So I may have FINALLY solved my problems with delay pedals. I'm pretty much a delay pedal fiend. Love em! But I've always had problems getting the right mix for different delay types. I use either a slapback delay or quarter note delay as always on, but very subtle with the mix. Just enough to give my sound a little bit of depth. I'm playing this way 85-95% of the time. But here and there we'll go into an atmospheric section and I'll use a delay that's a little more up front, either a dotted eighth with 3 or 4 repeats or a modulated tape delay with lots of repeats, but higher mix settings. But I've always struggled finding a way to integrate these in a way I liked. Tried lots of different ways, using expression pedals to control the mix, but couldn't get it just quite right. Have a band practice this weekend, that'll be the real test, but I think this will work. Here is the setup: 4 different delays (I know, but I said I was a delay fiend.) Boss DM-2 Waza (slapback) MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe (quarter note, 3 or 4 repeats, mix at about 9 o'clock) One of these two is the always on, they're in Loop A of the Wetter Box. Boss DD5 (dotted eighth, 4ish repeats) Strymon El Capistan (quarter note, lots of repeats with "wow and flutter" modulation about 11 o'clock) These are in the B Loop, and I'll use one at a time. Then I set the WB to add B to A as I go heel to toe on the expression pedal (as opposed to switching completely from one to the other.) The Carbon Copy, dd5 and El Capistan are all connected to a DS engineering Drill Sargeant, so when I tap on the El Cap, the tempo goes to all three. Still early with this setup, but I'm loving the results so far!