Flange and Psycho Delay. Here's my rack:
Hardwire RV-7 has the Lexicon chip,Great reverb pedal.
Absolutely nothing like a PCM .
"closest" I have heard, reverb wise, is the Eventide Space....but not really the same thing...but IMHO the closest thing pedal wise
The closest that I have come to a PCM-70 reverb in a pedal is a modded LXP-1 half rack unit. While not a pedal, the Audio Upgrades mods bring it up to par with a PCM-70.
I really wanna try one of these pedals... I'm not really a fan of the WET that i have now...
the EBS stuff seems to go under the radar a bit...
doyle bramhall likes his:
Ah, but since Kimock uses this, the prices have gone up. I get the same results with an LXP-5. Well, almost the same. The mod is key too! Especially if you crank up your preamp into heavy gain. I think it works with the Chandler SDE-II very well, as I couldn't afford a Fulltone TTE.