there were a few items i was looking for and, after some hunt, i've found them:
Weird choice, but it has some nice sounds.Reason for purchase was chasing a certain Mike Oldfield sound.Even when MO played with a whole orchestra, the other guitar players(there were like four of them) had no other choice but to buyto buy this product to get the same sound
Messing with his options you can also get many 80's sounds.Sounds a bit like a rockman, but also hints at JC120.The OD/dist are analog.Chorus is very, very nice.
Digitech IPS33B harmony machine.
LIking David Torn can be Dangerous both for the ear and the wallet
.This one is a sort of harmonizer with certain effects that can be applied to the harmonized notes.Tons of options, you can even create your own scale and it will be harmonized perfectly.
After watching Jeff beck "live at Ronnie scott's" over and over, i bought this reverb unit(he used it in that gig) to get that kind of reverb flavour.Very easy to operate, limited( it is very old)options, but sounds very nice.Bought for cheap.
Last, but not least..............
after lusting after its reverb for many years, finally i did pull the trigger on this:
During the years, i've tried both the Eclipse and the Reverb pedal that came out a couple years ago.This unit,albeit more than 15 years older has a much better and dense reverb.Not to mention all the million things you can do with it.It is a good idea to put it in the mixer aux sends.
Many people are fond of the H 3000, but this one has the same quality.Besides, the h7600 is too pricey.
Playng with just guitar, a tube amp and this, on his reverb settings, it is soothing and relaxing to the point of meditation.
Thanks for getting through this, if you have any questions.................