Spectacular early digital reverb. Serviced & in full working order. This is from our own studio Lexicon rack...
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Spectacular early digital reverb. Serviced & in full working order. This is from our own studio Lexicon rack – we’re only parting with it because we have another just arrived that needs work.
Demos of the unit for sale below.
We had this serviced to the highest standard when we first got it and it has just been checked over by our tech. Sounds absolutely cavernous.
In excellent cosmetic with very few signs of age to the face itself. There is some scratching along the top and bottom edges of the face which have been touched up with black paint. One of the knobs is damaged as shown in the photos but this doesn’t effect the functioning of the unit. The rest of the case has various scratches and scrapes, mainly to the top. These will not show when racked. See photos for more information on cosmetic condition.
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Two demos of the unit for sale – both feature the new Dato Duo which we also have available now.
Lexicon Model 200 just listed for sale ➡️➡️ soundgas.com – from our own studio Lexicon rack; only selling because we’re working on another. Serviced & working like a dream. One of the truly great early digital reverbs. Sounds utterly cavernous with the little Dato Duo (a very cute, very cool intuitive synth – also available now on the site).
More Lexicon deepness. Keeping it simple so you hear to ridiculous space this thing creates. Only scratching the surface of what you can do in terms of controlling the parameters. Eyes closed through headphones this sounds like some kind of witchcraft. Available now on the site, as are a few of the Dato Duo synths – the delay you hear later on is one of the settings on this cleverly designed instrument.
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