Well, they used the original master tapes, but there was somebody else on the mixdown board. How much changes are actually done, probably varies from album to album. I don't have the LZ II MFSL, but I do have some others, and I like them fine. I think alot of what I like about the MFSL copies is the great quality vinyl, and I can get that with a good Japanese pressing, which is usually cheaper, sounds just as good, and uses the original mix. Sometimes there is a generational loss, if the master tape sent to Japan was a copy. Most times I am very satisfied with Japanese pressings.
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