#2
A delay pedal will make an adjustable "echo" as seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mU8anRAMwpk

An EQ pedal will make certain pitches louder or quieter as seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlcTO-EgMko
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Last edited by PadawanGeek at Jul 23, 2009,
#3
delay it's like an echo, so in record the sound and repeats it creating the echo effect
there are lot ouf use of dealy
you can use on pal muting ( welcome to the jungle intro), or you can also use it to fatten up the sound in the solo
the eq is...an equalizer
#4
Delay is something like an Echo. Suppose you have your delay set to 100 ms, the unit records a small segment(the LAST one you played) and reproduces it after 100 ms, essentially giving an echo sound.
EQ will Cut/boost whatever frequencies you want(provided it covers that much of the spectrum) and help you shape your tone.
#6
Quote by PadawanGeek
A delay pedal will make an adjustable "echo" as seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mU8anRAMwpk

An EQ pedal will make certain pitches louder or quieter as seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlcTO-EgMko


Not to be a smart %$# but EQ boosts certain frequencies not pitches
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#7
Quote by Crazed Shredder
Not to be a smart %$# but EQ boosts certain frequencies not pitches


I was trying to use layman's terms. But yeah frequencies would have been a better word to use.
Fender Mexican Strat W/ Custom HSS Pickups
Epiphone Les Paul Standard Ebony
Blackheart BH5H
Epiphone 1x12 Cab
Vox AD15VT
Boss DS-1 Distortion
Boss TU-2 Tuner
Crybaby Original Wah
EHX Big Muff
A/B Selector Pedal