Roland DC10 Analogue echo


The Roland DC10 Analogue Echo is a vintage delay effect unit from the 1980s. It was used by many famous musicians, including David Gilmour, Brian Eno, and U2. The DC10 works by taking an incoming signal and delaying it by a certain amount of time. It then repeats the signal, creating an echo effect. The DC10 features a delay time of up to 1.5 seconds, a feedback control to adjust the number of repeats, and a tone control to adjust the sound of the repeats. It also has a built-in chorus effect, which adds a shimmering effect to the sound.

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