Seems ripe for a software emulation. The comment about it being 8-bit and feeding back through the A/D converter was interesting. Other than that, just looking at the controls
it seems like an ordinary delay with modulation, feedback, and wet/dry balance, but with a really long delay time. I had pretty much the same thing with a KORG SDD-1000 but with only 2 seconds. The half/double speed and reverse are unusual but easy to
implement. If anyone has or remembers one of these I'm curious about what beyond the basic functionality makes these sonically so unique.
From: Richard Sales [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, April 14, 2013 11:13 AM
Subject: Re: Nels Cline on his EH16ddl from PG (5 essential effects article)
Watched the Nels Cline vid and liked what I saw... so I thought, well, this is a pretty cool device. Maybe I'll buy one!
Then I looked in Ebay. Then I scoured the internet.
Rare as hen's teeth!!!!
I did find one for $1,600.