Does this sound too much like spam? Answered
I'm currently working on an instructable on how to determine what sound equipment will best fit your needs. I have a step in there about effects, however, I strongly believe that if you are going to use effects, that you should use Lexicon. I say as much in my instructable, but I don't want anyone to think I work for Lexicon, or am somehow advancing myself by promoting Lexicon. I have included the excerpt that I am concerned about below. If you could tell whether or not you think it sounds like spam, that would be great. Also, if you do think it sounds like spam, could you give me some suggestions about how I could revise it so that it doesn't?
If most people seem to think it doesn't sound like spam, best answer will go to the first person who responds as such. Otherwise, it will go to the person who can suggest the best way to revise it. Thanks in advance!
"If you decide that you need an effects processor for your system, I would recommend an "all around" effects processor that has all of the major effects on it such as delay, echo, reverb, pitch shift, etc. It should also have good parameter adjustments on it so that you can tweak it. A decent effects processor would be here. It is pretty much the only effects processor that I will use. It's not cheap, but it is worth every penny. Lexicon is considered the leader in effects, so even if you can't afford the one I linked (the MX200), try to look for a Lexicon that you can afford."