The 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”
I have got a question regarding the Wet Output + Volume Poti Mod and the Remote Switch Mod for the EHX Freeze.
Is the volume mod supposed to control the volume of the wet signal or the dry signal or the mix?
And will the function of the original switch of the Freeze remain after the installation of the output for the additional switch? In other words: Could the bass player in my band control the Freeze on my pedalboard from the other side of the stage while I am playing the WahWah? Continue reading “A question regarding the wet output + volume poti mod for the EHX Freeze”
Last year (after several years of playing the guitar) I finally bought my first effect pedals: the Walrus Audio Slö, the Earthquaker Devices Westwood and the Ditto looper.
I mostly listen to minimal, indie and ambient and therefore, I would love to create such sounds myself. But unfortunately, I have not made up my mind about a specific sound. Continue reading “Which pedal should I get?”
The Strymon DIG is a pedalboard-friendly digital delay which is able to emulate the double-rack unit of the 1980s. Continue reading “Strymon DIG”
The Strymon Timeline is definitively not pedalboard-friendly, but in exchange to its size, this digital delay has a lot to offer. Continue reading “Strymon Timeline”
Some time ago, 100 Watts amps have been really common, but at the moment, small tube amps are as popular as never before. And there are many reasons, why. Continue reading “Fender Silverface Princeton Reverb – the perfect bedroom/rehearsal amp”
The Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail is a pedalboard-friendly analog delay.
Initially, the mono pedal came around in a stylish silver-blue lacquering, while the more recent version attracts attention in an intensive blue. Continue reading “Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail”
Despite the middle size of its enclosure, to me, the NUX Atlantic is a pedalboard-friendly stompbox for it is a double-effect which combines delay and reverb. Continue reading “NUX Atlantic”
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”
If the ravages of time took toll on the switches of the Roland TR-606 and made them sluggish and/or inoperative, you will get 21 posh new switches for your Roland TR-606 (device is not included in the offer). Continue reading “Roland TR-606 repair/ modification – in the DelayDude shop!”
Chase Bliss Audio has created several exciting effect pedals. Besides the recently celebrated Blooper, well-known stompboxes like the Tonal Recall, the Warped Vinyl, the Brothers, the Spectre and others are still pretty famous.
In an ideal way, they are midi compatible. A feature, that becomes more and more important for many guitarists. Continue reading “DelayDude Midi to Chase Bliss Audio cable – NOW in the DelayDude Shop”
The successor of the legendary Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 is a likewise rather pedalboard-friendly analog delay. Continue reading “Moog Moogerfooger MF-104M”
The Lovepedal Hermida EPH-3 is a pedalboard-friendly digital delay.
Inicially, the tape echo emulation has been produced by Hermida. Some time ago, Lovepedal aquired Hermida. Continue reading “Lovepedal Hermida EPH-3”