New echo pedal day, and it's huge (that's what she said)! It's a Danelectro Reel Echo. Really is a quite sizeable unit. Sounds very cool though. I mainly use it for slap echo. It has some cool features too, I think. It has the usual mix and repeat controls, but also a 'lo-fi' control, which is basically like a tone control. Very useful I find. It can also be switched between 'tube' and 'solid state' mode. Solid state, as you might expect, sounds very clean and clinical. Tube mode is warmer, and slightly noisier. Can also be used in stereo. Sadly I haven't been able to try this out yet as I don't have enough cables. The warble feature emulates the momentary speeding up and slowing down inherent in a tape machine. Not something I'm that interested in personally. Overally, very happy with my purchase. Has more features than most of the cheaper pedals (like the lo-fi control, and the solid state/tube switching), but not superfluous features that I'd never use. Pretty reasonably priced, I thought. I also looked at the Wampler Faux Tape Echo, but it had features I'd never make use of, and is very pricey, though sounds great and is beautifully made.