Roland RE-150 Space Echo
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Roland RE-150 Space Echo

RE-150 Space Echo, Delay/Eco from Roland in the RE series.

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moosers 20/05/2009

Roland RE-150 Space Echo : la opinión de moosers (content in English)

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The Roland RE-150 Space Echo is one of the first units of its kind and is truly a classic piece of gear. It is an all analog unit and actually has a real audio tape inside of it that provides the tape echo. It has 1/4 inch inputs for either your microphones or instrument and also has 1/4 inch outputs for a foot pedal and for both direct output signal and wet output signal. This is not a rackable unit and is enclosed in a box.

UTILIZATION

The configuration of the Roland RE-150 Space Echo isn't too difficult to understand. Each input has a knob for getting your level, and there is a large knob in the middle to choose between six different modes, three of which are repeat delays and three of which are single delays. It then has other knobs for repeat rate, intensity, and echo volume. It also has a VU meter and a switch with a few options in your output section. I've never seen the manual for the Roland RE-150 Space Echo but it is an easy unit to use and you really don't need it.

SOUND QUALITY

The sound quality of the Roland RE-150 Space Echo is absolutely awesome. The real tape loop gives it an awesome sound that is warm and vintage sounding, and the vast array of parameters allows for complete control over your tone. This unit is great for just about any application that you would want to use delay with including for vocals, guitars, and just about anything else you can think of. The Roland RE-150 Space Echo is really the holy grail of tape echo delays and truly has one of the best echo tones I've ever heard.

OVERALL OPINION

I've been using the Roland RE-150 Space Echo for about four or five years and I can't say enough about how awesome this thing is. It has a great reputation and for a good reason - the tone quality is really out of this world. These aren't that hard to find but aren't cheap. If you love that vintage delay sound like I do, there is no better than Roland RE-150 Space Echo.