#1
So I've been doing a lot of research on this thing, I've heard a lot of sound clips and seen a lot of videos which really liked. Read a lot of reviews, and they all seem to be either very positive, or complaining about a broken regen control. So I just wanted to know if any of you guys have this pedal, and what you think of it. It seems to give me a lot of the sounds I would want from a delay, and it sure does have a warmth to it, that digital just can't achieve. So I was just wondering if anyone had any advice or information relevant to it.

Thanks.
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#4
I quite liked it when I tried one out, but it doesn't quite have the delay times for the stuff I do, so...
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#6
You found my thread and my clips....that's all I have for now. I can't really do a review. I did one for Slash_rocks that you've prolly already found. If you want more then 1 or 2 seconds of delay get a digital pedal. If you want all kinds of control and weird effects like reverse delay get a digital pedal.

If you want a nice warm delay that seems natural and sounds like reverb when turned to 9 o'clock all I can recommend is the Carbon Copy. I have clips with RP250 delay as well...they are very different.
#7
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I quite liked it when I tried one out, but it doesn't quite have the delay times for the stuff I do, so...

Well, you're clearly looking for a digital delay.

As far as analog delay goes, you can't beat the carbon copy for its price range. It's really a great pedal.
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#8
Thanks guys. Appreciate it. I just want that kind of warm addition to my sound, I don't need the crazy digital whathaveyou's (Plus I have ALL SORTS of digital delays on my POD) I just want that subtle echo of what I play for some stuff. This one really seems to fit the bill.
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