> All the EH reissues have been pricey, so there's no reason to believe >that the 16sec delay wouldn't also be I don't know about this. the Microsynth was selling for $500-800 used right before they brought out the reissue. While it's not 100% the same it sells for $250+ new now which is very reasonable relatively speaking. the 16 second delay now goes for over $1k all the time. A $250-300 price tag would be fine by me if they do it. > And I'd say that the demand for the EH-16 is very slim ("What, no MIDI? >No stereo? No > tap-tempo?!"), compared to wacko pedals for vintage-obsessed guitarists. Well i gree it's not the most in demand piece but along with those guitarist that want it (and there are quite a few) there are synth players and other musicians who all have created thje demand enough to make them sell for so much used now. Reissuing them will certainly turn a nice profit even at a couple hundred dollar street price IMO. __________________________________________________________________________ HELP WANTED PRODUCTIONS - Http://www.voicenet.com/~legion "Bringing you the best in Organic Electronic music since we started..." Home of the Unusual Instrument and Recording Gallery with pictures and info of Tube recorders, Omnichords, weird guitars, Casios, and more.