Best smaller enclosure analog delay?

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  1. Nevada240

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    What's a great analog delay? I've been using the Skreddy Echo and absolutely love it but it's a little on the bulky side, anything out there similar tone wise but in a smaller enclosure? Thanks
     
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    popinvasion Supporting Member

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    The best is imo anything containing a MN3005 like a memory man or original boss dm2.
     
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    Ibanez AD-80 fits the bill.
     
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    I would re-word your title to say "best small-enclosure analog delay," as many of the most coveted ones are big old beasts... or big new beasts like the Moog 104M. ;)
     
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    Very true thanks
     
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    I absolutely love my new Keeley magnetic echo. Far more versatile than the carbon copy.
    Very solid. 3 weeks on the same battery as well.
     
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    :agreeMy Maxon AD-80 (same pedal) is incredible, though it doesn't have a million hours of delay time. For most of what I need from a delay, it excels. Warm & full repeats that decay & degrade in a very natural way. Used subtly, it's also great for adding just a little ambiance. Who needs reverb?
     

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