#1
I really want to add a Delay pedal to my effects chain and I'm having a hard time finding one I like. What I want is an ANALOG delay pedal with a tap tempo switch. And for under 200$. Preferably 150$. Anyways, I'm seeing a lot of really nice ones that have a ton of features and they sound like a lot of fun, but I just need a basic one.

Or does anyone have an Empress Superdelay that they will sell to me for 200?

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#2
well not analog but the dd20 is really good has every imaginable sound you ever need
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#3
The whole point of this thread is to find an ANALOG delay pedal. Why would you even mention a digital one?

Also, True bypass would be nice.
#4
It's tough (to say the least) to find a good, cheap analog delay with tap tempo.
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Quote by ze monsta
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No tap tempo. Just a knob for delay time.
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#7
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The whole point of this thread is to find an ANALOG delay pedal. Why would you even mention a digital one?

Also, True bypass would be nice.


Because realistically, you're asking for quite a lot, and a better solution may in fact be a digital pedal?
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#8
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No tap tempo. Just a knob for delay time.

All I read was Analog delay... Sorry TS.

I think what you are looking for is gonna be very hard to find at that price.
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#9
the analog modelling on the dd20 is pretty good in my opinion though
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#12
with that feature is very uncomon becuase analog pedals do not work the same. IMHO people make way too big a deal, its just signal replication, sure analog will be a bit warmer but if you want more features and abilities, than the digi delays are fine.
#13
someone posted a thread i think yesterday about making a tap tempo for a boss looper (i forget the model). i wonder if you could add that to a mxr carbon copy?
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#14
If a DD3 is fine enough for Paul Gilbert, it's fine enough for me... really, you won't notice much of a difference between the analog and digital pedal.

What you're asking for is pretty much digital technology in analog form which is impossible outside of boutique pedals. Hell, I'm not even sure if it is possible period.
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If a DD3 is fine enough for Paul Gilbert, it's fine enough for me... really, you won't notice much of a difference between the analog and digital pedal.

What you're asking for is pretty much digital technology in analog form which is impossible outside of boutique pedals. Hell, I'm not even sure if it is possible period.


Bingo! TS you're just gonna have to settle for a digital pedal or go for an analog one (like the MXR Carbon Copy) and lose the nice digital features.