Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by rastaman, Feb 20, 2009.
Empress Delay, is it worth the $$ ? Discuss...
I think it is. I absolutely love my SD. Crystal clear, easy to use, the tape echo sounds like a tape echo. The reverse delay is actually something that can be used musically instead of just an effect. The auto function senses your picking dynamics and sets the delay time accordingly which is another very cool feature.
Steve from Empress is always available to answer any questions as well. I've actually never experienced better customer service from another builder.
hmm, always wanted one, how much did you get yours for? Is it easy to switch through modes and tweakable on stage?
I paid full price direct from Empress. It's very easy to switch through the presets, less easy to tweak on stage. I find that I really don't have to tweak on stage though. The presets are everything I need.
yes my friend has one. loved it. getting one for myself
ok, this boosts my confidence, need the cash first though..
Yes...before it I had a DL-4, an Eventide Timefactor and then an EchoPark (wanted to go with a minimal setup)...
I then saw the SD, my search was over.
i paid a fair used price and think it's worth it. i've seen a few cheaper, but i'm very happy with it. i got a Memory Lane 1 a couple weeks before, and the SD is much better barring the lack of an effects loop. I've had a couple DD20s, a Timefactor, a Malekko Ekko, Disaster Transport, a bunch of Boss DD-2, RV-2, PS's, etc and i like this the best other than the glitchy Echolution i had, but the presets are nice. Looper is great too.
Yes, i have a echoplex ep-3 and the tape simulation on the empress is really like my tape echo. I love my superdelay!