#1
ive got a boss me-50 multi-effects pedal, and ive always used the 40-500ms digital delay setting (9 o'clock on the knob) but i see the analog option as well. ive messed with it maybe 5 mins, but whats the difference? they can get the same delay time it seems.
#2
i have the same device

just a little different, sounds my echo-ish to me, more natural...it really only matters how it sounds anyways

its a nice pedal really, throw it infront of a pushed tube amp and it really shines
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#3
Not owning the pedal, I can only assume that one is trying to emulate the sound of an analogue delay, whereas the other is simply a digitally created delay without the attempts to sound like a more sought-after pedal.
#4
^ yeah.

generally analog delays are "warmer" sounding and not as precise. they're trying to recreate that sound digitally.

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#5
i would say something useful...but everything i could have said was said over 12 minutes ago lol
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#6
Quote by DeathByDestroyr
i have the same device

just a little different, sounds my echo-ish to me, more natural...it really only matters how it sounds anyways

its a nice pedal really, throw it infront of a pushed tube amp and it really shines


yeah thats kinda what i was thinking. i just started using it tonight, im probably gonna use that setting instead of the other.

and yes about the tube amp.. i just got one and im in love with the pedal all over again.