#1
hey guys just wanting to get a few opinions out of ya about delay pedals.... ive been looking at the analog delay and digital delays. I like the sound of the analog delay better but im having trouble deciding if i would want the extra feature on the digital delays( tap tempo, looping etc) ive looked into the following models: Maxon Ad-999 analog, Deluxe memory man analog, Stereo memory man w/ hazari digital and the boss dd-20 digital... anyone own any of these or played them? also are they all " true bypass"?

thanks
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#2
I have the Boss DD-20 and I like it alot. Get a digital if you want versatility and crazy effect, or get an analog if you just want a straight up, not as crazy delay.
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#3
is it true bypass?
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#4
No, it is not. I run it in the loop though so it is not a big deal.
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#5
I have the SMMwH.
Very useful delay, with the tap tempo, reverse echo, looping, modulation, and several different modes.
You can save a preset in each mode.

Sounds good too

edit:
and yes, it is TB
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