#1
So I'm looking for a decent delay pedal and so far all I've seen and heard about the TC Electronic ND-1 Nova Delay seems very positive.

Are there any other pedals in the same price range that could be better?
#3
Lets say 250 euros, that should be about $320. Don't really care if it's digital or analog, as long it's high quality and sounds good. Although I kinda like some of the features digital pedals have.
#4
Digitech HARDWIRE DL8 is sweet. It is a digital pedal but does great analog and tape simulations among other things. True Bypass (really true bypass not just a term)

Here is a review of the whole HARDWIRE lineup. Note the DL8 got Guitarist magazines Gold award for receiving top marks in every category.

http://www.soundtech.co.uk/digitech/news/hardwireguitaristreview
#5
Best analog delay I've played is the MXR Carbon Copy. Well within your budget and it sounds great. If you're looking for longer delay times, you would want to get a digital pedal. I have the Electro Harmonix Echo #1 and its a great sounding pedal and also well within your budget. It has up to 2 sec delay time. Those are my two cents Best advice though, narrow it down to a couple that you really like via reviews, advice, and youtube vids...then go out and try those pedals out before you buy. You may also find something else you like better.
#7
Yeah I do like the T-Rex but it's way too expensive.
Any idea about the bypass on the Nova Delay? Does it change tone a lot?
#8
eh, idk about all of those others, but if you want a truly want an amazing digital pedal, check out the DD-7. it's just good. not too pricey either. also, it has a looper, reverse, and if you for some reason want a chorus you can set it up to do that too lol. it has a lot of fregin features, but most importantly, it is a beautiful delay.
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#10
Get an Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man, it's way better than anything I've played analogwise. It's very warm and still uses NOS chips that other analog delays don't.
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#11
I really like my Line 6 DL-4. Lots of different settings, and you can store 3 of them. It's also got tap tempo which is nice.

Just my opinion.
#12
I've had both the ND-1 and the Carbon copy. I really liked the CC but I really wanted tap tempo and the ability to have presets so I went with the ND. I feel that the ND does what the CC can more. As far as its bypass I can't really tell a difference, I've tested it with the fx loop footswitch with my amp. I have some clips of both in my profile.

Eon blue Apocalypse and Idea were done with the Carbon Copy

Untitled and Unknown were done with the Nova Delay.