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Alesis MidiVerb vs. Lexicon MPX 100

Discussion in 'Ask Steve Lawson & Michael Manring' started by techtone, Jan 15, 2001.

  1. techtone


    Jan 7, 2001

    Can you tell me anything about these two? I'm planning on buying one of these!
    How is the sound quality? What about using them live? ( in my effects loop)

    I hope you can help me!
    Thank you!

  2. Steve Lawson

    Steve Lawson Solo Bass Exploration! Supporting Member

    Apr 21, 2000
    Birmingham, UK
    I don't have extensive knowledge of either, but what little experience I have of the MPX100 is all good - obviously not as high tech at the MPX1 or G2, but still a fine unit for delays, reverb and a few other bits...

    The Midiverb sounds that I've heard others using on gigs have been a little noisy, but your best bet is to go to a PA shop and try them out head to head...


  3. The lexicon is way better than the alesis, for several reasons.
    1. Is that it has a higher bit processing rate.
    2. The reverbs sounds much more realistic.
    3. I just sold one to John Patitucci for his live rig and he loves it, even called back to me so :)
    These areonly a couple of reasons. Contact me if you have further questions. I also sell other processors if you're interested.

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