Roland RE-101 Space Echo


The Roland RE-101 Space Echo is a vintage analog tape delay and reverberation unit. It was first released in 1974 and has been used by a variety of artists, including David Bowie, Brian Eno, and Radiohead.

The RE-101 works by recording an incoming signal onto a loop of magnetic tape, then playing it back with a delay. It has a variety of features, including a three-head design, adjustable delay time, and a built-in spring reverb. It also has a built-in chorus effect, which can be used to create a unique sound. Additionally, the RE-101 has a built-in EQ section, allowing users to shape the sound of the delay and reverb.

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