According to the lot notes from Bonhams auction house website, Eric Clapton used the Ibanez HD1000 Harmonics/Delay, a DBX 160 compressor, a model SDE-3000 Roland delay, a Dyno-My-Piano Tri Stereo Chorus, a Boss CE-1 chorus, and a Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal pedal for his Bob Bradshaw rack system in the mid to late 1980s.more
Absolutely everything in the studio goes direct into a patch-bay rather than the Soundtracs 16-8-16 mixer, even the Linn Drum. His effects range from a few Rebis modules, to a Ibanex HD1000 DDL, MXR Graphic Equaliser, and Electro Harmonix Instant Replay unit. There are also about five cheap and noisy effects pedals. Monitoring is via a pair of the ubiquitous Auratones whilst his latest purchase, a Sony PCM F1, has relegated his Revox B77 to the role of tape echo. The Sony is "a very neat little video machine. Betamax is much better than VHS because you can freeze frame upon frame which is great for me because I like working with pictures. It's brilliant for outdoor work too — it's lighter than a Uher and when you add a camera its a video!"more
"I also have a Roland 31-band graphic equalizer, the SEQ 331, a T.C. Electronic 1140 parametric equalizer, and an Ibanez HD-1000 Harmonics/Delay on ‘The Family and the Fishing Net’ for doing sound effects an octave up. I have quite a long delay on it – about 310 milliseconds – with a lot of feedback.”more
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