Farewell To Kings Tour pic. The Tapco Reverb is on top of the Tapco 2200 rack EQ, both in the rack on top of the Leslie cabinet. nestled between the Hiwatt stacks, and the Roland Space Echos (on the far left, on top of Geddy's bass cabinet(s)) Rush Equipment List - European Tour 1978 Alex Lifeson Gibson Les Paul, Gibson Custom double-neck 6/12-string, Gibson 355, Fender Stratocaster, Gibson Dove acoustic, Epiphone C060 classic, Gibson B45 acoustic, 3 Barcus Berry studio pre-amps, 4 Hiwatt 100 watt amplifiers and cabinets, 2 Fender Twin Reverbs, Roland Boss Chorus, Roland Space Echo, Maestro Phase Shifter, 3 Cry-Baby wah-wah pedals, 2 Morley volume pedals, 2 Maestro parametric filters, Electro-Harmonix power boost, Moog Taurus bass pedals, Tapco graphic equalizer, Tapco reverb unit. Geddy Lee 1969 Fender Precision bass, 1974 Rickenbacker bass, 1978 Rickenbacker bass, Rickenbacker custom double-neck 4/12 string, Moog Taurus bass pedals, Mini-Moog, Oberheim synthesizer, 2 Sunn 2 x 15" cabinets, 2 Ampeg V4B bass cabinets, 2 Ampeg 250 watt SVT amplifier heads. Here's the link to the original article. http://www.2112.net/powerwindows/transcripts/19780400beatinstrumental.htm#equipmentmore
like a roland chorus echo's spring reverb section on crack... lush, not too boingy but not too realistic either, dead quiet and functional at instrument or line level with gobs of adjustable parameters to get the EXACT sound you need (and if its not quite right try hitting it into a gate)... I just dug this old girl outta my attic by chance looking for soe jeff buckley tour picks for some assholes on this site who want to buy them off me... once I found the Tapco I used it on some electronic music to liven up a few synths I re-amped thru my 60s Traynor PA (all tube, only 1 channel modded for guitar use, the others are synth heaven, guys) by patching this old girl in the line level FX loop, wow!
very affordable. I think I paid $25 for this unit....