#1
Alright, could any of you name me a pedal that has the best "reverse" delay effect?
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#2
digitech digidelay
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#5
Dl4 Ftw!
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#6
Sorry to revive this thread, but after downloading some soundclips, I've narrowed down my choice to these pedals: Line 6 Echo Park (the DL-4 may be better, but the Echo Park's cheaper); Marshall Echohead; Danelectro Wasabi Forward-Reverse. I really liked the soundclip of the Echo Park; the reverse delay tone was very uncoloured, yet the reverse delay effect was prominent (much to my liking). Which one would be better to buy? Keep in mind that I'll be using this reverse delay effect sometimes with a clean tone, but most of the times with a dirty tone (for leads and such).
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#7
Danelectro Wasabi and EHX Stereo Memory Man Hazarai are your best bet.
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#8
Line 6. It has the most range IMO. Plus, you can put it on Analog, Digital, or tape style, plus the mod control, the trail button, and other delay types. I use mine with over drive and it works very well. Its also built like a complete tank.
#11
Alright guys, thanks. I'll be ordering my Echopark shortly.
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Copper is a metal

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