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By DANIEL BROCKMAN  |  September 8, 2008

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THE ECHOPLEX | Brian May of Queen on “Brighton Rock” | So many of rock’s greats in the ’70s mastered the Echoplex, but how many could run two or three in series like Mr. May to reach the dizzying heights of the guitar-army breakdown of “Brighton Rock”? For a brief time, Echoplexes threatened to make the rest of the band obsolete.

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