Any One Compare Subdecay Echo Box and Freakshow Digilog

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  1. mattpas

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    Any One Compare Subdecay Echo Box, MXR Carbon Copy, and Freakshow Digilog?
    If so, What do you think?
     
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    Yes, I would love to hear this two. Feature wise, the Digilog has that feedback or oscilation switch, and of course the Echo Box has modulation but I wonder about how they sound.
     
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    I can only speak for the Digilog but it has been the single delay on my board for > six months. Generally, it is pretty warm for a digital delay but retains all the clarity you would expect.

    The "feedback switch" is wild. Even if I could find another delay that sounded a little better I doubt I would give up that switch. My primary observation is that when I place it after dirt the feedback gets very loud very fast. When placed before dirt it creates a big wash of feedbacky repeats that stay at a constant and manageable volume. BUT the feedback stays even when you lift your foot off the switch. Nice for creating the cliched wall of feedback sound at the end of a gig. At least that's how it works with my rig, YMMV.
     
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