"Removed while two guys recovered from alcoholic over enthusiasm. Thank you so much guys, that was really helpful :-/ Space echo RE-501, £900 plus £20 shipping. From my eBay listing- "Good condition. Japanese/US power (needs transformer). This is ex Verve circa Forth. Since, with my early work with the Verve, and our T-shirts, featuring my old 201, I'm one of the folks who are responsible for the escalation of the prices of these machines, and also since I've had not one but two Space Echoes stolen, I'm unfortunately joining the trend of Space Echo exploitation."more
A FOH stage hand sent out a couple pictures of Chris Stapleton's live rig on May 27, 2016 in Simpsonville, SC at the Charter Spectrum Amphitheatre. The stage setup clearly matches the setup seen in various videos around the web from early-2016 shows. The Roland RE-501 Chorus Echo can be seen clearly on top of Chris' rack setup.more
As seen in many images as Pauls primary delay unit. "Also, notice the Roland RE-501 Chorus Echo. This was a tape-echo machine introduced by Roland in the early 80s; sadly, it was also their last electro-mechanical effects processor. Again, this unit came packed with; you’ve guessed it, chorus effect! If you think about that, it kind of seems very logical right know, because his guitar sound it’s filled with modulation that seems to primarily come from chorus. Also, it’s worth mentioning that the Roland RE-501 has 5 different delay modes. He’s probably using settings 4-6 (which allowed the user to have two different delay times at once) in order to create the dotted eighth repetitions in some songs." - Thatdelaypedal.com (MM)more
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