We got our YouTube channel back

With a little help from my friends… or with much help from people I partly didn’t even know before, we succeed in recovering our channel “delay dude”!

We want to thank everyone, who supported us.

But our very special thanks go to Philipp Ernst (Bonedo), who was so kind to spend hours to get in contact with the YouTube support. He was the guy who did all the bureaucratic paperwork with us.

We also want to thank Frank Prager. Without your mail and your comments, we wouldn’t even have started the fight.

And special thanks to Eirik (Living Room Gear Demos), Peter Grandl (Amazona), BoBeats, Hainbach and many, many more!

We are so grateful, because this channel means so much to us and so much to my beloved father, who is fighting the cancer and who must endure so many cruel operations these days.

Thank you all so much!

Donner Vintaverb: My favorite settings

This is a demo of my favorite settings of the Donner Vintaverb.
Check out some of the numerous sonic options of this bargain.
In my honest opinion, it is definitively worth it to try out this robust little reverb pedal that provides even more than traditional vintage reverb sounds.

gear: Fender Telecaster, DelayDude Custom Amp, Shure SM57, Cubase, Evidence Audio SIS Cables.

 

Donner Vintaverb – Review

donner vintaverbAlthough the name refers to traditional reverb sounds, the Donner Vintaverb provides even more. Continue reading “Donner Vintaverb – Review”

Review Donner Yellow Fall

Donner Yellow FallThe Donner Yellow Fall is a true analog delay pedal in a very compact enclosure.
And to get straight to the point: this tiny enclosure contains really explosive material. A genuine vintage delay sound! Continue reading “Review Donner Yellow Fall”

LeafAudio Microphonic Soundbox mk2 feat.Montreal Assembly Count to Five & Chase Bliss Audio Thermae

This is a demo of the LeafAudio Microphonic Soundbox mk2 Montreal Assembly Count to Five and the Chase Bliss Audio Thermae. Continue reading “LeafAudio Microphonic Soundbox mk2 feat.Montreal Assembly Count to Five & Chase Bliss Audio Thermae”

LeafAudio Microphonic Soundbox mk2 feat. Strymon Volante

This is a demo of the LeafAudio Microphonic Soundbox mk2 (https://www.exploding-shed.com/microphonic-soundbox/) and the Strymon Volante. Continue reading “LeafAudio Microphonic Soundbox mk2 feat. Strymon Volante”

Is there tap tempo apps for analog delay pedals?

A readers’ question to the Dude:

For my Telecaster, I use an analog setup: A Mad Professor Sweet Honey Deluxe, a MXR Analog Chorus, a MXR Carbon Copy into a Fender Custom Vibro Champ Reverb.

At the moment, to me, it is pretty difficult to adjust the delay time of the Carbon Copy. Surely, I know that there are apps to tap the repeats manually and then they will be shown on the display. At that point, I can re-adjust the time, play again, tap again and so on.

My question regarding that issue is: Do you know an app that listens while I play a note, and then shows the respective delay time so I can re-adjust the time easily? Continue reading “Is there tap tempo apps for analog delay pedals?”

JHS Pedals Panther Cub vs. Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Boy

This is a comparison of the JHS Pedals Panther Cub with the Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Boy.
Two dark and a bit gritty sounding analog delays with the same size and comparable features.

1:01 slapback Continue reading “JHS Pedals Panther Cub vs. Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Boy”

JHS Pedals Panther Cub vs. MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe

This is a comparison of the JHS Pedals Panther Cub with the MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe.
These both analog delays come along with comparable features and need about the same space on the pedalboard.

0:52 long delay time Continue reading “JHS Pedals Panther Cub vs. MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe”

JHS Pedals Panther Cub

This is a demo of the @JHS Pedals Panther Cub.
It is such a nice analog dark delay with modulation and tap tempo.
In contrast to many other analog delay pedals the Cub offers the possibility to pitch the signal by variing the tap devider by hand.
What a pity that JHS discontinued the production…

0:13 wobbly tape style Continue reading “JHS Pedals Panther Cub”

Pigtronix Constellator vs. MXR Carbon Copy

This is a comparison of the Pigtronix Constellator with the MXR Carbon Copy. These pedals are two marvelous sounding dark analog delays with a beautiful modulation. Just get inspired.

 

0:12 with slight modulation Continue reading “Pigtronix Constellator vs. MXR Carbon Copy”

Pigtronix Constellator vs. Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3

This is a comparison of the Pigtronix Constellator with the Ibanez Echoshifter ES3. For these two are quite new at the moment, I thought, that a comparison could be interesting for guitarists with a lot of space on the pedalboard as well as for those have only little space to spare.

1:15 with chorus Continue reading “Pigtronix Constellator vs. Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3”

Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 vs. MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe

This is a comparison of the Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 with the MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe.
For one part of the circuit of the ES3 is completely analog, I compare the Ibanez analog delay to the MXR analog delay. Both provide modulation and tap tempo as well.

0:08 ES3: analog/ CCDLX: dark mode Continue reading “Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 vs. MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe”

SUPERBOOTH 2021 – My highlights

Superbooth MoogIt seemed like a small eternity, but this year, the SUPERBOOTH took place again.
With a hygiene concept according to all Corona restrictions and an additional exhibition day, SchneidersLaden brought the world back to Berlin again. Continue reading “SUPERBOOTH 2021 – My highlights”

Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 vs. DOD Rubberneck

This is a comparison of the Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 with the DOD Rubberneck. Both are dark analog delays with tap tempo and a beautiful modulation.
Their features like the rubbernecking and the slider are inspiring for all those who like to experiment with their delay pedals.

0:11 ES3:digital mode with modulation / DOD: brightest setting with modulation

Continue reading “Ibanez Echo Shifter ES3 vs. DOD Rubberneck”

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