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Lasse Elmer
Posted on Monday, October 08, 2001 - 06:54 pm:   

anybody ever heard of a Roland DC-20 analog echo machine - not tape? I can get it for 60$ is it worth it?
any help would be appreciated. The only stuff I could find on the web were these two pages:

Posted on Tuesday, October 09, 2001 - 11:27 am:   

i own a boss rx-100 which is a spring unit seemingly from the same product line as the dc-20 -->link

these devices seem to be aimed more at guitarists
than for studio use. on both machines you don't
have a wet/dry control which is annoying if you
want to use it as an auxiliary effect with your
mixing desk: it is not possible to mute the
clean signal - you will always get the original
signal on the return path plus an adjustable
amount of effect signal.

if you don't find another dubhead who can tell you
about it's sound & "dubability" i would definately
recommend to try out the device yourself before
buying it. (never trust a guitarrist..:))

The Interruptor

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