John Abbett Posted March 9, 2010 Report Share Posted March 9, 2010 It's an Alesis quadraverb. About 30 years old I'd guess. Sounds pretty good. It's got reverb, delay, chorus, flange, phaser, leslie, and can mix 4 effects in a chain in any order. It's old tech, but it sounds really good and was very cheap. It's even got Midi. But it stinks. I put it in a drawer, shut it up in there and I can still smell it in my practice room. -john I have one myself, sounds indeed good. On the left side there is so much space available I couldn't resist building in a preamp. If you remove the top lid (7 screws) you see an aluminium plate on the right side that serves as heat sink. That one gets really hot. If there is something like a sticker attached to it I can imagine that you're smelling something. If you remove the heat sink (3 screws) you can check if the print board underneath is clean. FF Thanks! I picked it up really cheap, it has a nice sound to it and it's very easy to use. I'm still working on getting the delay to sound good though. I want a slapback delay and set it for 80-100 ms, but I'm getting a lot of reverb in with the delay. I just need to play with it some I think. -John Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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