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Nux Tape Echo (NDD-7)

SKU: 173382UK
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The NUX Tape Echo (NDD-7) pedal pays tribute to the iconic Japanese made Space Echo of the mid 70s. Get access to classic tape style delays, a Spring Reverb and more with this superbly featured pedal.

Utlizing Core-Image technology, the NUX Tape Echo manages to capture all of the charm and tonal qualities of the classic Space Echo unit. 

The pedal features all the essential controls to coax out and control those legendary tape delay sounds. Bass, Treble and Select (repeat pattern) sit along the top row, with a screen nestled in there too for a visual aid of settings. On the second row you have controls for Time, Repeat, Level and Reverb -again modelled in the Space Echo's reverb - a natural spring reverb sound, which when combined with the warm and organic delay gives you lush echoes.

Added versatility comes via holding the Select knob, giving you additional controls for Saturation, Wow, Flutter Kill Dry and Exp (use a foot switch for self feedback).

NUX have also added an onboard looper to the pedal. Press the ON and TAP footswitches simultaneously to enter SOS mode (looper). The ON footswitch can do REC/PLAY/DUB as phrase looper function. The display will show you current status. During loop playing, you can press ON and TAP footswitch to quit SOS mode, the loop will keep playing. You can change the parameters and re-enter to SOS mode.

If you want more control you can assign MIDI setting via the Editor. Simply connect the pedal via the TRS/MIDI 3.5mm connections for the MIDI I/O functionality.

With its compact from, classic Space Echo inspired sounds and superb versatility, and great feature set, the NUX Tape Echo is a great addition to any guitarist or bassists FX rig.

  • Up to 1600ms stereo delay time by Tap Tempo
  • 7 Repro-Tape Heads combinations and Reverb only
  • Core-Image technology brings natural Tape Echo with parallel spring reverb sound back
  • Realistic infinite pitch-shift feedback with TIME & REPEAT knobs tweaking
  • Sub-division time signature with Tap Tempo foot switch
  • 40 seconds stereo phrase loop with OLED status display
  • Optional delay time display (MS / BPM)
  • MIDI In/Out
  • Holding ON footswitch for self-feedback


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