Current 9V Delay Pedals

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Frostbite Slim, Dec 31, 2005.

  1. Frostbite Slim

    Frostbite Slim Supporting Member

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    What choices are avaliable in a true-bypass 9V powered delay? The only ones I'm aware of are.....

    SPF I-5
    Toadworks Redux
    SIB Mr.Echo

    Which ones did I miss? Just trying to see what choices I have.
     
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    rh Robo Sapien NoiseMaker Gold Supporting Member

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    Way Huge Aqua Puss
     
  3. Madsman

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    Maxon AD9 and a bunch of others.
    BYOC Delay
    Memory Lane run on a 9V?
     
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    Alfons Member

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    If you want something cheap and worthwhile then i recommend the Rocktron Short Timer Delay . Costs just 60$. Has no problems with tone too
     
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    Blackbox Quicksilver....
     
  7. Frostbite Slim

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    Cool.....I knew there had to be more than I was thinking. The Quick Silver runs on a 9V Battery?
     
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    yupper.......... per the blackbox site
    "And yes, amazingly enough, it runs off a 9v battery! (And DC power too)"
     
  9. citiesLA

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    I've got one and tried that route. Obviously it works fine, but chews through batteries like no pedal I have ever seen. Although it works, it really is an adapter type pedal. Now, that being said, the pedal is sublime.
     

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