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Discussion in 'Pedals' started by BOBBO, Oct 5, 2007.
Well it is digital ... I tried the line 6 and thought it was garbage ...
I rather like this old four-header:
Makes a mean preamp, too.
I use a delta labs digital delay
I voted both..
Currently I'm using the digital delay in my Boss ME50 pedalboard, But hopefully I will switch over to an analog MXR Carbon Copy.
We all know what both of those pedals look like, So I won't bother posting them.
my first pic is digital, though analog has its place and has a real good sound to it too.
I got sucked into this "its got to be analog or its crap" hype. Started off with Visual Sound H20 and loved the echo side, thought that the BBE Two Timer may be better though because it is all anaolg, I think I'll take the lead from WildeStar and switch over to a BOSS DD6 or DD7.
I don't care for the looser analog signal. Give me some tight precision delay!
digital.....coz its all i could afford
I own and use the Maxon AD9, AD900, AD999, and the Boss DM2.......i like delay pedals...
Analog,I use the cheap,plastic Arion SAD 1 all the time.
I had an analog deluxe memory man and swapped it out for a BOSS DD7. The analog setting on the digital gets tremendously close to the DMM.
I use an Electro-Harmonix Echo #1 digital delay pedal, and I suppose it's quite decent, having never tried an analog delay. I am filled with curiosity as to their newish Memory Boy and Memory Toy analog delay pedals. Has anyone tried either?
Dont laugh! I use a Danelectro PB & J, it does everything I need, short and long delays on a separate footswitch so slapback to 2 secs at one click. It also breaks up nicley as the signal tails off. Cheao but cheerful
Digital, at the moment a T-Rex Replica. Think digital is bad ? The T-Rex uses 24 bit sampling. To give you an idea, the BOSS DD-6 uses 12 bit and the audio CD's you're listening to 16 bit.
Other blokes who use the T-Rex Replica include Brad Whitford, Carlos Santana, David Gilmour, Gary Moore, Pete Townshend and so on. Not the kind of lads that have to settle for something they don't like...
When I was still touring and recording, I used several Marshall JFX-1 units and a Rocktron Intelliverb.
I hated any kind of delay after I was given the Boss Digital Delay by someone who was leaving the country. Delay on most amps too sucks pretty bad. I've just avoided it altogether, but I'm gonna get back into it as I'm playing more and more at church and like to have a cool slapback sorta thing going to add a cool vibe there while I play clean. I assume I don't like Digital delays because I really did not like the Boss. So, I'm gonna give analog delay a shot. Electro-Harmonix Memory Toy, here I come!
I have a Line6 dl4 and used to love it...I really like the tap tempo and the expression pedal, but I'm getting less thrilled with it.
I haven't tried out the analog or tape delays, but I really like using two digital delays at once... Two Boss DD-3's sounded great to me. =]
i was all about analog delays, but the skreddy echo and vintage-mod empress superdelay, both digital, are the most tape-like delay stompboxes i've ever heard. they're both so, so good.
I've had too many bad experiences with digital effects... Analog all the way...
TC Nova Delay.
I don't use delay very often, digital is more predictable, I can set the tempo exactly how I want it (and it will stay there for as long as I want it to), tap tempo, presets are a plus, and REVERSE DELAY!!!
This might be the one for me pending the Malekko 919.
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyxMrsXdTJU]YouTube - T-Rex Replica Delay Pedal[/ame]
Great digital delay