#1
Hey, I know the deluze memory man has more features such as chorus and vibrato but is the delay any better? I am thinking about getting one but i dont need corus or vibrato.
Thanks
#2
The Memory Mans are prettymuch famous mainly for their delay. Amazingly warm sounding analog delay pedals.
Last edited by seljer at May 28, 2006,
#3
Its an analog delay so you'll have some high-end roll off which can be good or bad depanding on preference. IMO its modulation effects make the pedal (or any delay for that matter). Remember, those effects are heard on the delay repeats and not the original attack. They are good pedals
#4
^I think he meant famous for their delay.

And I think the delay is the same.
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#5
Quote by That_Pink_Queen
^I think he meant famous for their delay.

And I think the delay is the same.


yeah, fixed that, damn multitasking.

Most analog delay pedals exhibit a slow rolloff of the high frequencies due to the way the old bucket bridge chips work (a kind of lo-fi effect in the delays)

the memory mans add the modulation (chorus/vibrato) into the delayed sound (though this is how chorus pedals actually work, vibrato+a short delay+mixed back together with the original signal)
Last edited by seljer at May 28, 2006,