Alongside the Echoplex, Dunlop has unveiled several new products for 2014, which it will showcase at the NAMM starting today.
The EP101 Echoplex Preamp recreates the tone of the EP-3 used by the likes of Jimmy Page, Eddie Van Halen and Eric Johnson.
The True bypass preamp is equipped with a Field-effect Transistor (FET) just like the original '60s Echoplex and follows the exact same signal path as the EP-3. Operation couldn’t be easier with one single Gain control that allows you to boost the signal up to +11dB, providing a light overdrive at higher settings.
The Echoplex Preamp runs on a 9V battery.
- Max Input Level: –5 dBV
- Max Output Level: +5.5 dBV
- Noise Floor: –95 dBV
- Max Gain: +11 dBV
- Input Impedance: 730 kΩ
- Output Impedance: 55 kΩ
Pricing and availability haven’t been disclosed yet, but that should happen soon enough.
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