#1
So here it is.

TC Electronics Nova Repeater!








Now, i havent had a really good chance to play that much, and i suck at dialing in good tones, so if anyone can give me a push in the right direction on settings, that would be greatly appreciated.


So far it sounds fantastic. I managed to get a good 'Where The Streets Have No Name' delay going, and it was excellent. Thats about the only sound ive had the chance to dial in.

The buttons are noiseless. Im a bit used to my Small Clone and my Blackstar channel switches, so at first i was pressing down quite hard, waiting to feel that solid click that they both make, this pedal was much smoother, and only had to be pressed gently.

The audio tapping feature is great, and has ALREADY come in useful.

Thanks to all who responded to my earlier thread, helped me heaps.
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#2
nice !

Happy New Pedal Day !


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#4
Congrats man, I have the Nova Delay, your Repeater's older brother, and its absolutely awesome.
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#5
I tried the Delay and Repeater side by side, and only went with the Repeater so i could buy a few more things that i need. (Case, tubes etc)
The presets would have been nice i guess, but i really cant see myself using more than one delay per song.

Would you be able to share a setting or two with me? Im having trouble dialing in tones (I always have trouble ) If you have a good setting for thickening up solos, and a good slapback setting that you could share, it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks guys
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#6
HNPD!

And just out of curiosity, what the "hold for audio tapping" thing?
#7
Quote by Sguit
HNPD!

And just out of curiosity, what the "hold for audio tapping" thing?

It works out the tempo from your strumming (I think).
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Quote by WTF!!is a TAB
nice !

Happy New Pedal Day !


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#10
Quote by EL2T
It works out the tempo from your strumming (I think).


Nice feature, does it work well TS? Or is it just a gimmick.
#11
Works perfectly

Before i tried it i thought it may have just been a gimmick, but it works exactly as described. Im in love with this pedal

If i every need another delay, ill get another one of these. The modulations effects are also really good features.
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#12
Quote by nightraven
congratulations!

for thickening up, i'd set the delay time to approx 350ms, a medium amount of feedback for perhaps 3 repeats and have the repeats pretty quiet. and roll the tone knob down a bit and add a bit of vibrato


I was gonna say just this: delay at about 300-400ms, feedback between 15 and 35 and mix between 15 and 35. Throw some modulation on there as well.
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#14
Nice pedal. Congrats!

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#15
Quote by DiizZ
Works perfectly

Before i tried it i thought it may have just been a gimmick, but it works exactly as described. Im in love with this pedal

If i every need another delay, ill get another one of these. The modulations effects are also really good features.


That's cool, thanks for answering
Again HNPD
But I hate you, now because of you GAS is back, and I need to buy this thing
#16
Haha ...Sorry.

Seriuosly though, if youre ever looking for a delay pedal, make sure to try this one out.

Thanks everyone.
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#17
Quote by DiizZ
Haha ...Sorry.

Seriuosly though, if youre ever looking for a delay pedal, make sure to try this one out.

Thanks everyone.


Well, I already have a carbon copy, so I don't absolutly NEED a delay, but I was thinking of getting one with a tap tempo for longer delay, and also one that doesn't oscillate like crazy when you set the feeback past 12 o'clock, and this might the one I need
#18
These pedals are great, was going to get one until I bought my Tech 21 Boost DLA v2.