#1
A rare n00bish question from me
I've been listening to alot of 65daysofstatic lately, and alot of their songs have delay feeding back and oscillating delays.
I have a MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay. I can get it to feedback into itself, but doing that always creates a large, annoying jump in volume. I don't know alot about delay pedals, so could someone help me out here?????? I don't find it practical to bend over and turn down the mix during a song.......

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#2
Possibly a compressor after the delay in the effects loop?

As far as I know this would prevent the volume increasing but the feedback would still increase in volume in relation to the rest of the mix I guess.
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#3
Thanks.

Anyone else?????

-Gibson LP VM
-Silvertone Kentucky Blue
-MXR CC Delay
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-Egnater Rebel 20
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My rig is simple
Haha. UG's Chuck just said chuck. haha
You're not truly playing guitar unless you know theory.
#4
Sorry to bump an old thread, but I haven't figured this out, and don't see why I need a new thread when I can bump this one.

Even a link to a good technical website would be helpful.
Any info is valued.

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-Ibanez TS-9
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My rig is simple
Haha. UG's Chuck just said chuck. haha
You're not truly playing guitar unless you know theory.
#5
You could throw a volume pedal after the delay to bring the oscillation volume down then bring it back up when you're done. Most pedals have that volume jump though, I just don't really mind it since I rarely use it.
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#6
Using a volume pedal would work, I guess, but I'm also worried about the pedal. Can I damage it by having it feed back into itself? I know I could keep the output volume constant, but would that be putting extra strain on the pedal? I don't want to blow it.

-Gibson LP VM
-Silvertone Kentucky Blue
-MXR CC Delay
-Ibanez TS-9
-Egnater Rebel 20
-Avatar 1x12

My rig is simple
Haha. UG's Chuck just said chuck. haha
You're not truly playing guitar unless you know theory.
#7
Quote by jc349
Using a volume pedal would work, I guess, but I'm also worried about the pedal. Can I damage it by having it feed back into itself? I know I could keep the output volume constant, but would that be putting extra strain on the pedal? I don't want to blow it.


It shouldn't. If it breaks it would be due to a circuit flaw.
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#8
Self Oscillation will not break your Carbon Copy.

Many people have a CC just for it's oscillatory uses.