There is an enormous number of nice delay pedals and there is one within everyone’s price range. Regarding the budget area, you will also find a lot of good delay pedals, analog ones as well as tape emulations and digital delays.
This is a comparison of the Empress Echosystem with the Hughes & Kettner Replex. In this demo I compare different settings of drive and vintage factor of the Hughes & Kettner Replex with varying tape modes of the Empress Echosystem.
This is a comparison of the Strymon Volante with the Akai Headrush. By activating different tone heads, I created varying rhythms. A sonic coulouring of each of these rhythms is added by different settings.
The Nux Tape Core Deluxe is not even new, but nevertheless, it might worth it to mind this pedal if you are looking for a new tap echo. It is really robust; its editor makes it very versatile and the price of 69€ is unbeatable. Continue reading “Review: Nux Tape Core Deluxe – Part I”
Like its predecessor, the Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 SD a definitively not pedalboard-friendly analog delay. In contrast to the MF-104 it offers an extended maximum delay time of 1.4ms. Continue reading “Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 SD”
This is a demo about the Akai Headrush. Probably the only pedal that provides one separate output for each virtual tape head. Although it almost seems like a silver-ager, it has extraordinary functions like the tape head spacing to create rhythmical delays.
The Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 is definitively not pedalboard-friendly. But the MN3008 Bucket Brigade Chips create up to 800ms of finest analog delay sound. Additionally, you will get an internal/external feedback looper and tap tempo. Continue reading “Moog Moogerfooger MF-104”
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