Boss RE-20 Space echo, en optimal simulering af produktet RE-201, Tap input-pedal så du kan indstille dalaytiden med din fod, mode selector med 12 indstillinger, expressionspedalen kan styre flere parametre, på kontrolpulten kan du finde regulator til: treble, repeat rate, echo volume, bass, reverb volume, intensity, input volume. Effekt on/off-pedal. Strømforsygning er ikke inkluderet. BESTIL strømforsygningen: Artikelnr.: 102842 Boss (Roland) PSA 230S eller artikelnr.: 108096 Thomann NT AC/PSA - power supply
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I bought this unit as i wanted a traditional feeling tape delay unit without the cost of buying a piece of vintage kit.
The Boss RE-20 Space Echo features both delay and reverb and gives you the ability to mix between both. Tweaking on the controls the delay can re-pitch which sounds amazing. The unit can be used as a DI effect or you can use on a bus if you choose, there are inputs and outputs for both. I like the feature where the light simulates the old school tape running, a nice touch. the unit is cable of producing some amazing feedback sounds.
The Boss RE-20 Space Echo is a solid built unit as you would expect from boss. I use this Boss RE-20 Space Echo in a home studio with a selection of synthesisers and drum machines so not generally running a guitar through it.
To finish, this is a fantastic delay pedal, capable of reproducing a wide array of delay effects. I would say this unit is good value for money.
I have purchased this little pedal because I didnt have money to buy the real thing. I was hoping it would just be a digital emulation of the real thing. It turns out it is not really. It is a nice little piece of kit however it really has a mind of its own and it doesnt have the right delay patterns as the real unit. I wanted to use this for reggae and dub pieces which the real unit does it perfectly where as this pedal doesnt really kick in where you want it to. If you just want something for the ambiance sort of echo this can do that well but if you want to control the patterns probably not.