#1
Hey guys, I'm playing Where the Streets Have No Name, by U2 at a party this Saturday. I just bought a DD-7 that I plan to use for this song, as I know it's really delay-heavy. Does anyone know what settings I should dial in on this pedal to get as close to his tone as possible? I pretty have the dry sound down with my amp, but I just can't quite get the pedal right. I need this badly, and before saturday, so any help is great. Thanks, everyone!
#3
Edge uses a dotted eight note delay style, which is 3/4s of the minute beats of whatever song he's playing.

WTSHNN - 129 bpm - 97 bpm delay.


I would try the knob to 800ms and then tap in quarter notes.


Also, I would cover a band that isn't boring.
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#4
Quote by ConeShred
Edge uses a dotted eight note delay style, which is 3/4s of the minute beats of whatever song he's playing.

WTSHNN - 129 bpm - 97 bpm delay.


I would try the knob to 800ms and then tap in quarter notes.


Also, I would cover a band that isn't boring.



Aw come on, U2 is pretty cool! The ladies LOVE it when I play this song, even without a delay (lemme stop and say I don't play guitar to get chicks...don't even think it, lol) but na, it's a good, mellow song to flow with, imo.

Thanks for the advice though, you guys!