#1
Just for fun what your' favorite Delay?
Mines the DL-4.
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#2
Due to the fact that I haven't played all that many, it would have to be the Boss DD-20.
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#3
I love my DL4 but my only complaint is the volume drop when i kick it on. It only happens when my amp is decently loud though.
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#4
I haven't noticed that much of a volume drop with my DL4. I hear a *tiny* little one, but nothing that kills my tone.

DL4 was my favorite of the delays available for me to try. Easy to dial in on the fly and I plan on adding an expression pedal soon.

Though I've been looking into some rack delays of late . . . here comes the GAS . . .
#5
Freakshow Effects Digilog. It is digital, but it has all of the best attributes of analogue (ie doesn't get muddy and super sloppy).

I'm dying to try out the new Empress Super Delay, though.
#6
I have the Boss DD-6 and I think it's awesome and really easy to use, and doesn't kill your tone. My friend has a T-Rex delay...it's like a $400 dollar botique, and I don't see why you would pay an extra $250 for something when that's not as versatile and only sounds a LITTLE better (he claims it sounds better), but he does. I guess that's the best.
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#7
No fans of analog delay?
I kinda liked the AD9 when i tried it.
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#8
I have a danelectro analog delay which cost me £2, and i love the sound of it, but i haven't tried many other delays.
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

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#13
Have you played a TTE? Just curious....

I'd say for live music DD-20 all the way. Although I would say in the studio I likes me a good analog Deluxe Memory Man
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Have you played a TTE? Just curious....


Yeah I almost bought it too, but i was $100 short and by the time I went back they had sold it, so I might order one eventually.
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#15
oh sweet...I have yet to try one out...and with the cost of the tape for a tape delay...I doub't I will ever own one
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#16
The better delays are really the tape delays (like the ones Gilmour used) but I'm really happy with my boss DD-6 although boss DD-20 is also great.
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#17
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The better delays are really the tape delays (


Yeah, though that does sort of depend on what you want to use it for, Digital delays with really long delay times and no sound degradation/coloration do have their use, though personally I'm not a fan.
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