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Deep Dive into the Advantages of the POD HD Multi-Effects Processors: Multi-Head Delay

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RanaBurr: It's amazing how many classic, groundbreaking delay effect models are loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors. In my earlier blog posts in this series we've already talked on a few of these great delay effects and this week is no exception....

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It's incredible how many classic, groundbreaking delay effect models are loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors. In my previous blog posts in this series we've already touched on a few of these great delay effects and this week is no exception. The Multi-Head delay effect loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors is inspired by* a true gem: the Roland RE-101 Space Echo. Roland was founded by a gentleman named Ikutaro Kakehashi in 1972. Prior to the creation of the Roland Corporation, Kakehashi owned an electronics repair shop named "Kakehashi Musen which he later revised the name of to Ace Electrical Company. In those early years, Kakehashi designed a few musical gadgets including guitar amplifiers and rhythm machines. In 1972 Kakehashi became a minority share holder in his own company and decided to break away and the Roland Corporation was born. Two short years later Roland released perhaps their best known delay effect series, the Space Echo. There were a few differen

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It's incredible how many classic, groundbreaking delay effect models are loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors. In my earlier blog posts in this series we've already talked on a few of these great delay effects and this week is no exception. The Multi-Head delay effect loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors is inspired by* a true gem: the Roland RE-101 Space Echo. Roland was founded by a man named Ikutaro Kakehashi in 1972. Prior to the creation of the Roland Corporation, Kakehashi owned an electronics repair shop named "Kakehashi Musen which he later revised the name of to Ace Electrical Company. In those early years, Kakehashi designed a few musical gadgets including guitar amplifiers and rhythm machines. In 1972 Kakehashi became a minority share holder in his own business and decided to break away and the Roland Corporation was born. Two short years later Roland released perhaps their best known delay effect series, the Space Echo. There were a few different model

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It's incredible how many classic, groundbreaking delay effect models are loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors. In my previous blog posts in this series we've already touched on a few of these great delay effects and this week is no exception. The Multi-Head delay effect loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors is inspired by* a true gem: the Roland RE-101 Space Echo. Roland was founded by a gentleman named Ikutaro Kakehashi in 1972. Prior to the creation of the Roland Corporation, Kakehashi owned an electronics repair shop named "Kakehashi Musen which he later changed the name of to Ace Electrical Company. In those early years, Kakehashi designed a few musical gadgets including guitar amplifiers and rhythm machines. In 1972 Kakehashi became a minority share holder in his own company and decided to break away and the Roland Corporation was born. Two short years later Roland released perhaps their best known delay effect series, the Space Echo. There were a few differen

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It's amazing how many classic, groundbreaking delay effect models are loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors. In my earlier blog posts in this series we've already talked on a few of these great delay effects and this week is no exception. The Multi-Head delay effect loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors is inspired by* a true gem: the Roland RE-101 Space Echo. Roland was founded by a gentleman named Ikutaro Kakehashi in 1972. Prior to the creation of the Roland Corporation, Kakehashi owned an electronics repair shop named "Kakehashi Musen which he later revised the name of to Ace Electrical Company. In those early years, Kakehashi designed a few musical gadgets including guitar amplifiers and rhythm machines. In 1972 Kakehashi became a minority share holder in his own business and decided to break away and the Roland Corporation was born. Two short years later Roland released perhaps their best known delay effect series, the Space Echo. There were a few different mo

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It's incredible how many classic, groundbreaking delay effect models are loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors. In my previous blog posts in this series we've already touched on a few of these wonderful delay effects and this week is no exception. The Multi-Head delay effect loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors is inspired by* a true gem: the Roland RE-101 Space Echo. Roland was founded by a man named Ikutaro Kakehashi in 1972. Prior to the creation of the Roland Corporation, Kakehashi owned an electronics repair shop named "Kakehashi Musen which he later revised the name of to Ace Electrical Company. In those early years, Kakehashi designed a few musical gadgets including guitar amplifiers and rhythm machines. In 1972 Kakehashi became a minority share holder in his own company and decided to break away and the Roland Corporation was born. Two short years later Roland released perhaps their best known delay effect series, the Space Echo. There were a few different

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It's incredible how many classic, groundbreaking delay effect models are loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors. In my earlier blog posts in this series we've already touched on a few of these great delay effects and this week is no exception. The Multi-Head delay effect loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors is inspired by* a true gem: the Roland RE-101 Space Echo. Roland was founded by a man named Ikutaro Kakehashi in 1972. Prior to the creation of the Roland Corporation, Kakehashi owned an electronics repair shop named "Kakehashi Musen which he later revised the name of to Ace Electrical Company. In those early years, Kakehashi designed a few musical gadgets including guitar amplifiers and rhythm machines. In 1972 Kakehashi became a minority share holder in his own company and decided to break away and the Roland Corporation was born. Two short years later Roland released perhaps their best known delay effect series, the Space Echo. There were a few different model

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It's incredible how many classic, groundbreaking delay effect models are loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors. In my previous blog posts in this series we've already talked on a few of these great delay effects and this week is no exception. The Multi-Head delay effect loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors is inspired by* a true gem: the Roland RE-101 Space Echo. Roland was founded by a man named Ikutaro Kakehashi in 1972. Prior to the creation of the Roland Corporation, Kakehashi owned an electronics repair shop named "Kakehashi Musen which he later revised the name of to Ace Electrical Company. In those early years, Kakehashi designed a few musical gadgets including guitar amplifiers and rhythm machines. In 1972 Kakehashi became a minority share holder in his own company and decided to break away and the Roland Corporation was born. Two short years later Roland released perhaps their best known delay effect series, the Space Echo. There were a few different model

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It's amazing how many classic, groundbreaking delay effect models are loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors. In my previous blog posts in this series we've already touched on a few of these great delay effects and this week is no exception. The Multi-Head delay effect loaded into the POD HD multi-effects processors is inspired by* a true gem: the Roland RE-101 Space Echo. Roland was founded by a man named Ikutaro Kakehashi in 1972. Prior to the creation of the Roland Corporation, Kakehashi owned an electronics repair shop named "Kakehashi Musen which he later changed the name of to Ace Electrical Company. In those early years, Kakehashi designed a few musical gadgets including guitar amplifiers and rhythm machines. In 1972 Kakehashi became a minority share holder in his own company and decided to break away and the Roland Corporation was born. Two short years later Roland released perhaps their best known delay effect series, the Space Echo. There were a few different models

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