You can't walk in here and say stuff like that
without spilling the beans on the specifics.
Well, just before Christmas I got a used Keeley Recino digital delay off Reverb to replace my broken Guyatone MD-3. Have gigged it only once so far but the Keeley is fantastic. Totally clean, high headroom, high fidelity but warm delay (no digital harshness). A perfect contrast and complement to the EPH-3. The EPH-3 sits back in the mix with its modulation, the Recino jumps forward with strong, clean percussive repeats. It can also do a warm slap back, or if you crank the repeats and level will go into an infinite wash without oscillation (not something I’ll use much but LOTS of fun). If you like your original tone, the Recino is perfect—-just gives you as much more of that as you want.
I also got tired of the variable results of different DI boxes provided by the house at different venues for my dircect rig. I had been getting good comments on how the rest of my rig sounded with a simple Livewire SPDI (compared to other boxes) so I snagged its big brother the PDI (larger and much heavier with double shielding) on sale at GC.
This rig might not change for a while because it perfectly suits my live performance needs......
I’ll try to grab a better pic under stage lighting later this week. The big space in the middle is for an IEM mixer.