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Equipment Reviews: Effects: 4ms: AGE-One Guitar Echo
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MSRP: N/A
Retail: $500.00
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URL: 4ms
Updated: August 26, 2003

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 » Review posted by Anonymous on Thursday, Apr. 11, 2002 @ 1:22 PM
General Comments:
I bought the Age-one echo after being frustrated with older tape-echos (who are out of date and expensive to repair etc) and other digital boxexs like the Boss ones. But this really brings back the saound I wanted! Clear, crisp and noise free. I really strongly recommend the product for you who are looking for that old guitar echo-sound from the 60-ties! find out more at: http://www.guitarecho.com/index.htm

What do you especially like about this product?
The Sound is very clear, noise free. Gives a nice boost to your guitar, should you need it. The thing for Shadows and Spotnicks fans who like play themselfes. P.S. The manufacturer is Amtech, and really there should be a possibility to add a manufaturer in the listing. I had thus to pick one to be able to give you this.

What do you dislike about this product?
It's a bit expensive (but then again - a good piece of work.)

Recommended: Yes

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 » Review posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, Jul. 31, 2001 @ 1:57 PM
General Comments:
This is great little guitar for just foolin' around or taking on trips. The sound tends to be a little "twangy" but it is able to keep up with a regular size acoustic just fine.

What do you especially like about this product?
The portability of this guitar is unparalleled. It is small, light weight but still sounds like a guitar. It can easily be changed over from righty to lefty with virtually no modification too.

What do you dislike about this product?
With the over all size of the body being really small, those without good form will find themselves wanting to play it more like a bass with your hand resting on top of the body than in front of it. The light weight makes it easily movable in your hands. Could use a little more weight up front. (Thinking about trying one of those Fat Finger Guitar Sustain enhancers sometime in the future to see how that helps, anybody try one of these?)

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