#1
Hello UG community! I would like your opinion on the best analog delay pedal, mainly for tone-fattening purposes.
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You'll probably get plenty of differing opinions. I like the thickening on solos/leads that I get from my MXR Carbon Copy.
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#4
Deluxe Memory Man or a Wampler Analogecho or something similar.

MXR Carbon Copy is great if you want a dull, lifeless, overly dark-sounding delay.
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i'm not a fan of the carbon copy. too dark repeats and the modulation is almost non-existent unless you tweak the insides

you should wait for NAMM because Way Huge will be showing off the upcoming reissue of the Aqua Puss (one of the most coveted analogue delays of all times)

Chances are it wont be as awesome as the original.


I really want one.
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You'll probably get plenty of differing opinions. I like the thickening on solos/leads that I get from my MXR Carbon Copy.


This. I couldn't live without my MXR CC.
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#8
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deluxe memory man

Yep, right on the first try. At least out of anything I've heard...
I mean, Eric Johnson and Andy Timmons use it... and the have some of the warmest tones ever.
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