Electro-Harmonix Releases Slap-Back Echo

US 1970s analog delay pedal reissued with modern updates      03/02/23

Electro-Harmonix tells us that their new Slap-Back Echo takes the essence of one of rock guitars most iconic effects and boils it down into an ultra-compact footprint without sacrificing modern flexibilities. A spokesperson said, "An analog delay with a single repeat, the EHX Slap-Back Echo can be used to add bathroom jangle, boosted doubling effects with BBD mojo, and more!"

Here's more, direct from EHX...

The late 1970s rarity Electro-Harmonix Slap-Back Echo pedal is reissued with modern updates and a Pico footprint!
The 50s era gave birth to an iconic sound in which a single, short delay was utilized to add depth and rhythmic effect on countless recordings. The newly reissued all-analog design of the EHX Slap-Back Echo delivers this beloved classic sound and more in a Pico-sized pedalboard-friendly package. With three delay time settings and up to +20dB of boost, the Slap-Back Echo can achieve subtle doubling effects to intense bathroom reflections all with the distinct flavor of bucket-brigade (BBD) circuitry.

Housed in EHX's Pico-sized chassis, the Slap-Back Echo features Gain and Blend knobs as well as a Time switch. The Gain knob controls the input signal before the echo circuit and also adjusts the overall volume at the output with a boost of up to +20dB. The Blend knob mixes the dry signal and the echo signal from 100% dry to 100% echo. The Time switch selects between three different delay times: 45ms, 65ms, and 100ms.

Features:

  • Independent gain and blend knobs
  • Time switch with 45ms, 65ms, and 100ms delay times
  • Up to 20dB of boost
  • True-Bypass
  • Small, pico-sized chassis
  • 9V power supply included

Pricing and Availability:
$81

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