A video we made showing you how to change the tape loop on a Roland Space Echo RE-201.
You’ll need a new loop: we only recommend our own replacement loops or those from Echo Fix; please do not fit any other brand in our machines (it will invalidate the warranty). You can read more about our investigations into tape for Roland echoes.
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Thanks for reading. This post is one of a series on Roland tape echoes that we are compiling into an online resource for tape delay fans and users. Other instalments include tips and tricks to get the best out of your machine, talking about reliability of tape echoes, how to choose the right tape delay, care and maintenance of your tape echo – find them all here.
from around the site:
All tape is not equal. Many (most?) tapes available online do not perform well in Roland echoes... Based on our experience working on hundreds of tape...
Some of the nuggets of wisdom we've picked up as we've overhauled, tested & sold hundreds of tape echoes, as well as using them in our...
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Links below for service manuals for all models of Roland Tape Echo - available to use and download.
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