New analog delay pedal!!!!!

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  1. Garage Dog

    Garage Dog Member

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    Has anyone heard or seen anything on this pedal :drool

    Click the link below,click on launch the gallery.
    It is the only picture on page 5.

    http://guitarworld.com/namm2008
     
  2. Mac-P

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    Looks pretty cool
     
  3. seltaeb

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    That looks pretty good :). Analog Delay in True-Bypass :).
     
  4. Twanger

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    That's really cool, I like the idea of two time settings in one pedal...this is very GAS inducing...thanks for posting! :)
     
  5. drod2045

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    True hard-wire bypass is the same as true bypass? I feel like I hear different bypass terms a lot and some are not technically true bypass...although personally, it doesnt matter to me. just wondering/just asking for those wondering like me
     
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    Silly pedal design, but a good idea. I like analog delay, and the price is reasonable.
     
  7. krisharmony

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    Looks strangely like the setup on the Retro-Sonic. I'm interested but I havent been impressed with much -any- of their other pedals.
     
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    Sheesh, invest in a Memory Lane (which I love, btw) and then two pedals come out that do exactly what I want...this and the carbon copy. All I need is a two speed analog delay with separate delay time, repeat, mix and modulation controls on each speed setting...and voiced like a DM-2. Is that to much to ask for? :D
     
  10. Rick Towne

    Rick Towne P&W--Praise & Western--on 6, 8 and 12 strings.

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    Are you talking about the BBE Two-Timer here? Saw it and played it at the G&L booth. If I didn't already have two Retro-Sonics, this would be very attractive. Street price will be under $200. BBE pedals are a very pleasant well priced option.
     
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    that tc electronics pedal looks awesome.
     
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    bumped so I can check it out after work
     
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    are you positively SURE it's analog???
     
  14. drolling

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    I'd be interested too - The blurb is vague & misleading, like most great advertising.

    I had a mini-Danelectro PB&J that had two speeds & a funky analog "voicing", tho' it was pure digital all the way. Crappy, tone-sucking bypass, too. Stepped on it too hard one night & it died - Been looking for something similar ever since. Was nice switching from slap-back to long trails w/the same pedal.

    For a few months I was using two Ibanez DE-7s this way, but I keep going back to my Memory Lane & my EH Deluxe Memory Man.
     
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    went to bbesound.com, its only 330ms. so the longest delay setting still wont be that long
     
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    the retronic sonic switches between 300 and 600 (says their site). How much more is the retro sonic?
     

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