Re: Little Lanelei, was Danelectro Spring King Reverb

    I never actually tried it, just eye balled it in the store.  I think
the one I was looking at was the AD-5 and the Yamaha one is called the
AG-Stomp box, very similar.  The Yammy has much of the same stuff,
feedback reduction circuit, etc.  I'll have to give it a real try
sometime (actually both). many toys, and so little money
and so little time.

Don D.

Grbullets2@xxxxxxx wrote:

> Don,no I haven't seen the Yamaha unit.I've owned a Boss AD-3 for a few
> years now and I love it.After all,the harp is an acoustic
> instrument,and to make it even better,the high and low EQ settings on
> the AD-3 are set right at (high 6.3kHz and low 100Hz.) These
> frequencys are right at the high and low end frequency response of a
> typical Shure magnetic bullet mic which is what I use so you can
> really tailor the way your mic sounds.You can really fatten it up or
> you can thin it out to make it sound like a crystal.I use mine with a
> Bassman RI all stock.I love the reverb and the 2X2 chorus too.What
> kind of mic and amp did you use,and what did you think of the
> reverb?If I didn't know better,I'd say it was a spring.By the way,if
> you want more,the AD-3 has a big brother called the AD-5.It's got a 4
> band EQ,two mic inputs,one of which is for a magnetic mic and XLR
> inputs,it has the same preamps,reverb and chorus,and a few more bells
> and w! histles that I can't remember off the top of my head,and of
> course,the anti feedback circuit.I'd love to try one but I'm happy
> with the AD-3.The AD-5 is about 2 to 3 inches longer than the 3 too so
> it probably won't fit nicely on top of the amp like the 3 does.
>         Everyone that's ever tried mine was very impressed.I'm really
> surprised that they're not better known in the harp world.I don't see
> them around alot in the stores.Maybe it wasn't a big seller and they
> discontinued them or something,I don't know.I'm very glad I found it
> and I don't think I'll be selling or trading it for another kind.I
> think the only thing I'd trade it for is an AD-5.So I'd like to know
> what you thought of it over all and did you get a chance to really try
> all of its features.It takes a little playing with to really
> understand what its capable of doing.Anyway,I'm glad to hear that
> someone else found one and gave it a try with a harp! Let us know what
> you think of it.........Dave

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