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Alto Alphaverb2 Stereo Digital Effects Processor
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The Alto ALPHAVERB2 contains 256 studio quality stereo effects in one affordable digital effects processor! Effects include reverb, chorus, flange, d...Click To Read More About This Product
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A rackmount effects processor with all the goods, 256 of 'em!
The Alto ALPHAVERB2 contains 256 studio quality stereo effects in one affordable digital effects processor! Effects include reverb, chorus, flange, delay and various combinations of each. The Alto Alphaverb II is also a useful companion for a small PA system, rehearsal room, home studio, or mobile PC recording environment.
- 16 effects programs with 16 variations of (total of 256 effects)
- Easy-to-use, affordable and rackmountable
- Half rack space chassis (optional mounting kit available)
- High-quality BurrBrown 1-bit A/D and D/A converters
- Hall, rooms, plates, vocal and effects combination available
- Bypass footswitch input
- Stereo inputs and outputs (also supports mono operation)
- Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz
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This little unit (Alto Alphaverb2 Stereo Digital Effects Processor) is a great meat n' potatoes processor that's ready to go right out of the box! A plethora of variations on your standard non-reverb effects (chorus, flanger, etc.) can be had. However, this doesn't provide you with a choice of "modeled" effects that emulate big name processors. Instead, the non-reverb effects tend to have a somewhat unique character to them which I took a liking to right away. The reverb side was pretty predictable, all variations sounded just fine. I bought this for my porta-studio and so far couldn't be happier. If you need a basic, simple little effects processor that sounds great at a practically give-away price, buy this!!!
Pros: Compact size, easy to set up, works in mono or stereo. Cons: Some the effects on the extreme settings are a bit overbearing. Short delay time between effects when switching from one to another.Overall: Decent reverbs, but all are not good. You will have to experiment to find which you like. The delay+reverb setting is overbearing unless set to minimum delay times. Chorus OK, a little bland. Short learning curve right out of the box. Not a bad unit at all considering the price point.
I bought for my small PA application, but have been playing guitar through it. For the money I paid on "Stupid Deal of the Day", I'd say you would have to be stupid not to get it. Fun toy.