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My experience as well - if you take your time dialing in the presets, you can get some very nice delay and reverb sounds. The looper is quite useful if you set up the knobs correctly for that purpose, and the reverse delay is very cool.Well for me it's a keeper for the moment. Sounds great to my ear. Not an analog delay and if i was after an analog delay it's not the pedal i would buy. But for all the features like stereo output, the preset you can store, the modulation and also the looper wich unlike some i really like and do use, it's a great pedal.
+1Personally I think running something like an MXR into the SMMH is really the way to go - some tunes/sonic scapes really need the analog sound, and some sound better with the more "separate" sounding digital stuff. Additionally, it is very useful to have another delay in front of this (or any looper) when looping. Much easier to have a musical "play-through" sound when overlaying on the recorded loop.