I love the Retro-Sonic chorus. It sounds terrific, fat, impressive. Not like that thin metallic sound found in many digital chorus units. But the Retro-Sonic chorus is hard to find. Do you suggest me any other chorus pedal, analog or digital, which could sound like the Retro-sonic does?
I use two overdrive pedals stacked, a MI Audio Crunch Box V1 and a TS9 Keeley Mod (CB > TS9) and I love them. I am looking for a good Fuzz to use before them. Do you recommend any fuzz pedal you have tested with them?
I use a stratocaster loaded with a set of Dimarzio Area 61 pickups and a Vox...
Could you guys say me how the mix control on ML Jr works? As a real mixer/blender (when the effect volume augments the dry signal diminishes) or as a volume control to the effect (Delay level) keeping the dry signal volume unadulterated?
Have you ever tried to run any delay (with "kill-dry" on) and any modulation pedal (chorus? Vibrato?) through a parallel loop/mixer (blender)?
Doing this could I get the same effect I get when using a real modulated delay?
Thanks from Brazil!
I agree, Radical AC!
I have one unit and it's one of my favorite delays. It really does all I want it to do. Great pedal. Small and highly useful. Wonderful modulation. But I also need another delay, with more hi fi repeats, clearer and with practically the same specs of my DML Jr.
DML Jr is...
I am looking for a good digital delay with an analog-dry-through signal path, hi fi repeats, tap tempo, modulation and dotted eights in a small package. Does it exist?
The Flashback does not have tap tempo and the audio tapping is not useful on the fly.