#1
Ihave an analog ehx deluxe memory man . Is it redundant to own an ehx holy grail
? And or ehx holy stain?
#2
Not at all, they're all diffrerent pedals!

The memory man a delay, the holy grail a reverb.

The only one i would argue against is the holy stain, i tried it once and wasn't overwhelmed by it, but it has its applications as a multi fx, giving you pitch shift, reverb and tremolo, as well as drive. Though there are better options, eg. stand-alone drive + tremolo pedals.

edit:
The Epitome pedal is also worth a look as a multi fx.
#3
Quote by jaybals
Not at all, they're all diffrerent pedals!

The memory man a delay, the holy grail a reverb.

The only one i would argue against is the holy stain, i tried it once and wasn't overwhelmed by it, but it has its applications as a multi fx, giving you pitch shift, reverb and tremolo, as well as drive. Though there are better options, eg. stand-alone drive + tremolo pedals.

edit:
The Epitome pedal is also worth a look as a multi fx.

I'm sorry I forgot to mention that I also have ehx cathedral which I love.
#5
Quote by jaybals
Oh, in that case i don't think you'd need the holy grail or stain haha.

What sounds are you looking to get?
Just fixing for some new pedals?

I play shoegaze. I play bass in a metal band and just recently switched to guitar (shoegaze) so I'm still learning a lot of these effects if it's redundant to own certain pedals.