This is a comparison of the Walrus Audio ARP-87 with the Source Audio Nemesis. In this video you will find out more about the sound of the digital and the analog mode, of these two digital delay pedals. Besides, I also present the digital mode with modulation how both pedals may sound in the mix.
Besides varying setting options in the digital and analog mode, I also present the modulation and the lo-fi sounds of this versatile digital delay. And at the end of this video you will find out how the ARP-87 sounds in the mix.
In this video I would like to go in to bat for budget analog delay pedals like the Biyang AD-10 Time Machine Analog Delay, the Fame AD-10 Repeat That!, the Valeton AD-10 Analog Delay, the Akai Analog Delay or the Eagletone AD-8 Analog Delay.
In this video I would like to present the Delay Dude Clutch. The first Delay Dude pedal is a momentary bypass looper which enables the user to add delay pedals (in this case the Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man) constantly or temporarily to the effect chain while allowing the trails to fade out after switching off the looper.
Delay pedals are an absolutely great invention and in essence I wish to never turn them off. But sometimes you can emphasize the delay effect by a calculated activating and deactivating. The only annoying fact about delay pedals that lack a trails function, is, that they fall silent in the moment they are switched off. This is where the Delay Dude Clutch Momentary Bypass Looper will help restore the affection felt for the gorgeous delay pedals without a trails function. Continue reading “The Delay Dude Clutch Momentary Bypass Looper”
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