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Boss RE-202 Space Echo pedal

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  • The timeless sound and feel of Roland's RE-201 immortalized in a modern-playing pedal
  • Delivers coveted multi-head echoes with expanded delay time
  • Includes all original 11 echo combinations with an additional 12th courtesy of a fourth tape head
  • Independent stereo reverb section includes original spring reverb as well as hall, plate, room, and ambience
  • Saturation control dials in compression and preamp coloration; Wow and Flutter control adds in different levels of tape modulation
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Roland’s multi-head tape echo has become the stuff of legend – as our recent retrospective on the RE-201 explored. 

The company knew that such an important machine deserved to be celebrated in a delay pedal and came up with the Boss RE-20 around 15 years ago. However, technology moves on and the time was ripe to revisit the Space Echo, with new advancements allowing a deeper delve into its complex non-linear behaviour.

Boss says that everything that influences the sound was carefully examined and recreated with new algorithms, the result being not one but two new pedals: the triple-footswitch RE-202 we have on test here, and the RE-2, which comes in standard Boss compact pedal form – still sonically potent but missing some of its sibling’s features.

  • The timeless sound and feel of Roland's RE-201 immortalized in a modern-playing pedal
  • Delivers coveted multi-head echoes with expanded delay time
  • Includes all original 11 echo combinations with an additional 12th courtesy of a fourth tape head
  • Independent stereo reverb section includes original spring reverb as well as hall, plate, room, and ambience
  • Saturation control dials in compression and preamp coloration; Wow and Flutter control adds in different levels of tape modulation
  • Tape button swaps between "new" and "aged" tape sounds for even greater sonic variety
  • Input button toggles between Guitar and Level modes to match any rig
  • 4 onboard "Memories" expandable to 127 via MIDI
  • Warp and Twist your sound via delineated footswitches
  • Stereo I/O; tap tempo and carryover functions