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Roland RE-3 Space Echo
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Roland RE-3 Space Echo

Delay / Echo from Roland belonging to the RE series.

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domgt40 domgt40
Publié le 07/13/06 à 21:21
Effects of simulated analog delay echo chamber type band (simulates numriquement) + reverb
5 DIFFERENT ditables algorithms (time to time limit, number of rptitions, more intensity modulation type "wow magnto of" called "Warmth" (heat) assayable
Pramps two-microphone (or guitar) and a line between
-Jack connector (-10dB or +4 dB)
19-inch rack-
Brief: prsentation rack classic black trs

UTILIZATION

with rotary pots edition: edition trs simple, intuitive and IMMEDIATE
5 memory "user" for each of the five modes available, very easy mmoriser
number is quite low these days and the time limit is not displayed (so used to pifomtre). In addition, the maximum is less than half a second ,.... c ' isa fair bit!

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is tonement trs trs good, both clean and trs "hot", but sweet Submitted trs, trs trs rich and dense .. I was given this machine that I bought new twenty years ago and I just redcouvrir: happiness.
I have a tc electronics g-major and some other modern BCAN but I am impossible to "clone" the space echo sounds avec.On gets trs cool but a little cold (very pure ) and a little skinny in comparison. The sounds of Dlay / echo band imitated by the RE3 ROLAND personals are full and I know what cell is (the natural heat pramps? Quantification 12bits? Modulation type? ... (at least, sounded great) and a sound room trs cho (such Pink Floyd Manuel Gttsching / Ashra) ...
no breath, used in studio or scne like new!

OVERALL OPINION

Bought new around 1987.
the rack is too large and deep I got, I have a simple 5 pedals with memory and 25 pots that sounds like .... (You can RVer! Right?)
else: Overall, this thing is .... gnial recalls the first Dire Straits and U2 (Unforgettable Fire era) .... and more.
C "is an old trick to keep DEFINITIONS.
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