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Lexicon pedal?

Discussion in 'Digital & Modeling Gear' started by OOG, Feb 24, 2008.

  1. OOG

    OOG Member

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    someone here posted about a Digitech pedal
    with a Lexicon chip in it
    true or false?
    any 411?
     
  2. EdMan57

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    My son has a new Digitech RP150 that says "Lexicon licensed reverbs" near the input/output jacks.I believe that he paid all of $99.95 for the unit.

    Ed
     
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  4. Jumblefingers

    Jumblefingers Supporting Member

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    DigiTech and Lexicon are both owned by Harman Intl so it so no surprise and DigiTech made the recent Jam Man which was a Lexicon rack frist...
     
  5. OOG

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    thanks for the reply's
    and ya, i knew about the Harmon thing

    hope this thing is done right
    but i won't be holding my breath
     

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