The Dry Out on Analog Delay Pedals

rogue3

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Who else uses them?

No biggie,just sharing i did this with a Maxon 999 yesterday.Wet and dry to two amps. Holy shit. This is what it did.

The dry is now the lead signal, first amp,1981 Deluxe.The second amp,the wet, 1961 Brown Super,kicks in with the remaining echoes.Feast for the ears for me.

The dry signal that hits you first,before the wet signal,seems to correspond to the delay set on the pedal.but i have to experiment more to wrap my head around this.fun.
 
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My Maxon AD80 has the same wet / dry outputs as your Maxon 999.
Like you I love sending each signal to a separate amp and using the dry out to carry overdrive signals.

However, the volume level of the dry out is approximately - 3db below 0db where it should be.
This means I have to introduce a clean boost to my dry signal and boost +3db to rectify the loss in volume level.

Have you noticed anything similar with your Maxon 999 ?
 
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