Re: [Harp-L] Lee Oskar's quality is slipping

Hey Jimmy --  I tried the Dano Fab Echo a year ago, and reviewed it on my
blog.  I liked it for slapback echo, but noted the absence of a "Delay Time"
control.  You can adjust the number of repeats and the mix, but not the
delay time.  If you turn the Repeats control to the minimum you get a single
echo, or slapback.  Then, the only adjustment left is mix.  The Fab Echo is
essentially a one-knob pedal for harp players.

The pedal is not noisy, and it is pretty sturdy.  The LED pilot light is a
brilliant blue color.  For fifteen bucks you just can't go wrong.  I ended
up giving it away to my girlfriend's guitar-playing son (he thought it was
great) after I bought the Delta Lab delay pedal: $59.99 at Guitar Center.  I
heart cheap delay pedals, and it sounds great.

I'm looking forward to hearing your opinion of the Fab Echo pedal.

-Rick Davis
The Blues Harp Amps Blog

On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 11:40 AM, <jim.alciere@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Had to buy a new Lee Oskar A harmonica. The old one went out of tune.
> Didn't
> even last four years. Big gig on Labor Day Weekend--playing outside for a
> friend's party. We get paid with beer and food (and seeing as currently I'm
> a tea-totaller--they're getting a good deal). Got a Dan Electro Fab Echo
> for
> a whopping $15.00. I'll send in a review after I've had it for a while.
> --
> Rainbow Jimmy
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