best pedal digitial delay/echo

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  1. rkstarr

    rkstarr Member

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    For the money I liked the Ibanez DE7 (I have a Maxon AD999, but loved that DE7 for under $100)
     
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    Best? I don't know, but the Digitech Digidelay is flexible, reliable and sounds good.
     
  4. theelectic

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    Pete Cornish TES. Unless you don't have $1599 burning a hole in your pocket.
     
  5. rkstarr

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    but for mooreee.satch..echo..delay...plus i hate the look of the boss dd20..ruins my prettty rig>:)
     
  6. chrisr0712

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    I'm in love with the Echo Park right now. Lots of great delay tones with flexibility.
     
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    VISUAL SOUNDS: H20 LIQUID CHORUS/ECHO here.

    Try one out...very unique. Digital, but analog voiced, and houses a NOS BBD chip.


    Best Regards, Mass
     
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    For digital delay I find the DD-3 hard to beat. It sits proudly next to my DM-2...
     
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    +1
     
  11. evanjackson

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    The DLS Echotap is the best delay I've ever played. The DE-7 is great for the money, though.
     
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    MrMunky loved your clip. Made me smile and reminded me of a spaghetti western very cool, very well done. Cool tones.


    You didn't say what delay you used?
     
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    If I remember right from another thread, Mr. Munky was demonstrating his DD20.
     
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    My DLS Echo Tap sounds great with a clean tone but I'm not crazy about it when using overdrive.

    The Boss DD-3 is a great sounding all around digital pedal.

    My Toadworks Redux should arrive Monday. I hope this one works out great.



    Others I have.
    Guyatron MD- 3, good but not as good as DD-3
    Boss DD-5, same as above
    Line 6 Echo Tap, versatile but lacks something, lousy foot switch
    Maxon AD- 80 analog, short delay time and muddy with OD
     
  16. jokerjkny

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    DLS or the Trex Replica.
     
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    I like my Boss DD-20. Very clean plus you can get a really nice subtle chorus as well.
     
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    DLS EchoTAP :dude
     
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    I've tried a LOT of delays, and the DLS is the best one I can find.
     
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    cornish, of course.
     

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