#2
interesting use of a rick there!

i'd always go for analog first, digital second..

have you tried any?
#3
That's most likely digital. There is a TON of reverb right thurr as well.

Edit: The 1st is probably digital The second probably has both.
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Last edited by justlivin at Jan 22, 2012,
#4
Quote by daverichards
interesting use of a rick there!

i'd always go for analog first, digital second..

have you tried any?

no i have not.
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#5
well the kind of 'standard' digital delay is a boss dd3...

does your hiwatt have a decent amount of reverb?
#6
Most post-rock bands just seem to use huge boards of boss pedals honestly.

I think it'd be to your benefit to have one of each, but there's nothing wrong with starting out with a Boss Delay.
#7
Quote by daverichards
well the kind of 'standard' digital delay is a boss dd3...

does your hiwatt have a decent amount of reverb?

some reason it does not have a reverb channel, i will prolly get a holy grail.
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#8
Quote by pinheadslts75
Most post-rock bands just seem to use huge boards of boss pedals honestly.

I think it'd be to your benefit to have one of each, but there's nothing wrong with starting out with a Boss Delay.


No, most post-rock bands do whatever they want to do, because none of them call themselves 'post-rock'.

You'll probably want both an analog and a digital delay. Analog is useful for those tremolo-picked riffs, and digital is useful for longer stuff.

But maybe even before both of those, you'll want a reverb pedal. A lot of post-rock has ambience that most amps can't provide with their onboard reverb.
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#9
A digital delay (ex.: DD-3) will give you really precise delays which sound clinical without reverb. An analog delay (ex.: ehx memory toy) will soften the delays and sound a little more organic but can sometimes be a bit wishy washy depending on what you're playing.