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Marshall Echohead Digital Delay

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The Marshall Echohead Digital Delay features HiFi, Analogue, Tape Echo, Multi Tap, Reverse, and Modulation Filter settings. Controls include Delay Mo...Click To Read More About This Product

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Six distinct delays with a ton of control!

The Marshall Echohead Digital Delay features HiFi, Analogue, Tape Echo, Multi Tap, Reverse, and Modulation Filter settings. Controls include Delay Mode, Delay Time, Feedback, and Level producing everything from crystal-clear repeats to classic analog echoes to psychedelic reverse, and modulation delays. An optional momentary footswitch may be connected for realtime tap tempo adjustments.

  • HiFi
  • Analogue
  • Tape Echo
  • Multi Tap
  • Reverse
  • Modulation Filter Controls include Delay Mode, Delay Time, Feedback and Level

A versatile delay pedal that belongs in every guitarist's gig bag. Don't delay in ordering this delay!


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Great sound, but not reliable...

By EJ Lynch guitars fan

from Redding, CA

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I got this delay about two years ago. I got it because I really liked the tone compared to many other delays I listen to. It has a sort of smooth reverb to it. To me the Boss had sort of a boring sort of comercial sound. I gave it a five for the features, because I really liked the sound (especially the analog delay), but recently it just totally stopped working. I had problems with it periodically, but usually it would eventually start working again. So the good side of this pedal is it's sound.The bad sides are:1. It stopped working2. The nobs are almost impossible to see how they're set when you're standing up. Marshall should rethink that part (make the lines on the nobs some bright color or something...).

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Echohead review

By Fender_Mike

from Dearborn, MI

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I had been looking for a delay pedal for the last few months. I had been tempted to buy the Line-6 Echo Park (EP), but decided not to. However, I'm glad I bought the Echohead instead. It doesn't have all of (nearly) endless options as EP, but the build quality is very good, and I like the firmer, more solid knobs than EP. Sound quality is very, very good, in my opinion, and I've plugged it into a Deluxe Reverb Re-issue and Kustom '36 Coupe, and it sounded outstanding on both. If you want tap tempo, though, you'll need to buy a separate Marshall footswitch (details are in the manual). For me, a hobbyist/home-user, a very good purchase, and cheaper in price than EP. If the tap-tempo issue doesn't matter to you, which it doesn't to me, I'd recommend this pedal.

(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


Be Afraid..Be VERY Afraid!!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I purchased this pedal after I bought my Marshall GV-2. I figured, "If the Guvnor is this cool, then the delay must be equally awesome!", right?WRONG!!. The first pedal I got from this site, and for the hour that it worked, I must admit, it was sweet. After the initial hour, however, each repeat it gave was not much more than pure static. I tried different cables, a different battery, even a different guitar to no avail.Wanting to give the pedal a fair shake, I returned it. Got new pedal in just over a week. The second pedal lasted for a whopping 2 hours before it crapped out as well. It gave me the same staticy sound after being used for just 2 hours.Needless to say I am VERY disappointed in the EH-1. I think I'll go back to my DD-3.Nuff' Said.

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By Hollywood

from Austin

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Let me start off by saying I haven't tried any other delay pedals, so I cannot compare this one to others. I will tell you, however, that I certainly would buy this delay again if i lost it! plenty of options to mess around with, easy to figure out, and doesn't add any humming or feedback to my system. I gig 3x per week and its holding up quite nicely! It works well with the wireless system i use also!plenty of delay time adjustment, in my opinion, i would never need any longer delay than what is given.


Echohead Vs The Rest

By Alan--xxar

from New Zealand

I am primarily reviewing this in relation to a number of pedals and rack units. Reason being: I believe this offers quite some value as a compromise between high-end pedals, and the more expensive rack units. I own a number of the rackmount Korg SDD Series delays (the SDD 3000, SDD 1000), the Boss DD5 and DD6 and the Line 6 Modulation Delay. First impression: very low price for what this can actually do! Exceptionally easy to use, stereo outs and a tap connection allows this to be compared to more fully featured pedal-based delays and the main features which I think set it up for favourable comparison to the Boss DD6 and the Line 6 Echo Park is it's inclusion of the Tape Delay and Modulation feature. In my opinion then this pedal ranks better than the DD6, namely because these features should almost be required for a delay pedal these days. So, this sets the Marshall up for favourable comparison to the Line 6 Echo Park, another high-quality stomp box. It's not too much different, true the Line 6 has maybe a tad more control, but, it should be realised you'll put another $50-100 on their pedal to get that. The sound of the tape delay mode on the EH-1 is very, very nice in stereo, and adds that slight bit of modulation almost, without resorting to the modulation mode. This is perfect for out-of-phase sounds you would hear on U2 guitar parts - something that is typically achieved via a rackmount dedicated unit. I run my effects through a a/b/y splitter into a 300W Fender Bass Amp, and a Marshall 50W (with additional feed to an H/H 100W amp as well) In my opinion, this would be a very safe buy, and I actually plan to buy another one to replace the DD6 on my current board. I use one of these in conjunction with a DD6 on my floor units at the moment, which comprise about 10 pedals and another korg AX30G in addition to some custom-built pedals. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a versatile, but relatively low cost pedal. Forget a DD6, you don't really need one with the EH-1 around at the moment, and you'll get much closer to the versatility of the EchoPark without resorting to the bucks.



By Nathan Charles

from Norristown, PA

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I always wanted a delay pedal but never felt like spending the money or actually looking into various pedals that I may have considered buying. Due to the discount, the extremely sturdy build, versatility and the fact that I wanted a delay. Weeks after buying it, I realized it was the best decision ever. This pedal blows away all the others I've used and even at the kidof high price is well worth it. Sometimes it's stubborn but has never failed me when I've needed it. This is just an amazing pedal


Excellent Box

By C E Flint

from Mississippi Delta - Home of the Blues

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The Echohead is an extremely versatile, quality effect. I've used quite a few delays and this is my favorite. Digital, Analog, Multi, and Tape settings are all excellent, clean sounding delays... just what you want. The Reverse isn't quite what I expected, but I've actually found a few tunes that it fits nicely into. Doesn't suck tone from my signal. American Strat or ES-335 into Budda Wah > TS9 > EB Volume > Echohead > Vibrolux or Tech21 TM60. The "spill-over" option is nice. Allowing your echo to decay naturally when you switch it off.The tap tempo works great, but requires an additional foot$witch. I use the Boss FS-5U. Unfortunately, the Marshall companion switch is not available in the US. The tap switch looks to be about 1/2 the size of the Echohead and would be the perfect companion.Batteries will work for a couple of hours. Get an AC adapter. The box is a nice, small size that doesn't use a lot of real estate. Seems to be built VERY well. Sturdy.If you're looking for a clean, quality built, and VERY versatile delay/echo, you'd be wise to give this one a try. I'd buy it again.


Solid, but eats batteries for lunch

By Trent

from Minneapolis

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This is a great little delay pedal for the money. I built my own tap tempo for pocket change - having the tap tempo in a delay is totally necessary, it's just too bad not many include the feature. The sound is fantastic on this thing. Just got it so I haven't completely explored all the features yet. It's not as fully featured as some more expensive models, but there are certainly more expensive models with FEWER features too, so this is a pretty good deal when it comes right down to it.Just a word to the wise: don't rely on batteries for this thing EVER. If you accidentally leave this thing with something in the input jack for 2-3 hours you'll find a dead battery waiting for you when you return.Overall I really recommend this for the price:features:sound ratio.One final note, all the other reviews that mention not being able to see the dial positions are totally correct. I don't know how they did the lighting in the promo shots, but you can't see those things at all unless you really look carefully. I'll be adding a strip of black electrical tape to make it easier to see without damaging the chrome.



By rck1979

from Ohio

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I have been looking for a delay pedal for awhile. I tried the DD-3 and DD-5 (too digital sounding), the Danelectro DE-1 (too noisy), some Ibanez's and others before coming across this. Man was I surprised when I hooked it up! It sounded fantastic, was studio quiet and was more versatile than anything else I tried. Plus, it felt like it was built out of granite. The only negative is that the marker on the chrome knobs is very hard to see in bright lights. I got around that with a little bright red paint.

(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)



By rigid

from singapore

I have this pedal for a year now & have that feeling something isnt right. I also experience when delay is turn on totally no delay coming out. Or can hear a clicking sound when turning on/off or tapping an additional tap tempo pedal. Or Volume become louder or wavy. Overall I really want to sell it off ... I gave a rating of 4 because then I realized the polarity isn't right, so I saw an article in the forum just to cut & reverse the adapter cable will do. So I did only the particular cable power adaptor as my other pedals having same polarity except my EH1 and I really am very happy afterwards with the sound quality. Now I can feel the reverb when doing a volume swell....

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