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The vocalist I work with was looking for a cool little effects box and 
I almost recommended this... but then I realized it's line level only.  
Makes sense for a DJ, but the cool thing about the KAOSS pad is that 
it's got line and mic inputs (as well as phonograph in).  She could 
hook it up into the effects loop of her little Behringer mixer, but 
she's kind of a newbie to electronics so I'm guessing the simpler the 

If anyone knows has a lead on a cheap KAOSS pad let me know.

Mark Sottilaro

On Monday, August 4, 2003, at 07:06 AM, Scott Hansen wrote:

> the alesis ineko is a fun little effects mangling tool for guitar 
> (works
> great w/ drum machines and keyboard also--actually probably better, 
> since
> it's a dj tool originally). at 69$  there is some useful stuff on 
> there.
> i mainly use it for the effects that aren't on most gtr fx boxes:
> ring modulator, filter stuff, digital grainy fxs, lfo,  etc.
> note: you can only use one effect at a time, and the matrix buttons 
> move only in one direction, but it doesn't cost much.
> if i were to compare it to the korg kaoss pad (1st ver) that i 
> recently got:
> i'd say the kaoss pad can do more serious mangling, but it also has a 
> 5 sec
> sampler in it, and was double the cost originally.
> but the ineko is a great little tool to add to your arsenal if you 
> like weird
> effects.
> if you're a gtr tube preamp tone purist who occasionally likes a 
> little chorus
> or delay here and there, i'd say :stay away!
> s---
> Been eyeing this one too, but more for soundmangling type of effects. 
> Can anybody comment on its array of sound possibilities, flexibility, 
> ease of use? Any guitarists using it in their Repeater FX send/return?
> Nic
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Nemoguitt@aol.com
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Sent: Saturday, August 02, 2003 11:19 AM
> there was some talk about this unit a bit ago.....MUSICIAN'S FRIEND 
> has it
> for $69.99.....$199.>$99.99>$69.99.....very tempting for a small kit 
> reverb
> unit.....michael
> --