Custom Shop Tube Tape Echo (CS-TTE)
Usually In-Stock, but may take 2-9 days for your item to build, test, and ship your TTE
You cannot buy this anywhere in the world except for direct from Fulltone! Each one is hand-built here in Los Angeles, one at a time, built for you.If you have any questions email us here
FREE SHIPPING! (USA only) and very cheap shipping everywhere else in the world!
We now allow a “3 day tryout” for you to decide if you’re happy with your purchase. If not, you may return the item for a full refund minus all shipping costs. All Returns for SSTE, TTE, ECF, or TERC incur a 15% Restock Fee, no exceptions.You must contact us via email within 3 days of the item being in your possession and we will facilitate the return.
current users include Tom Petty, Keith Richards, John Mayer, Ronnie Wood, Robert Plant, etc
We rarely have one that's not spoken for, so grab it while you can.These are always the latest version with full Warranty. If this shows as "sold out" come back in a few days, email us, or you can buy a "cosmetic blem" from us here.
Power Requirements: All Fulltone Tape Echoes can be easily & quickly modified internally for any country's wall voltage via the simple instructions in the manual
Fulltone Tape echoes are the best sounding and feeling echo devices you will ever play through, and if you buy one I bet that you will own it for the rest of your life. It's not easy or cheap hand-building Tape Echoes in the USA, in California, none the less. It is an intense labor of love and a source of pride because honestly no one else can do it but me...or they would.
The definitive How to Install a Tape Cart in a Fulltone TTE (4K hi-rez video) is live now on the Official Fulltone YouTube channel.
Which tape to use?
We are getting a lot of questions about a new “lubricated tape” being made by a popular tape company.
This tape is strongly “not recommended” for use in Fulltone or Echoplex tape machines due to poor recording and poor erasure performance, and a very loud and constant sputtering noise present at all times due (in my opinion) to the lubricated coating being applied too thick to both sides of the tape, lifting the tape off the heads too far.
The tape we use has a lubricated material bonded to the backing that does not interfere with the audio quality.
Use Fulltone tape with your Fulltone tape machines.