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  • Tell me about the Alesis Midiverb II

    I've been searching a lot to find out what chorus/delay effect Ty Tabor used on the first few King's X albums, particularly, Gretchen Goes To Nebraska. It seems that he used a specific patch (program 62?) from the Alesis Midiverb II to get that great effect behind his sound. I'm looking for a unit that can get me close to that effect. I realize there were a bunch more factors to his tone, but I'm just interested in that chorus/delay effect.
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    It's been a long time, but what I remember about it is that it wasn't programmable at all...you either used what was there, or didn't use it. I do remember a frozen flange patch that sounded pretty cool. I'll bet you could get one super cheap, considering it's limited capabilities.
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