Video: Dunlop EP103 Echoplex Delay and Preamp

Today, Brian Kehoe from Dunlop Manufacturing brought along Dunlop's newest pedal – the EP103 Echoplex Delay – to demo for us here at Reverb.

If you've gotten into the world of vintage tape delays, you know that the sounds that they can produce are totally unrivaled. But as an aficionado, you also know that the problems that come along with them are vast and headache-inducing.

The Dunlop EP103 Echoplex Delay is the answer to these headaches. Modeled after the beloved Maestro Echoplex tap delay, the EP103 is a digital pedal that stays true to the classically warm and complex tape echo while avoiding all of the malfunction of the real deal. This pedal allows you to push down on the volume knob and turn to the desired "age" of the tape, allowing you to achieve everything from a clean tone to a more saturated and vintage sound. The best part? It's housed in a chassis that'll fit easily onto your standard-sized pedalboard.

Brian pairs the EP103 with the Echoplex Preamp. This is an all-analog pedal that's modeled after the original Echoplex preamp circuit, which means no added gain and no boost – just the classically good stuff. For the full Maestro Echoplex experience, pick one of these up, too.

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