Poll: Which Delay Pedal?
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View poll results: Which Delay Pedal?
Deluxe Memory Man
14 38%
BOSS DD-7
9 24%
Subdecay Echobox
1 3%
Other
13 35%
Voters: 37.
#1
Which delay do you guys feel is "best bang for your buck?" Will buy from ebay!
Last edited by boroboy at Aug 13, 2009,
#2
memory man with HAZARAI


this thing is amazing. simply
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#3
Boss is the way to go
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#4
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Boss is the way to go


lol.
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#6
Quote by WSR66
lol.



? The Boss Digital Delay series is an industry standard?

There's nothing wrong with that statement about delay's.
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#7
Quote by cliff_em_all
? The Boss Digital Delay series is an industry standard?

There's nothing wrong with that statement about delay's.


no.

Lexicon is an industry standard.

Maxon is an industry standard.

Eventide...

Boss is nowhere close to being an industry standard at anything.

I liked the earlier suggestion for EHX MM w/ H... very cool and supprisingly useful tool.
#8
^A LOT of pro guitarists use Boss pedals. Just because they aren't boutique doesn't mean they're ****.
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#9
Quote by GrisKy
no.

Lexicon is an industry standard.

Maxon is an industry standard.

Eventide...

Boss is nowhere close to being an industry standard at anything.

I liked the earlier suggestion for EHX MM w/ H... very cool and supprisingly useful tool.



So...

Every guitarist from the Eagles uses boss pedals, Tom Morello, Joe Satriani, Jesse Lacey, Ace (skunk anansie), Dave Navaro, Graham Coxon, Larry Lamonde, Robert Smith, Steve Gossard, Thom Yorke, Dave Grohl, Mike Mcready, Kurt Cobain, John Frusciante and a hell of alot more use/have used boss pedals.
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#10
If you're looking into the Deluxe Memory Man, check out Behringer's Vintage Time Machine, it's a clone at 1/3 of the price and sounds nearly identical. Check out reviews and demos, they get good reviews from people who have actually tried it (like me)
#11
Quote by Business
If you're looking into the Deluxe Memory Man, check out Behringer's Vintage Time Machine, it's a clone at 1/3 of the price and sounds nearly identical. Check out reviews and demos, they get good reviews from people who have actually tried it (like me)



+1.

Fantastic delay pedal, not just good for the price, but a GOOD delay.
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#12
Quote by mcraddict81592
^A LOT of pro guitarists use Boss pedals. Just because they aren't boutique doesn't mean they're ****.



I'm not saying they're bad. I laughed at the guy with the metalzone who said boss pedals were awesome.
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#13
Quote by WSR66
I'm not saying they're bad. I laughed at the guy with the metalzone who said boss pedals were awesome.


this. do you really want to put a DD whatever side-by-side with a Lexicon or even a T.C. delay?

...and being a pro guitarist doesn't make you a sound engineer.

EDIT:

Bus: good call on the Behringer... I really hate damn near everything they've made that I've tried, but that one is an xcellent value. It's worth mentioning though that many people have had reliability issues with Behringer products. I've been in that boat myself. Not sure specifically on the delay, as I was toying with one that belonged to a friend. How's yours been reliability-wise?
Last edited by GrisKy at Aug 14, 2009,
#14
Actually, I'd recommend the DigiTech Hardwire DL-8 over the BOSS DD-7.

It's a great pedal.
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#16
I'm sorry...i didn't read OP and just voted DMM.

It's defintely NOT best bang for your buck.

That would be the Memory BOY and the Line 6 Echo Park.
$100 and $70 respectively.
Line 6 used.

Otherwise, Nova Repeator, DL-4 and SMMwH
#17
+1 to the Nova Repeater suggestions.
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#18
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#20
I love my Boss DD-7, it has a large range of good sounding delays, it's compact, has 40 seconds of loop, stereo capable, cant really go wrong.
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#21
[quote="'[= Tom ="]']TC Electronic Nova Repeater - as that guy pointed out.^
Was I not clear?
#22
Since the question TS asked was about "Bang for your buck", I'd go with boss... I got a used (perfect condition) DD-7 for $150....

The pedal is a terrific pedal, and anyone who complains about Boss delay pedals are just snobs who are listening to what people have said about their distortion/OD models (righteous complaints).

Having said that, the EHX deluxe memory man was a very cool pedal... For the price, I'm not so sure it's much better than the DD-7, but it's definitely worth checking out.

Of course, if you've got a little more money, the Eventide-timefactor is awfully neat!