Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Vishnu, Jan 28, 2012.
a nice companion for my wet stereo....when i get that
just started a pretty similar thread. are you looking for true stereo, or wet/dry output? do you mind if it's partially digital? so far, i've found:
diamond memory lane
this comes to mind...
(NEVER MIND. That's digital. My bad.)
actually i was wonderin' if the stereo outs were wet and dry?
i think i would prefer the twin outs to be the same (wet)
you think if i just fed a single out put from a carbon copy into a wet stereo then into two amps fro the wet i would get my delayed signal through BOTH amps ?
oh BTW Jack and co thanks
yes, but the actual delay would be dual mono...ie, just two of the same exact signal. it still sounds really big and spacious, but it's not a stereo delay signal.
does the stereo wet have two inputs? that's the other half of the equation when using multiple stereo pedals and keeping it all actually in stereo.
btw, the flashback and echopark are very good, inexpensive delays with both stereo in and out.
truth. don't forget about the flashback for a more affordable option. I've never gotten a chance to try mine in stereo, I really should do that sometime
the dual mono you speak off....is that not the default setting in the boss dd20? you know....wet/wet
Ahh but the DD-20 also has "pan" mode...(also known as "ping-pong" on the Flashback)
not sure about the dd20. a true stereo signal will send half the image to one side and half to the other, creating a much larger/spatial/dynamic/dimensional seeming image when you finally hear them come together. the easiest example to understand would be a ping pong setting...ping goes to one amp and pong goes to the other with the net effect being the sound bouncing from one amp to the other.
dual mono would send ping/pong to one amp and ping/pong to the other. the net effect would just be a really big sound, but not nearly as dimensional as true stereo.
the old boss dm-3
To have a true stereo delay requires two separate delay lines. No one is currently doing that. The effects all listed above have wet/dry or dry/mix dual outputs, which is cool, and can give you a nice stereo image, but not the delayed signals moving from amp to amp in stereo. For that you've got to go digital, or split the signal and use two separate delays.
Lots of old analog delays have one input, and two outputs: wet and dry. Great feature, but not really stereo.
Just to clarify - the Empress only has a mono out.
I think this one is stereo analog:
Arion SAD-1 or SAD-3, I think are analog and have stereo outs.
...or find a Rockman Stereo Echo.