What replaced your Deluxe Memory Man?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by TimH, Feb 24, 2008.

  1. TimH

    TimH Member

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    So with the big foot print I assume many people decide not to use the DMM for that reason alone. If so, what did you replace it with...two pedals (chorus and echo) or just one delay without modulation? Inquiring minds want to know.
     
  2. yakuza

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    Nothing, now I just want another DMM. Everything else is pale in comparison, at least for me.
     
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    The line6 echopark. It comes pretty close to the more 'normal' settings of the DMM. Settings with lots of feedback, or lots of chorus/vibrato can't be reproduced by the DMM, but beside that, soundwise, it gets pretty close imo. I own both, but I often use just the echopark.
     
  4. Grandnoise

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    I am thinking the new mini DMM
     
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    BJF Baby Blue Delay.
     
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    I'm curious to see what the behringer copy is going to sound like
     
  7. hw2nw

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    i got rid of it and used a Memory Lane for a while. But at the end of the day, when I wanted something swirly, dirty, and beautiful, I sold the Memory Lane and got another DMM!
     
  8. woude

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    +1, the memory lane is a beautifull delay, but it's different and can't replace a DMM.
     
  9. abovethewave

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    i got rid of mine and replaced it with a Radical Red Reverb and am saving for a T-Rex Replica. However, I miss and have been thinking that there is still a place for it in my chain.
     
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    a one off? never heard of it?
     
  11. theinteriorleag

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    all that extra space on the DMM is just a raised platform for another pedal.
     
  12. TimH

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    ok fine...I'll just get one :p
     
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    Does anyone know when the mini DMM is going to be released?
     
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    i got rid of mine because of a noise/grounding issue. nothing else sounds like it though. i've been considering trying another one now that they don't have that built in power cord though. i ended up with an ad900.
     
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    I sold my DMM and went with a AP-2
     
  16. James Knox

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    The DMM, for me is irreplaceable for the modulated delay.

    For what is worth, I replaced my Echoczar/Angelbaby with a DMM and an Echopark. Yes, it is a lot of pedalboard real estate but well worth it - I did dump a bunch of OD's and Swirly pedals to keep both delays on the board...
     
  17. gtrshow

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    +1 to your +1. I followed exactly the same path as hw2nw above... replaced a DMM with a Memory Lane and ultimately sold it for another DMM. I really liked the ML, but the DMM feels like home.
     
  18. chrisrob

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    an Ibanez DE7 replaced both my DMM and my DM-2.

    I couldn't justify $500 dollars worth of delays when I would rather stomp on my DE7 in just about any situation.
     
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