Bob Sweet Delay

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  1. Tokyo tapes

    Tokyo tapes Member

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    I read in a thread some time ago that Bob was working on a delay pedal that would be like the Chandler rack delay, with modulation and all. Has anyone heard from Bob about this?

    /Ulf
     
  2. jokerjkny

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  3. El Salvador

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    I'm also curious about this as I'm searching for a nice delay. It's very nice seeing more and more boutique-like delays are appearing on the market. :)
    At the moment Mister Mena and Mister Keeley are also busy making delays!:dude
     
  4. BmoreTele

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    A while back there were a bunch of threads about "Why aren't there more boutique delay and modulation pedals?"

    In the past year we have seen -

    EchoCzar
    PowerGlide
    AngelBaby
    DLS EchoTap
    DLS RotoSim
    Blackbox Quicksilver
    Diamond Memory Lane
    Toadworks Redux
    Keeley modded DD3
    Ibanez AD9 reissue
    SPF I-5
    Fulltone TTE
    Moog Analog Delay reissue
    EHX 16 Second reissue

    SubDecay Quasar
    Lee Jackson Photon Phaser
    Lee Jackson Vibrator
    Pigtronix EP-1
    HomeBrew Psilocybe Phaser
    EHX Flanger Hoax
    EHX Pulsar
    Z Vex Seek Trem
    Catainbread Semaphore
    Red Witch Pentavocal Trem
    Kaden Fluttertone
    Gig Fx Chopper
    Cusack Tap-a-Whirl
    Lovepedal Magicboy Vibe
    Sweet MoFaux Vibe
    Effectrode Tube Vibe
    KR Mega Vibe
    Retroman Uber Vibe

    not to mention L6, Boss, and other entries.

    What do we want next guys?
     
  5. gururyan

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    hahahahahaha, when you look at it that way.....:p
     
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    Its coming!! And I know its gonna be amazing.
     
  7. GreenTea

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    uh, it's been delayed :jo

    (couldn't help that one)
     
  8. The Gainster

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    I sent him the schemo a few months ago.....


    Get to work Bob!!!
     
  9. Bob Sweet

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    I have 2 schematics for the Chandler and it looks like the main parts for them are no longer available. BUT...I still don't see any reason not to be able to duplicate the texture of it. I'm a little behind because of the Storm last month but plan on getting to work asap on it again soon. Hang in there hopefully it should be worth the wait :)
     
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    Hey Bob...PLEASE don't move to Charleston.....


    All the storms seem to go to you!!! :D :D :D
     
  11. Meriphew

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    I just ordered a Memory Lane (custom pink sparkle) that should be here any day. Gotta love tap tempo and modulation in an analog delay pedal.
     
  12. The Gainster

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    The Chandler is digital. :)
     
  13. Meriphew

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    My post refers to the Memory Lane being analog.
     
  14. The Gainster

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    Word!
     

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