#1
Hey
I was just wondering, is this pedal any good?
I'm looking for a good delay pedal that is about the same price as this, so is the Electro Harmonix #1 Echo my best bet?
The cheapest Boss Delay is £90. Too expensive for me
I'll be using it just to thicken up my tone but also for some experimental stuff.

Heres a link for a demo of it on Youtube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgTVpc8b-vw


So please let me know what you think! Or if you have any other suggestions.
I'll appreciate any help,


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#2
It's a solid digital delay, but not very versatile.

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#3
It's very simplistic in terms of features if you just need something simple, but you're interested in more experimental stuff so you might want to save a bit more.

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#4
when I tried it it just seemed like a stripped down digital version of the Memory Man, it'll work for thickening your sound but you will pretty limited in terms of experimental stuff.
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#6
Yes, if you're looking for something basic, this will more than do the trick.
You could also look into this one:
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Last edited by tonepro at Mar 22, 2009,