Lexicon MX200 rack unit for Guitar
Has great reverb, delay, chorus, and for $200, I really think the people complaining need a reality check. I can't see ANY piece of gear giving anything NEAR this kind of Bang For The Buck.
I currently have 2 Lex units: This one and a *very* old MPX100 (15+ Years, and still kickin!).
I use both in my effects loop for a 5150 hi gain tube amp. It's the only effect I use, as I prefer the pre-amp distortion and don't use pedals, just my Lex units.
As far as the features, you can read the literature, I only have 2 complaints about this unit:
1) The layout is 'backwards', and by that I mean that looking from left-to-right, instead of Delay-> Reverb, as most people would route, the effects are listed 'Reverb-> Delay' in the selection columns. Take a close look at the front panel, you'll see what I mean.
That's the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars. If it was only based on quality of sound, it would be 5 stars.
(If it was for value, whoo-boy, 10 stars, lol.)
2) There's no 'Triplet Delay' as far as I can tell, and I've tried all the settings.(That's why I still have/use my MPX100)
My very old and worn in MPX 100 sounds a little 'warmer' (or dirtier, if you prefer), but this is an excellent unit for $200.
The reverb on this blows away any amp reverb for sure, and is prolly the 'verb you can get short of spending over $1K, the chorus is gorgeous and a deep as you want, the delay is ducked and sounds outstanding, the flanger is lush but not 'metallic'.
I can't speak for live sound use, but for what I use it for, I love it. Buy another in a heartbeat.