Lexicon Lxp-1

Discussion in 'Reverbs / Effects (outboard)' started by Hemmick Reef, Jul 7, 2005.

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  1. Hemmick Reef

    Hemmick Reef Guest

    I have decided to finally buy a secondhand reverb unit so that I can compare it to plugin verbs. I am just about to buy an Lxp-1 on reviews I have read + it's cheap.
    Anybody know when it came out, when production finished, how much it cost and how it measures up to other lexicon units?

  2. huub

    huub Guest

    the cheap lexicons sound nowhere close to the more expensive ones..I love the lexi verbs, but my mpx 110 never ever gets used..
    It's not better than logic's platinumverb..
  3. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    Feb 10, 2001
    I had a Lexicon LXP-1
    It was an O.K. unit. I think I paid $150 for it used and sold it for like $50 years later. But it was a decent unit. No real major complaints.
    But it's def not high quality reverb IMHO
  4. It is great. Probably the best sub 1000$ reverb. I use it every day, a lot more than plugin reverbs.

    Lxp1 has a very warm sound and it goes really well in the mix. It is great for drums and electric/electronic instruments but if you need reverb for vocal and acoustic stuff I suggest PCM70.

    Later lexicons are not that good (i had mpx1 and mpx100).
  5. Hemmick Reef

    Hemmick Reef Guest

    How does the Lxp-1 compare to p/core & UAD plugin reverbs?

    How much did the Lxp-1 cost brand new?

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