A high quality German tape echo for sale serviced and sounding great.
You need to get the levels right to get the best out of these machines, but they reward experimentation – they can be noisy compared to Space Echoes, but they have bags of character.
Sounds great on guitar, synths, keys and as a mix effect. The Dynacord Echocord Super 76 is a testament to German engineering and design – Dynacords were used by Kraftwerk and many other influential bands. Bags of character and great fun to ‘play’ with the slider and repeat knob… The spring reverb makes this a very versatile unit.
Inputs/outputs have been converted to ¼” jacks for ease of use (they were 3 pin DIN sockets originally).
The condition is very good for one of these machines. There are a few scuffs and one cigarette burn to the case but the face is looking great.. Click on the photos to zoom in and see more shots.
There are no known operational faults with this unit.
(Please note: it is always possible with vintage equipment that some crackly pots/sliders may develop over time when equipment has not been used – even during shipping – this can usually be easily rectified either by use or judicious application of suitable switch-cleaning spray).
It has an IEC socket and switchable power supply so can be used anywhere in the world without a transformer.
Here’s a quick update for all who’ve placed preorders for the Soundgas Type 636.
PUBLISHED: 26th Jun 2019
On Thursday 6th June, we held our inaugural Soundgas Roadshow event at Strongroom Studios in London: hands-on vintage gear demos in the afternoon, and then an...
PUBLISHED: 19th Jun 2019
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