Fulltone Solid State Tape Echo review

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Based on the iconic Echoplex EP-3, this hotly anticipated tape delay doesn’t come cheap. Sam Atkins tries not to get too attached… Let’s square up to the elephant in the room straight from the off. The Fulltone Solid State Echo (SSTE) costs the same as 14 Mooer Reecho delay pedals and you could fit eight of them in its footprint. It will More...

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