Another ultimate delay vote

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  1. duaneallen

    duaneallen Supporting Member

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    OK, as of this week, who makes the ULTIMATE delay? Please don't tell me Carbon Copy. I'm talking best over all sound, most variety of delay modes (analog, tape, digital, mod, etc.), most functionality (tap tempo, rhythmic settings, etc.). Some that I have been looking at are: Skreddy Echo, Empress Super Delay, Timefactor (own this one). Anything else out there. This delay will probably be digital due to the versatility and power of the pedal. Cast your vote!
     
  2. drbob1

    drbob1 Silver Supporting Member

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    Unfortunately the best delay isn't the most flexible:
    1. Best analog delay and best overall pedal: Way Huge Aqua Puss
    2. Best ever delay device including functionality: TC2290
    3. Best sounding delay device, non-flexible: EP2 Tube Echoplex

    All other delays are compromises! (Oh yeah, and none of them are made any more but you CAN get the Fulltone TTE which is a darn good EP2).
     
  3. Lublin

    Lublin Senior Member

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    Keeley modded Line 6 DL4. All you'll ever need.
     
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    Best I've found so far - DLS Echo Tap - The stereo sound on this one is killer.
     
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    Binson Echorec is the best sounding delay device
     
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    Which I've wondered has anyone tried the Binson repair company ESE echomatic machines?
     

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