#1
Is there anyway I can get a delay pedal effect from putting something like infront of my amp?

Like I'm thinking a metal cylinder or something would reverberate the sound? Any way I can get an ambient-esque sound from my amp without a delay pedal?
#2
not as far as i know
i dont think so...

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#3
you could wrap a delay pedal in something that doesnt look like a delay pedal. like a lamp or a oscilloscope.
#4
but that would include a delay pedal

and the ts doesnt want one....for some reason

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you could wrap a delay pedal in something that doesnt look like a delay pedal. like a lamp or a oscilloscope.

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#6
Have your guitar run into two amps. One with about 10 feet of cable and one with about 50 miles of cable.
#7
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Have your guitar run into two amps. One with about 10 feet of cable and one with about 50 miles of cable.



Why don't you want to use a delay pedal?
Maybe a reverb tank?
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#9
REVERB!

Or CHORUS

or a bit of FLANGER

even consider a PHASER
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#10
Plug a microphone into your computer, then connect the output to another amp. The computer will have to convert analog to digital, and then digital to analog. This should cause a delay of at least a couple of milliseconds.