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I need a delay pedal

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Gmountain, Nov 12, 2017.

  1. King Creole

    King Creole Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

    Jan 24, 2011
    Colorado
    Analogman Ardx20. I've had it for years and I love it.
     

  2. studio

    studio Poster Extraordinaire

    May 27, 2013
    California
    I have a Dan Echo too. It's very versatile especially the slapback switch, instant 1950's!
     

  3. Paul G.

    Paul G. Friend of Leo's

    Mar 17, 2003
    Rhode Island
    I've owned gobs of delays, analog, digital -- even tape.

    The two best I've ever used for live work are the Boss DD3 (wish I still had it) and Mad Professor Deep Blue (presently on my board).

    I think the analog is always better rep is a lot of hooey.

    P.
     

  4. Gmountain

    Gmountain Tele-Meister Silver Supporter

    118
    Jun 7, 2015
    Florida
    Well ok, i have no experience with a delay pedal, and I play all kinds of stuff, but nothing well. jazz, blues, soft rock, Christmas carols. No metal or anything like Zeppelin. So good suggestions all.
     

  5. DaveKS

    DaveKS Friend of Leo's

    Oct 21, 2013
    KS
    If I had to pick one simple, do a lot delay, it would be Hardwire DL-8.

    But I also own....... here goes.

    PDS 20/20 and 8000, VFE Ravine and Möbius, Adineko, Hermida EPH-3 and MultiTap, Lovepedal Stir Of Echos and DL 1.6. Also a Jamman Delay that has a phrase looper and a synced 16sec delay.

    In racks I've got RDS 4000, Lexicon Vortex and Jamman, and my old Art SGX-2000, I love that old Art thing because it has analog filters/eq, tube and solid state preamps and pitch effects setting in front all kinds of delay/reverb types.
     

  6. Georox

    Georox Tele-Afflicted

    Oct 30, 2014
    The tan house in AZ

  7. Strato50

    Strato50 Tele-Meister

    Age:
    50
    328
    Mar 30, 2017
    Port Arthur TX
    Yep no need for the big bucks this little pedal does it all.
     

  8. bluesholyman

    bluesholyman Tele-Holic

    702
    Nov 10, 2013
    Greater Atlanta
    I have to keep the mix just above 0 - yep, that far down. Even all the way down, its adding something to the sound and just above there seems to be a sweet spot for a nice delay that you hear but its not quite so obvious. Above that, it becomes really present and that has its place, but I like to use it just enough to enhance the tone.
     

  9. schenkadere

    schenkadere Friend of Leo's

    Age:
    51
    May 13, 2009
    NY
    A very underrated delay. Wish I still had mine.
     

  10. Anode100

    Anode100 Friend of Leo's

    May 9, 2014
    Behind my beard.
    I built my own using a kit from ebay.

    It's PT2399-based, and I built it as I fancied a signal boost (for solos), and delay, in the same box.

    Monkeyed with the feedback resistor of the summing stage, and hey presto!

    For 'shop bought', I really don't think you can go wrong with a Boss DD-3.
     

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