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Gigging with TC 2290 Experiences? Analog Processors (HW)
Old 3 days ago
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Gigging with TC 2290 Experiences?

I'm really considering taking the dive into some rack gear for time-based and modulation effects as it seems prices for rack gear has kind of come down and matched prices of the high end pedals.

I know the TC Electronic 2290 is kind of the "holy grail" of rack delays but have heard some mixed reviews on their durability. I was wondering if anyone could shed some light on their own experiences or advice on whether gigging with a 2290 is feasible or if they'd opt for another route, and if so what would you recommend?

If it is "okay" to gig with a 2290, just make sure it's got a good roadcase etc.?
Old 3 days ago
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I´ve been gigging for years with a 2290. Don´t worry too much, it´s made for the road. Of course they are not new or lets say >20yrs old. You have to expect that there may come issues just because of the age.
Old 2 days ago
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Well, ours went south at the studio. E.J had been using it for about 15yrs. Had it fixed 3 times but we are at the point now where it's just not worth the pain anymore. They are great but not sure I would depend on it being your workhorse on live gigs. Unless you have 2 of them or an amazing tech that can keep it up. Not all of us are The Edge.
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