Echo tango 06/21/2010

Truetone H2O : Echo tango's user review

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Delay & Chorus in one pedal. Footswitch on / off for each effect, the 2 being cumulables.Switch "normal / lush" for chorus and "short / long" for the delay. Chorus: reglada speed / depth / delay. Echo length adjustment / repetition and level of effect. Mono jack input and output pseudo stereo.Alim 9V battery or transformer.


did not need additional math 'to use the abestiole (otherwise it's simple: buy it)


Nothing to do with Boss DD3 and CE3 who eventually get tired. Here there are the side heat echo and a wide range of sounds next chorus. Chorus discrete sounds that are reminiscent of the Electric Mistress, a real pleasure to explore the capabilities of the beast. The echo is more analog, without the sharp edge of DD3 (excellent machine but moreover it comes to sound and we always swim fast subjectivity) Personally I love it! In addition to the activation effect causes a slight boost that comes good point for solos. My set up: CryBaby Wah, Dist-X Blackstar, Blackstar HT Dual, Visual Sound H2O, Boss TR2 Tremolo, Tuner Korg DT10. Guitars: Ibanez SZ 320 (fitted with Seymour Duncan SH4 SH2) and EX401 LTD. Laney GH50L (Retube for my taste) and baffle Framus 412 (rewired and blocked). I was a little neglected by the chorus but fatigue was here a beast that deserves attention


2 months of use and I discover each day chorus sounds interesting. Solid construction like Visual Sound can do. For the price I made a big deal. Nine is still not given. Before the next election, wait for me to tire of the vehicle.