Re: Rockman X100
Posted by: PaulBonrud ()
Date: December 28, 2013 11:46PM

I still own two X100's but neither one is in perfect working order (and they aren't for sale). They sounded cool back then but the switches and jacks wore out very quickly. Also, I hated the fact that there was always an effect on the signal. You couldn't completely disable the effects. It was either chorus+echo or just the chorus or just the echo. The effects levels were set pretty high too. While it worked great for leads, the swirly effect soup made a mess for rhythm, in my opinion.

Paul

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