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3Derek7

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Lexicon Alex Multi-effects
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Does anyone know how good (or bad) this is for a Gate and a bit of Reverb? i have an opportunity to pick one up for about $55....is it worth it?
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Re: Lexicon Alex Multi-effects
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No and Yes, Lexicon make many things, none terrible and some that are the best (IMHO) there is. I don't know how the gate will go (but gates are relatively simple), I've never heard bad lexicon reverb mmmm Is it worth it, absolutly  :thumb-up:
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Re: Lexicon Alex Multi-effects
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A working Lexicon reverb for only USD 55, yup worth it

Been happily using my Lexicon Reflex for years.
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