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Anyone using 2 delays in their rig?

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by damaged, Feb 5, 2013.

  1. damaged

    damaged Tele-Meister

    I want to know how you are running yours, I have one in the loop of my amp practically always on but I can switch the loop on/off from the amps channel selector. The other is on my pedalboard last in the chain after my other effects.
    The one in the loop is sitting ontop of my amp, I'm pretty much using the other delay for a specific sound and more if I want to fiddle with the settings.
    People with 2 delays on the board how are you using them - together at the same time or similar settings different tempos? In front of dirt vs behind ?
  2. artdecade

    artdecade Poster Extraordinaire

    Dec 6, 2010
    I have two. One is set up for slapback and the other is set up as an effect (very short delay with feedback - sounds like a ring mod).

    I don't use them together and they are both in the effects loop of the wet amp. The other amp runs dry.
  3. lefty73

    lefty73 Tele-Holic

    Jan 19, 2011
    I've used an MXR Carbon Copy set short-ish and a few repeats into a Boss DD-5 set for longer (longer than the MXR, anyway) delay times and one or two repeats for a long time. When combined it gives the impression that I'm using reverb without actually using reverb; I never use reverb live but there are moments during gigs that call for some ambiance. I don't use them together often; the MXR is almost always on and the DD-5 only gets kicked on for those special situations.

    They're always behind dirt (I set any amp I'm playing through as clean as it'll get) and always the last effects in my chain.
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  5. Stratburst

    Stratburst Friend of Leo's

    Mar 31, 2009
    I have an Ibanez AD-9 set for an ambient delay and a Boss DD-20 for the wackier, dotted-eighth note stuff.

    I also got a M13 and you can set that up with 4 delays going at the same time. Will have to try that sometime. :D
  6. jeb stuart

    jeb stuart Tele-Holic

    Jul 7, 2011
    rockin 3. dd6, always changing the settings, tech 21 boost dla w/out tap tempo for some wicked gilmour sounds, and a dl4 for looping and then a bunch of other sounds. love delay. a buddy of mine has an old red boss delay he is gonna send me here soon. cant wait. that will knock the dd6 outta the way
  7. Mr. Manager

    Mr. Manager TDPRI Member

    Mar 21, 2012
    Dallas, TX
    I'm running my WH Supa-Puss and SD Deja Vu together in the effects loop of my amp. The Supa-Puss is used for my dotted eighth delay and my Deja Vu is for my quarter note delay. Both have great modulation on them, and I'll sometimes run 'em both during slow songs.

    If I had room I would throw my Carbon Copy on my board to have a long delay because the Deja Vu is set somewhat short. I like to "set and forget" my pedals but still have some options when playing live.
  8. Miza

    Miza TDPRI Member

    Jul 24, 2011
    Hamilton, New Zealand
    I use two. An Ibanez AD-9 for short delay, like slapback or echo on leads, and a Boss DD-5 for longer and dotted 8th stuff. Plus the DD-5 has a tap tempo.

    One day I'd like to replace them both with one decent digi-delay with presets and built in tap, like an Eventide Timefactor or an Empress VMSD.
  9. Obsessed

    Obsessed Poster Extraordinaire

    Nov 21, 2012
    Yup, my pedal board has two delay pedals for a rhythm loop and a lead loop, that I switch with an A/B pedal. I use the boost on my rhythm EQ, so that I can switch in the middle of a song and have similar volume output. I like a touch of ambience, so I normally adjust both of them with minimal repeats and minimal mix, but both are always on unless I'm using reverb on lead or recording on separate tracks, then I play dry.
  10. seventyeight

    seventyeight Tele-Meister

    Apr 19, 2012
    Dublin, IRE
    Yup, have a good selection of delay..,

    MXR Carbon Copy
    TC Electronic Flashback
    Line6 M9 (used more for mod and filters than delays)
  11. CAAD8N8

    CAAD8N8 Tele-Holic

    Nov 21, 2010
    I also use a dd5 and ad9. The dd5 is primarily for dotted eigth or quarter note delays, with the occassional reverse delay use. The ad9 is set more for a slapback delay to thicken things up. The ad9 has also been modded to self oscillate, but I only do that at home for the heck of it, never live.
  12. iheartreverb

    iheartreverb Tele-Meister

    Sep 30, 2012
    I have 3. One on a mid length delay which is what i use 90% of the time. Another set faster which I only stack on top of the first (never use on own) and another used on a 'Hold' setting to loop what I'm getting from the other one/two.

    Make sense when put into context that I play post rock/ ambient stuff. I only have one dirt pedal (big muff) which is before these in the chain .
  13. Tele Fan

    Tele Fan Friend of Leo's

    Oct 26, 2007
    Louisville, Ky
    I use two. One for slap back and one set long for Gilmore type sounds.
  14. Stratburst

    Stratburst Friend of Leo's

    Mar 31, 2009
    Don't dump that AD-9 anytime soon. I find there's an analog warmth to that pedal the digital boxes have a hard time replicating. That's why the AD-9 has stayed on my board, even though the DD-20 can technically do anything the Ibanez does.
  15. Frodebro

    Frodebro Doctor of Teleocity

    Aug 17, 2012
    I have just one, but it's got dual delays and 100 presets... :twisted:
  16. SockPuppetMasta

    SockPuppetMasta Tele-Meister

    Oct 19, 2010
    I am.
    I run a Eventide TimeFactor for rhythmic/longer delays and a Echorec for... Echorec sounds :lol:
  17. Pete W

    Pete W Tele-Meister

    Jan 15, 2013
    I run two as well, a Boss DD3 for solo's and a Boss DD7 for comping with the 70 Vibrolux amp.
    Once in a while I will use an old DM2 in the front end of my Mesa 525 and the DD3 or 7 in the effects loop.
  18. rangercaster

    rangercaster Friend of Leo's

    May 8, 2008
    portland, or
    i have 5 or 6 delay pedals ... sometimes i like to hook them all together on the longest delay settings ... then i hit a chord and hear it half an hour later ...
  19. jondanger

    jondanger Friend of Leo's

    Jan 27, 2011
    Charm City, MD
    Yup, I run 2. DD3 before the volume pedal set for a short, single repeat, not quite slapback, more of a stutter. Then a Carbon Copy after the volume pedal for ambient modulated longer repeats.
  20. sagaci

    sagaci Tele-Meister

    Nov 10, 2011
    Line 6 DL-4 and Wampler Faux Tape Echo w/ Tap
  21. Deep South

    Deep South Tele-Holic

    May 25, 2010
    Baton Rouge
    I run two, one for slap the other for a modulated tape delay used for ballads mostly.
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