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Wampler Faux Tape Echo with Tap Pedal

Wampler Faux Tape Echo with Tap Pedal

Wampler gives you the best of both worlds with the Faux Tape Echo pedal: a digital delay chip for pristine signal, and analog modulation for organic warmth.

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Submitted October 9, 2013 by Joshua Campbell in Lady Lake, FL
"Tape Echo Delay Pedal"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
Unbelievably smooth tone! exactly what my effect chain was missing. I can easily change delay timing without bending over in the middle of a song (or set.) This is prestine studio quality sound ready for the live venue.
Musical Background:
been playing guitar for15 years (church and live rock) I am currently in a rock/ metal band writing new music
Musical Style:
Rock / Christian / Metal
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Submitted August 7, 2014 by Joshua Kim in Cerritos, CA
"Nice delay pedal but making a white noise"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
One of the best sounding delay pedal that I have. The built quality is good like my other Wampler pedals. Only problem is that is that pedal is making a noise whenever Tap Tempo (right LED on the pedal) blinks. I cannot stop the blinking on the pedal because it is automatic. I contacted Wampler (no response) and Zzounds support (responded once but no follow up) so I am returning the pedal.
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I play guitar, bass, drum and keyboard on and off for 30 years.
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Submitted April 27, 2015 by Jonathon K in Bryan, TX
"Cool pedal but too noisy "
I bought this on a recommendation from a friend. And to his credit, it is a really cool pedal. It simulates the old Tape Echos and the Tap tempo feature is sweet. Now for the big BUT... The deleted/decaying signal has has a microphonic sounding distortion associated with it. As the sound fades away, it kinda buzzes. I called Wampler, but the Technician was too busy recording a Podcast to talk to me. I was told he would call me back, but it never happened. I returned the pedal and zZounds took it back... No questions asked
Musical Background:
Small band
Musical Style:
Jam, impriv
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