Recently, I received the following request: I moved on from a DOD Rubberneck due to its size, and I am considering a Walrus Audio ARP 87. I would really like a full analog delay in small size, but the Chase Bliss Audio is way above my budget and I didn’t really like the JHS Panther Cub in relation to its price. Is there any other delay you would recommend? I want something with tap tempo and a small footprint…Continue reading “Which pedal should I get: Walrus Audio ARP 87 or DOD Rubberneck?”
Because of the numerous requests regarding my favorite delays, I tried to figure out my top delays. In this second part, I present my favorite analog delays. The order of the delays within the respective group or video is no ranking for I am unable to tell which of them I like best. Thus, the presentation is according to the alphabetical order of their names.
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.
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”
This is a comparison of the Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man with the DOD Rubberneck. Find out mor about the sonic possibilities like brighter and darker repeats, modulation and the sound of these two analog delays in the mix.
This is a comparison of the DOD Rubberneck with the Erica Synths Zen Delay For both delays do not have true bypass, I used a true bypass looper (Lehle Parallel) for the audio recording. The Zen Delay does not provide an analog mode. Via the filter settings, I formed an analog-like sound in the digital delay mode. And the Rubberneck is, what it is: a great dark and gritty analog delay.
This is a comparison of the AnalogMan ARDX20 with the Maxon AD-900. These both analog delays create a rather dark sound. They are about the same size, but for the AnalogMan ARDX20 comes along with the Amazeo, it will need a bit more space on the pedalboard. Therefore, you will additionally get tap tempo and modulation. Sonically both delay pedals are based on the Ibanez AD-9. For the Maxon AD-9 does not provide modulation, I forego showing this feature of the AnalogMan ARDX20. Find out more about the sound of different delay times and how both pedals may sound in the mix.
This is a demo of the Erica Synths Zen Delay. Initially, it has been designed for synthesizer players. But it is absolutely recommendable for guitarists. Learn more about the extensive functions, filters and the different modes of this awesome pedal.
This is a comparison of the AnalogMan ARDX20 with the DOD Rubberneck. These both analog delays create a rather dark sound. Each of them provides modulation and – if you also use the Amazeo for the ARDX20- also tap tempo. Find out more about the sound of different delay times and how both pedals may sound in the mix.
This is a comparison of three different types of delays all accompanied by the Timmy. For this demo I used a classic analog delay (Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man), a tape echo emulation (Strymon Volante) and a digital delay (Empress Echosystem). The Paul Cochrane Timmy is probably the best choice, if you are looking for a transparent overdrive. so, go ahead and find out, how it affects every single type of delay depending on the respective kind of playing (like dynamic playing, modulation, in the mix). If you are looking for a sonic sneak peak, check out 1:22.
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