I was surprised at how good the quality was.
By: dogloverfolks from Ft. Wayne, IN
Your general opinion of this product.
I've been a professional audio engineer for over 30 years. L.A., Atlanta, and 20 years in Nashville. During that time I have used the best equipment available as most pro studios have top quality equipment. I've used EMT plates, EMT 250, Lexicons (all models), AMS, and others. I have a home studio for my songwriting and playing. I've used consumer grade reverbs in the past and they just didn't sound that good. I was very surprised at how good it did sound for what I paid. It's not a Lexicon 480 but it's very good. For my recordings I use Altiverb software. This unit is used on my guitar when I play through my amp which has no reverb but I would use it on recordings if I didn't have Altiverb. I'm impressed. This tells me that the processors are getting cheap enough to use in lower priced products. Technology always gets smaller, cheaper, faster, and better.
Would you consider this product to be made well? How dependable?
Lexicon has be around for years. They don't put their name on junk.
Ease of Use
How easy is this product to use? How easy is the product to use with other products? Did it take long for you to learn to use this product? Was the manual helpful? How playable do you consider this product to be?
I didn't need the manual. It's pretty straight forward. It might not do everything someone else might need but it works for me.
What do you consider to be the best features of this product? What features would you add to this product if you could?
1st. the sound of Lexicon reverb. I have a GT10 and the other effects are as good as the Boss GT10. Again, surprised. It ain't broke so don't fix it.
How is the tone?
Lexicon Reverbs and effects. Great as usual.
How has it stood up over time?
I trust it will be fine.