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Hello. <BR> <BR>I'm a beginner from Thailand. And I have decided to buy an echo/delay effect for live dubbing. <BR> <BR>In my home town got Yamaha E1010 and Roland RE-200. But I have trouble to decide witch one I shall buy , Yamaha E1010 or Roland RE-200 ? <BR> <BR>thanks , respects <BR> <BR>APIRAK
The RE-200 is a very rare early model produced for only one year. if it is in good shape it will be ok. but you must be aware that you need to replace the tape from time to time. replacement tapes are very hard to find so you will probably have to make them yourself. <BR> <BR>the e1010 is an analog delay so it's more reliable but has a different sound. i never tried it so i can't give details.
found this at <a href="http://gearslutz.com/board/showthread.p ... nextnewest" target="_blank">gearslutz</a>: <BR><font color="119911">Basicly, the RE 200 is a RE 201 with different buttons, different VU meter and a shorter tape loop. It has the excact same functions, same (5) amount of playback / erase / record heads. The 200 has, though, got at stand by switch, not found on the RE201.</font> <BR> <BR>so it seems this is a very similar unit functionally. as i understand the standby switch will switch off the motor so that you can use the spring reverb alone without having the tape running for nothing. <BR> <BR><img src="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... 7/1173.jpg" alt="front"> <BR> <BR><img src="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... 7/1174.jpg" alt="inside">
Thank you very much mr.interruptor,I've got this unit about 3 day ago,all the function are work fine,i really like it's reverb,I ran my guitar track thru it and it sound so warm and beautyful. The echo sound also warm and good.I really like that echo release. Thanks again.