Pigtronix Constellator vs. Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail

This is a comparison of the Pigtronix Constellator with the Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail.These two analog delay pedals offer almost similar features and provide cosmic sounds that create marvelous sonic galeries made of vapor and stardust.
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Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 vs. DOD Rubberneck

This is a comparison of the Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 with the DOD Rubberneck. Both are dark analog delays with tap tempo and a beautiful modulation.
Their features like the rubbernecking and the slider are inspiring for all those who like to experiment with their delay pedals.

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Pigtronix Constellator vs. Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man

This is a comparison of the Pigtronix Constellator with the Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man. Both offer beautiful percussive analog repeats and a marvellous modulation. Therefore, I was almost forced to do this comparison.

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Pigtronix Constellator

This is a demo of the Pigtronix Constellator. This tiny wonder is reminds sonically of the Deluxe Memory Man. Great sound in a small enclosure. Check out the detailed review of this analog delay pedal.

 

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Ibanez Echo Shifter Battle – ES3 vs. ES2

This is a comparison of the Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 with the ES2.
Check out if there are any sonic differences between these two wonderful Ibanez delay pedals. The ES3 got rid of the little ES2, contains a additional digital delay and you can oscillation can be used freehand.

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Review: Pigtronix – Constellator

Pigtronix ConstellatorThe Pigtronix Constellator is a real analog delay in a very compact enclosure.
Its circuit is based on two MN3005 chips that run on 15 volts. Easily, the legendary Deluxe Memory Man comes to my mind by reading this. But we will start one by one. Continue reading “Review: Pigtronix – Constellator”

Ibanez Delay Battle – Echo Shifter ES3 vs. DE7

This is a comparison of the Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 with the DE7.
I compared the digital and the analog/echo setting of both pedals, as well as settings like slapback and long feedbacks. Check out if there are any sonic differences between these two wonderful Ibanez delay pedals.

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Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 – digital setting

This is a demo of the digital setting of the Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3.
Get inspired by some of the numerous digital sound options of this wonderful delay pedal.

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Which pedal should I get: Boss DD-7 or MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe?

The Boss DD-7 as well as the MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe are two popular delays. Both have some similarities (tap tempo, modulation) but actually, they are fundamentally different. Continue reading “Which pedal should I get: Boss DD-7 or MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe?”

Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 – analog setting

This is a demo of the analog setting of the Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3.
Check out the sounds while I am playing around with different setting options and start a journey through the beautiful world of analog delay sounds with modulation, chorus, vibrato and oscillation.

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Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 review part 2

While the first part of this review was dedicated to the design of the Ibanez ES3 Echo Shifter, now it comes to the crunch: the sound of this brilliant delay pedal. Continue reading “Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 review part 2”

Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 review part 1

Ibanez ES3Certainly, the Ibanez ES2 has been a resounding success: the slider inspires experimenting and the beautiful analog delay does not only sound very pleasing, it also provides a brilliant oscillation.
The device was made and still is perfect für dark delays and sonic escapades.

With the ES3 Echo Shifter, Ibanez now remastered the great predecessor and added some sought-after features.

This first part is dedicated to the design of the Ibanez ES3 Echo Shifter, while in the second part you will learn all about the sound of this great delay pedal. Continue reading “Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 review part 1”

TC Electronic Flashback Triple

TC Flasback TripleThe TC Electronic Flashback Triple is a less pedalboard-friendly digital delay, which, as compensation for its size offers the possibility to use three different delays at the same time. Continue reading “TC Electronic Flashback Triple”

Moog Moogerfooger vs. Chase Bliss Audio Thermae

This is a comparison of the Moog Moogerfooger with the Chase Bliss Audio Thermae.
Both are analog delay pedals with a very nice modulation.
For the Chase Bliss Audio Thermae offers the pitch modulation as a special feature, I tried to emulate this kind of pitch modulation with the Moogerfooger by using the internal modulation. The last three soundfiles of this Video are dedicated to this sonic experiment. In the last part, I created the Moog “pitch modulation” by changing the position of the Short/Long switch manually. Of course, this can also be done automatically via midi.

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Which pedal should I get? Deluxe Memory Man: Big Box or XO version?

A reader’s question:

I need the help of a specialist regarding the Deluxe Memory Man:
To me, the sound of Ben McLeod (All Them Witches) is brilliant and I would love to recreate it.
Luckily, the guy offers several rig rundowns online, so it ought to be an easy project…. That’s what I thought first. Continue reading “Which pedal should I get? Deluxe Memory Man: Big Box or XO version?”