As the 100th pedal in Boss’ long history of compact guitar effects pedals, the TE-2 Tera Echo just had to be a bit special and offer something a bit different. Well, I think it’s safe to say that it’s done that: this is not your normal delay pedal, as this excellent review from Sonic State shows:
The Tera Echo is great for creating some spaced-out, rich, swirling ambient soundscapes, but in a way that is an effect you’ll keep using, and keep finding new ways to use. There is clearly a lot going on inside this pedal, it sounds like the result of a Friday night lab experiment involving some reverb, chorus, delay, filtering and pitch modulation.
As one of three new Boss compact pedals released at NAMM 2013 to use the Boss Multi-Dimensional Processing, it comes as no surprise to learn that putting the TE-2 Tera Echo together with its counterparts, the DA-2 Adaptive Distortion and the MO-2 Multi Overtone pedals, gives you some sounds you won’t find anywhere else…
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