You never see people posting about the Emma D anymore, why is that?
Curious, you are right. I wonder if the folks that have it just enjoy it and don't talk much. Or maybe they all went and got M3s
I liked the Emma alot.
It's been discontinued.
I would still have one (I actually had two), but I stumbled across an original MuIII at a Guitar shop in Seaside, Oregon, and sold both Emma's to cover the cost of the MuIII.
If anyone in Portland Oregon wants to try a Haz unit, there is currently a HAZ MuIII+ at Old Town Music here in Portland, and another Haz MuIII+ at the Beaverton Guitar Center (30 Day Return Policy - otherwise known as The Free Rental Program!).... the thing is, you can't just try it and say it sucks, you have to read the directions and put the dip-switches where it makes most sence for your desired results, and run it in your OBEL. Then you can do a comparision.
Here is the Manual if you want to get a feel for how it works:
I picked up a vintage MXR Envelope filter at Old Town Music, and it sounds great to my ear. I will use it for non Mutron events (MuIII's are great but sometimes I need a smaller grab-and-go EF that fits in the guitar case with a coupla cords). It is super conveinient. I am putting a belt-clip on the back so I can wear it like a pocket-knife sheath, and I have a 3-foot TRS cord that I used to use in a Mixer Rack so I can wear it on my belt and run it in the OBEL. That will be fun to try when I get it going!