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Lexicon PCM 70-like pedal

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by kjetillunde, May 15, 2011.

  1. kjetillunde

    kjetillunde Member

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    Is there a Lexicon PCM 70-like guitar pedal?
     
  2. LouRossi

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    For reverb or the dual delay? Maybe the eventide boxes? The Hardwire reverb comes up short...
     
  3. kjetillunde

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    For delays... What do you mean with "The Hardwire reverb comes up short"?
     
  4. LouRossi

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    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 :(
     
  5. Eagle1

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    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 .
     
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    Short answer no. That's why I still have my PCM-80.
     
  7. RACKDOCTOR

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    EBS Dynaverb.
     
  8. todd richman

    todd richman Senior Member

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    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:

    http://www.hugeracksinc.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=74606
     
  9. nitro

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    Hardwire RV-7 has the Lexicon chip,Great reverb pedal.
     
  10. Eagle1

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    Absolutely nothing like a PCM .:bonk
     
  11. BadMelonFarmer

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    "closest" I have heard, reverb wise, is the Eventide Space....but not really the same thing...but IMHO the closest thing pedal wise
     
  12. Cokemachine

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    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.
     
  13. coolhand78

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    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...
     
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    doyle bramhall likes his:

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  15. Lance

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    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.
     

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