I still question the $399 price tag... How long before the first round of flips happens?
MF, AMS, GC are in stock now.
MF, AMS, GC are in stock now.
Sadly, I had less time this weekend to play around with it than I had hoped, and I wasn't able to compare with my teacher's Timeline. So no review from me just yet.Any feedback on this yet? would be great to get an actual review of somone who has now played it! Was about to pull the trigger on a TC Flashback x4 but now waiting to hear what people think of this after playing it (and not just speculation.... )
Sorry, I didn't make myself very clear. Obviously it's not 'the same' But it probably is the same digital engine, running the SDD-3000 program, with a analog preamp and dry through.of course they are similar. Korg and Vox are the same company. Id guess the pedal is the same as a DelayLab, but with a different interface and a new program with a speaciaized emulation of the SDD-3000.
Ill consider getting one. Edges delay sound is amazing.
My initial low volume puttering shows it's spot on but easier. The MK1 is really fussy to use live.lanny
Cool you got it - yeah the power supply is a bit annoying as I was hoping to power it from my boards PSU, oh well can't have it all.
So marks out of 10 - does it really nail the SDD3000 rack or is their some compromises in sound
Looking forward to them!I've had mine for a week and love it. I'm not trying to emulate The Edge, so my criteria is not to see how close it gets to the rack unit.
First, the preamp on this thing is total kick ass. It really has a certain tonality to it that results in a voxish tone even through non Vox amps. As far as the delays, I've been goofing around with the presets and I love the SDD3000, tape and modern modes. I feel the cosmic mode is a bit lacking, although I'm only referring to the presets. I probably need to spend more time on that mode. Reverse is very cool. Analog is also good with tweaking. I do like the tape better, though. Pitch is awesome. Can't comment on panning without a stereo setup.
Overall, I love it. I've had the Timeline twice, and both times I got rid of it. The sdd sounds more "real" or in your face, if that makes any sense. The Timeline sounded like software to me, whereas this seems to retain a more live feel to it.
I'll post some clips later.
Hey Stanley, I'm not sure. I'll take a look when I get home.Yucatown,
Thanks for the info, I too am on my second timeline but don't really get on with the interface. This is more up my street with all the parameters available like the rack, nothing important hidden.
Does it come with a multi international power supply (changeable) like a lot do nowadays or was it strictly a US power supply
That seems like a huge oversight.The unit reads out BPM (cool) when tapping in delay time in "sync" mode, but you can not make adjustments to the BPM /delay time in any other way, only the subdivision. I would hope Korg would fix that with a firmware update if possible. In other words, if you want to have delay at exactly 120bpm, you have to nail it with tapping, or look up the delay time needed in ms.