It's strange to me, given the amount of discussion about bright vs dark repeats, that most of the classic delay pedals (Boss, Ibanez, MXR, etc) don't have a simple tone control that would allow one to darken or brighten the repeats. I decided to do a little search online and found that someone else had already thought of this (of course) and made a list of those delays that DO have a tone control. Here's the link and the list: http://www.thegearpage.net/board/archive/index.php/t-1073973.html Units with labeled tone control: Blackbox QuickSilver Delay Boss DD-20 Carl Martin Echotone Carl Martin Quattro Carl Martin Red Repeat Digitech Timebender DLS Echotap Earthquaker Devices Disaster Transport Earthquaker Devices Disaster Transport Jr Fulltone TTE Malekko EKKO 919 Mojo Hand FX Recoil Delay Option 5 Destintion Delay Retro-sonic Delay Rockett Pedals Alien Echo SolidGoldFC Electroman TC Electronic Nova Repeater Delay Tech 21 Boost D.L.A. Wampler Faux AnalogEcho Way Huge Supa-Puss - Filter Visual Sound Dual Tap Delay Vox DelayLab Units with tone control by another name: Boss RE-20 - Treble and Bass Catalinbread Montavillian - Cut Danelectro Dan-Echo - Hi-Cut Diamond Memory Lane - EQ EHX Stereo Memory Man with Hazarai - Filter Eventide TimeFactor - Filter G-Lab Smooth Delay - BASS and TREBLE (separate controls) Korg 301dl Dynamic Echo - Hi-Fi/Lo-Fi Retroman KopyKat - Sweetness Smart People Factory I-5 - Warm Strymon El Capistan - Tape Age Strymon Timeline - Filter TC IB Modified Nova Delay- Color Wampler Faux Tape Echo - Shade It seems odd to me that most of the delay pedals with a tone control are what I'd consider "boutique" effects and/or higher priced models. Why don't the big guys put this feature on their basic, affordable pedals? How much more could it really cost to add one pot? The only affordable pedal in the list seems to be the Danelectro.