The Roland Space Echo is one of the most famous and celebrated tape delay units ever, specifically the RE:201.
Anyone who has played one will tell you how great they sound and are a real treat to use, HOWEVER anyone who has owned one (or any tape unit for that matter) will tell you how much maintenance these machines require.
Its also worth noting that they’re the size of a small amp so they’re not exactly pedalboard friendly.
Within the launch of the 20 series of double pedals from BOSS, this diamond surfaced as the answer to tape delay enthusiasts prayers.
The sounds are identical, the design pays homage to the originals black green and silver and it’s not much bigger than two small BOSS compact pedals.
Along side the obvious size benefits the reliability and total removal of regular servicing made this pedal an absolute no brainer.
The sound team at TonePedia deserve an extra large pat on the back for the work done on this pedal, thousands of real recordings are now at your disposal to seamlessly experience the RE:20 Space Echo.
|Jacks mounted on||Top|
|Weight (in kg)||1.10|
|Based on famous model?||RE:201 Space Echo|
|Width (in cm)||17.3|
|Height (in cm)||5.7|
|Depth (in cm)||15.8|