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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by telefunken, May 24, 2019.
Whatever you do,
Awesome, lemme guess, wormhole? time travel? inter dimensional experience? Rainbows and unicorns? Sta-Puff Marshmellow man?
Dude! You trippin'!
Let's see. How many amps and delays do I have around here? Hmmm...
How did you do it ?
Having only JUST started playing with extended stereo delay (beyond a basic slapback) I can only imagine the awesome madness that this must create
That would either sound really awesome or confuse the living dog poo out of me.
And it sounded..........
I once stacked five delay pedals into one amp... Strummed an E chord and nothing happened ... Four hours later, the sound came out ...
I almost did this yesterday.
Yeah, could set it up too, but I'm not sure it would be worth it. Pointless like in the first picture, it would have to be quad. And I think neither of those are true stereo delays. I could be wrong, but I think they just put out the uneffected signal on the other out. Could still be interesting in quad I guess.
The only true stereo I have is the Arion Stereo delay.
Split my guitar signal with an ABY switch. Ran the signal to each delay...then each delay into two amps each.
I like to run my TC Flashback stereo into my two Vox Lil' Night Trains set at opposite sides of the room.
Ping-Pong will almost make you sick!
Alex Lifeson of RUSH, runs multiple delays, most notably, on the end of the solo in Limelight.
Need a looper in there somewhere...
And a stereo pan pedal.
That would make me seasick or delay sick as it were.
I'll bet you don't even know where your sounds are coming from? Cool experiment though.
You could also do a 3 amp: run the second delay from the uneffected out of the first, put the amp without effect (from 2nd delay) in the middle, and the two delays on the side.