Super Delay is the additional designation of the Moog Moogerfooger MF-104M SD. Similar to all the other analog delays of the MF-series, the MF-104M SD is also not pedalboard-friendly. Continue reading “Moog Moogerfooger MF-104M SD”
The Deluxe version of the MXR Carbon Copy needs more space on the pedalboard than its ancestor. Thus, it is a less pedalboard-friendly analog delay. Continue reading “MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe”
The MXR Carbon Copy is a pedalboard-friendly analog delay.
It offers up to 600ms of maximum delay time that can be garnished with modulation. Continue reading “MXR Carbon Copy”
The MXR Carbon Copy Bright is the bright version of the Carbon Copy. Similar to its darker brother, this analog delay as well comes around in a pedalboard-friendly enclosure. Continue reading “MXR Carbon Copy Bright”
“I am looking for a percussive delay with trails option, for I really like dotted delays of U2 and likewise. Should be analog.
Supa Puss, Memory Man or the Chase Bliss Tonal Recall? Or something completely different?” Continue reading “Which delay for the dottet delays of U2?”
Yoshi Ikegami was involved in the development of the most iconic delay units in history.
Recently, there was a great live stream on Facebook about Boss delays, where Yoshi Ikegami answered many questions about Boss delay pedals. Continue reading “Boss live stream theme „Boss Delay“ with Yoshi Ikegami and Matt Knight”
Once upon a time – before Corona – the Summer NAMM 2020 was supposed to take place these days. But although the fair has been cancelled, there are some interesting news for all delay freaks. Continue reading “Exciting news for all delay freaks:”
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.
In this three-part series, I would like to present some delays of all three sections that are available for ridiculous prices. Continue reading “Budget Delays Part I”
The successor of the legendary Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 is a likewise rather pedalboard-friendly analog delay. Continue reading “Moog Moogerfooger MF-104M”
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”
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”
It provides a splendid sound with a maximum delay time of 700ms.
The drive knob allows also to boost the signal even more. Continue reading “Moog Minifooger MF Delay”
The Maxon AD-900 is definitively not a pedalboard-friendly delay. But this analog wonder does not need to be space-saving. It offers up to 600ms of maximum delay time. At the time of its construction, an absolutely phenomenal duration. Continue reading “Maxon AD-900”
The Maxon AD-80 is a pedalboard-friendly analog delay icon.
It has been one of the first of its kind and until today, it has always been an evergreen. Continue reading “Maxon AD-80”
The name reflects the aim: The Malekko EKKO 616 MKII Dark: this is the dark version of the Malekko EKKO 616 MKII. The pedalboard-friendly analog delay offers up to 650ms of maximum delay time and enables its user to choose between true bypass and buffer. Continue reading “Malekko EKKO 616 MKII Dark”