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Archie Walpole

 

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Virginia, USA
Post  Posted 20 Nov 2022 2:25 pm    
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I’m an old PSG beginner by 3 years and I now think my electronic signal chain is complete. Just received a Keith Hilton Legend Delay pedal. It is everything I had read about and more. It’s literally church mouse quiet. My EXPO via Erv’s Bullet cables into a Matchbox, Goodrich VP, Legend, and Quilter TT-12 (using amp reverb). I figure after I catch up on these 50 years being behind in my practicing……it’s about as good as I can get.

Thanks, Keith, for a great product!

Arch W
Virginia Beach VA
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Erv Niehaus


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Litchfield, MN, USA
Post  Posted 21 Nov 2022 8:25 am    
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Archie,
Thanks for using my cables! Very Happy
Erv
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Craig A Davidson


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Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin USA
Post  Posted 24 Nov 2022 8:09 am    
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I had one but Keith made me send it back. I didn't want the high tech power supply he was selling to use with it. It wouldn't work only about 40% of the time on a brand new battery. I liked it but too much hassle.
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2013 Williams D-10, 2019 Williams D-10, 1970 Fender Twin, Evans SE200, Fender Tonemaster Twin, Hilton pedal, Jagwire Strings.
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Archie Walpole

 

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Virginia, USA
Post  Posted 24 Nov 2022 4:06 pm    
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I should have indicated I power up with a One Spot.
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