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Deep Blue Delay

Mike52

Member
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I really like the sound clips of this pedal. Have have a couple of questions I couldn't find answers to in previous threads. Would it be a good choice as a dely left on alot to add fullness, and can it be powered by battery?
 

otherone

Silver Supporting Member
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1,376
The perfect delay...can certainly add fullness if that's what's needed. Most delays run on 9V but most delays, as with this one will eat up batteries very fast...that's just the nature of delays.
 

Craise

Member
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1,250
This might be "the" perfect leave on delay...
As you can kinda control the delay by your picking dyamics...
pick lighter and you get lighter more in the background delays...pick heavier and you get more defined delays...
It's such a musical delay...warm and liquid...
No matter how you set it, the delays never get in the way...
It will eat batteries...as most delays will...
Here's a clip I made with the DBD using a LP into a fender Princeton Reverb
http://www.uncledig.com/clipgallery/Craise%20-%20Clean%20MP%20Delay.mp3

:AOK
 

ButchR

Komet Player
Double Platinum Member
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2,017
I power mine with a PP2+. There is only 1-2 songs in our entire library that I ever cut it off on. It's a great leave on pedal.

Call Brad at Tonefactor and he will hook you up.
 

BluesHarp

Senior Member
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8,574
:AOK Its the best. Maxon ad999 is nice though, as is the t-rex replica.

Go with the MPDBD!
 




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