How much does the T-Rex Binson Echorec cost?
The T-Rex Binson Echorec is billed as an echo "machine" that produces magnetic disk echoes, which is pretty cool - but it's not cheap. The ECHOREC currently retails for $2,100.00 on Sweetwater, and is only slightly cheaper in used markets.
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Pricing from Sweetwater and eBay
We were not able to find the ECHOREC aside from entries in eBay, Sweetwater, and Reverb. The listings here are live, though keep in mind they can change, especially with eBay. If it's listed as out of stock, just browse around for other listings. Reverb used options are below the price history table.
Price alert (lowest between eBay and Sweetwater)
This tracks the lowest price from the above list and does not include Reverb. The lowest running price is likely to be Reverb or eBay, though Sweetwater has a lot of price drops as well. It'll just depend on when you look.
Price history (lowest price among vendors)
This works the same as the price alert. If the lowest price changes, it'll be reflected here.
Price History for T-Rex Binson Echorec Magnetic Disk Delay
|Current Price||$2,100.00||December 7, 2023|
|Highest Price||$2,100.00||October 5, 2023|
|Lowest Price||$2,100.00||October 5, 2023|
Last price changes
|$2,100.00||October 5, 2023|
There are typically a few ECHOREC listings on Reverb, in roughly the same price range. You can check their product listing page here for updated listings and prices.
We don't expect the price of the ECHOREC to fluctuate very much since it's already such an expensive, high-level effects unit. It's more properly categorized as an effects or echo "machine."
Remember that pricing and availability are subject to change, even with tools like this one that update automatically.
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