This is a comparison of the Ibanez AD-80 with the DOD Rubberneck. I wanted to compare the analog classic (AD-80) that is pretty hard to find on the second hand market with a modern classic which is easily available. By using the the sonic options of the Rubberneck (gain/tone), I tried to make them both sound as similiar as possible.
This is a comparison of the Maxon AD-900 with the Ibanez AD-80. These two analog classics are about the same age and sonically they are pretty close to each other. If you ever get the chance, to get one of them on the second hand market, got for it. Here you can find out, which one, you should get.
Because of the request of one of my followers, I made this comparison of the Fulltone Tube Tape Echo vs. Echoboy VST. Check out the sound of the classic compared to different settings of the digital VST.
This is a comparison of the the Valhalla delay VST with two analog delay pedals. For I wanted a darker delay sound without modulation and a brighter delay sound with modulation as a sonic reference, I choose the Maxon AD900 and Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man for this comparison.
This is a comparison of the Line6 Echo Park with the Ibanez DE7. These two digital delays emulate in a marvelous way a tape echo. Besides, the echo mode of the DE7 is absolutely unique. Some might say, both look very unpleasant, but what really matters is the beauty within…
This is a comparison of the Strymon Brigadier with the MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe. The MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe is by now a modern classic and besides the modulation, you can also choose between a dark and a bright setting. Therefore, I decided to compare these two green digital delay pedals.
This is a comparison of the Strymon Brigadier with the Source Audio Nemesis. The Source Audio Nemesis is, as well as the Brigadier, able to emulate numerous analog delay sounds. For it has about the same size, I decided to compare these two digital delays.
This is a comparison of the Strymon Brigadier with the Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man. The Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man is one of the brightest analog delays with a maximum delay time of up to 550ms. Therefore, I choose the medium setting of the Brigadier, which emulates an analog delay with two ICs. Additionally, I turned the tone pot a bit further to create a similar bright sound.
This is a comparison of the Ibanez AD9 and the Boss DM-2 with the Strymon Brigadier. The Ibanez AD9 and the Boss DM-2 are two of the first analog delays. They provide a maximum delay time of about 300ms and a unique kind of oscillation. For this comparison, choose the short setting for the Brigadier, because, it emulates an analog delay with one IC. Thereby, the Brigadier gets close to the sound of the AD9 and the DM-2.
This is a comparison of the Strymon Brigadier with the DOD Rubberneck. I think, the DOD Rubberneck sets the standards regarding analog delay pedals. Therefore, I would like to find out if the Strymon Brigadier is able to emulate such analog sounds. Besides the comparison of different settings, I also checked out how these two sound stacked.
“I have a question about two delay pedals, one of which I own and another I do not, but am interested in. You have demoed both on your channel, just never head to head. The pedal I currently run on my board is a MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe. I love the pedal. I am running a professional tele through it into a Deluxe Reverb, and I love how it stays warm and doesn’t color my tone the way a lot of the digital delays seem to. For some reason though, I am constantly looking at other delays thinking, “Ohhh, that will be the one I should replace the MXR with.” I am not looking to replace it, but, I don’t know why I keep looking at other ones. This brings me to the other pedal, the Eventide Rose. Seems awesome, and has that feeling of the MXR, but I cannot find any direct comparison videos of both. I was hoping you could just tell me what you think about the two of them in comparison.Continue reading “MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe or Eventide Rose?”
In 2008 I met Jim Marshall at the Musikmesse Frankfurt in Germany. His amps changed the musical world and I guess all of you know and love the Marshall amps. But these days, people wonder who is the face behind the legendary amplifiers. Thus, I would like to present the “7-questions-to-interview” with Luke Green. Working as product director, he is one of the guys behind the absolute magnificent Marshall Amps. Continue reading “7 questions to Luke Green (Marshall Amps)”
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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