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BY Delayman
#766486
I have one of these I won’t be needing. Have a google, very versatile and you can programme tonnes of presets.

$150? But as always happy to discuss pricing.
BY Delayman
#766498
Haha, slowly thinning the herd though. I’m thinking with analog one at the end with pedal control over delay volume, then a dotted eighth with tap up front I’ll be sorted. Hence the culling.
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BY bbrunskill
#766500
I'm in the same boat, after many pedals including lots of expensive ones, I've decided I only really need two, a proper Deluxe Memory Man for soft modulated analog delay, and a Boss DD-2 or old DD-3 which to my ear is probably the best sounding digital delay. pity it doesn't have tap tempo.
BY Delayman
#766501
bbrunskill wrote:I'm in the same boat, after many pedals including lots of expensive ones, I've decided I only really need two, a proper Deluxe Memory Man for soft modulated analog delay, and a Boss DD-2 or old DD-3 which to my ear is probably the best sounding digital delay. pity it doesn't have tap tempo.


I like the dd5 for tap tempo, but I’m using it where I’m ok with the crisp repeats. I had a dd2 which I thought was good. I’m pretty sure it has direct output for main signal and another output for delays. Good for wet/dry