Delay for 2 amps stereo setup

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  1. ianblond

    ianblond Member

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    What are your experiences with stereo setups using good quality analog delay.It can be simple setup - dry amp / delayed amp.Which delay suits for this purpose? My types : Retro Sonic , Carl Martin, Maxon.
    Of course signal path should be highest quality...
     
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    tbone666 Supporting Member

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    i have a maxon ad9 running stereo and i love the tone i'm getting - minus my minor volume dip when engaged.
     
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    Two different amps?
    No ground loops?
    Which amp is more important creating sound - dry or delayed?
     
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    two different amps - voodoo vplex 50 and fender dual professional (head version - custom) - no ground loops.

    i'd say that fender is better for teh dry, and my voodoo is the wet.
     
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    I used to run an AD-9 into a DL4 in stereo. Sounded sweet because one side is just wet/wet while the other dry/wet.

    There are a few analogs that do it - AD9 / AD999 / DMM / Memory Lane / Echoczar.
     
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    I`ve borrowed Fulltone Tape Echo.I will test it tomorrow on my tweed twin copy and Hiwatt Custom 50.
     
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    See if you can find a Rockman Stereo Echo - all analog and great stereo effect!
     

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