#1
I would like a decent delay pedal , dont care if new or preowned
I have a budget of about £40 so about $60
Anyone have any suggestions to look into?
or maybe want to sell me a pedal
#2
The Joyo delay is the first one I can think of. It's £25.00 and a few people on here reccomend them.
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#3
Delta Labs makes a digital delay for around 60 USD, but I've only played it briefly in GC so I can't really recommend it in good faith. Still, give it a try if you can and see for yourself.
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#4
I'll look into both of them
I have a Boss DS-2 a Boss OD-3, EHX small stone , DOD FX-65, DOD-FX-52, DOD MilkBox and a crybaby wah so i want a delay that gels well with the heavier side of things.
#6
I think the analog delay exactly the same as the Joyo one but more expensivly priced.
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#7
Do you think it would handle feedback and grunge and stuff ok ?
i am hunting down youtube clips as we speak
#8
Probably, I've never owned one, you should ask Dave_Mc about that, I think he owns one.
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#9
I just bought a used Marshall Echohead for £30. Nice, versatile delay for the price!
#10
i as actually this close |___| to buying one on ebay just yesterday, but i have been raped by marshall's overpriced pedals before so it put me off :/
#12
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I think the analog delay exactly the same as the Joyo one but more expensivly priced.

I'm pretty sure the Akai Analog Custom Shop are Biyangs.
#13
^ +1

in my experience, biyang reliability is pretty terrible. maybe i got unlucky, but i'm certainly not buying any more of them.
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#14
find a BOSS. The dd7 is great and I'm sure you can find one for that price used
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#15
Marshall Echohead wouldn't be a bad choice.
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