This is a comparison of the Neunaber Expanse with the Source Audio Nemesis. The Neuaber Expanse is quite more than a reverb. Thus, I compare different settings of both pedals like tape and digital. But also modes like scatter (Expanse) versus rhythmic (Nemesis) and echelon stock (Expanse) versus digital mode (Nemesis). Last but not least, you will get a demo of how both pedals sound in the mix.
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”
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.
Today, almost every musician records his/her music at home. Mostly via a soundcard directly into a DAW. There, you will find numerous VST effects to create a sophisticated sound. But many effect pedals as well are also suitable for recording. Continue reading “Effect pedals for recording”
In this video, I used the Neunaber Expanse as a delay. Most people use it as a reverb effect, but through the Neunaber App you can also download several delay algorithms. The additional EXP Controller allows to choose between up to four different presets. For it is stereo, please use your headphones!
In the first part of this series, I presented some budget tube combos. In the second part, I started a small overview of several heads. And finally, I would like to end up this series with some last recommendations. Continue reading “Lunchbox Tube Amps Part III”
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”
I guess, there is no guitarist/ bass player in the world, who doesn’t own at least one BOSS pedal. And the effects that are produced under the leadership of the company’s president, Yoshi Ikegami, accompany me since my first days as a guitarist. Therefore, it is a special honor for me that he took the time to answer to the 7 questions of the Delay Dude. Continue reading “7 questions to Yoshi Ikegami (Boss)”
Similar to the other Maxon AD-pedals, the AD 999 as well is a less pedalboard-friendly analog delay. The MC4107D bucket brigade ICs make the AD 999 sound a bit dirtier, less defined and a bit rougher than the AD 900. Continue reading “Maxon/ Ibanez AD 999”
In the first part of this series, I presented some budget tube combos. Here, I would like to give a small overview of several heads. They are even more handy and you can connect every speaker you like. Mini heads are pretty functional and flexible. Besides, they are (mostly) cost-effective and fit in almost every gig bag. Continue reading “Lunchbox Tube Amps Part II”
The Ibanez DL 10 is a pedalboard-friendly digital delay/reverb from the 80s. Accordingly, the sound of the up to 400ms maximum delay time reminds definitively of this period. Continue reading “Ibanez DL 10”
Small tube amps are pretty popular at the moment. And mostly, they are not much quieter than their big brothers. But of course, they offer a little less clean headroom. They can be carried easily and they are so much more than just a little toy. Perfect for a jam-session at home or for recording. In the Studio, even Led Zeppelin did not use a Marshall full stack but a small Supro amp. Mostly, the prices of these little amps are comparable with the effort for a good effect pedal.
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