Effects Processors user reviews

  • Roland RE-101 Space Echo

    Roland RE-101 Space Echo - moosers's review


    The Roland RE-101 Space Echo is a real tape delay unit. It was released at the same time as the RE-201 and is essentially it's little brother as it's a bit more limited but still shares the same sort of quality. For those new to the Space Echo unit…

  • Moog Music 12 stage phaser

    Moog Music 12 stage phaser - "Best phaser I have ever heard"


    This is simply a Phaser effect. With the 6 knobs and 2 switches you can you can do all the editing needed on the front face of this pedal. This is purely an analog machine, no digital whatsoever. Like most of the MoogerFoogers you only have Audio …

  • Moog Music MF-104 Analog Delay

    Moog Music MF-104 Analog Delay - "Super Warm Delay"


    This is Moog's version of an Analog Delay pedal. When it comes to effects, it is a one trick pony, but don't let it fool you. With the right twisting of knobs, you can get some really out of this world delay sounds. This pedal is not editable thro…

  • Lexicon PCM 60

    Lexicon PCM 60 - "A very basic oldie but goodie"


    The Lexicon PCM 60 is a 16-bit mono in/"stereo" out digital reverbration unit dating to the mid-1980s. The unit is a dead-simple bare bones affair, with only two main programs: Plate and Room. For either program, there are two banks of four add…

  • Moog Music MF-103 12-Stage Phaser

    Moog Music MF-103 12-Stage Phaser - "chewy"


    This is a very tweakable analog Phaser built by some very talented people. 1/4" input and output drive and output controls to match your signal for unity or overdrive 6/12 stage selector lo/hi speed selector LFO out to send the LFO to other g…

  • Moog Music MF-104Z Analog Delay

    Moog Music MF-104Z Analog Delay - "Glorious analog echoes"


    All analog goodness. Not some sort of emulation, digitally controlled, "analog" signal path with digital chips, or any other misrepresentation. This is the real deal old school sound and feel. -1/4" ins and outs with additional dry output. -effe…

  • Furman RV-1 Reverberation System

    Furman RV-1 Reverberation System - moosers's review


    The Furman RV-1 Reverberation System is a true analog spring reverb. I don't know what year this one was made, but it's certainly on the older side. I really didn't know that Furman made this kind of gear at any point until I used the RV-1 as they'…

  • Sony MU R201

    Sony MU R201 - moosers's review


    The Sony MU R201 is a vintage stereo digital reverb and multi-effects unit and is one of the first of it's kind. It was made in the mid to late 1980's and has stereo 1/4" inputs and outputs as well as MIDI connections and footswitch controllers as w…

  • Alesis The Wedge

    Alesis The Wedge - moosers's review


    Alesis' The Wedge is a mini reverb effects device that is designed to sit on top of your desktop. It's an older unit, but still sounds good and is quite easy to use. It's quite compact and features an easy to use interface without too much clutter …

  • Yamaha D5000

    Yamaha D5000 - moosers's review


    The Yamaha D5000 is a little known digital delay unit. It's got a lot to offer, but like a lot of digital outboard gear has been pushed to the side in lieu of plug-ins of the same function. The D5000 consists of connections for stereo XLR inputs an…