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MXR 01A

MXR 01A Digital Reverb

The MXR 01A also known as the Model 191, was manufactured by ART (applied Research & Technology) and was a very expensive reverb at the time, selling for more than a Lexicon PCM 60.

MXR Model 129 Pitch Transposer

MXR Model 129 Pitch Transposer

Vintage Digital & Analogue Studio Effects Vintage Digital This Image was created by and is the Copyright of Vintage Digital Ready to Buy? Details The MXR rack line of gear line began with 2-space rack units such as the MXR

MXR Model 113 Digital Delay

MXR Model 113 Digital Delay

The MXR Model 113 Digital Delay was one of the very first digital delays to be put into production in the mid 1970’s. It is a pretty gnarly sounding early digital delay sounding more like a dirty tape delay.

MXR was founded in Rochester, New York in 1972 by Keith Barr and Terry Sherwood. Starting life as a guitar pedal manufacturer they ventured into studio rack effects in the mid 1970s.

The MXR Model 126 Flanger/Doubler is perhaps the most recognised of those rack effects, and you can still find these distinctive looking effects in studios around the world today.

During the mid 1980s they did a deal with fellow Rochester natives ART to produce the MXR 01A Digital Reverb, which is clearly a rebranded ART 01A.

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