Analog delay pedal recommendation.

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Re: Analog delay pedal recommendation.

Post by ColorForm2113 » Tue Feb 04, 2014 3:50 pm

can't speak for how it sounds but the ibanez es2 echo shifter LOOKS really cool lol
http://proguitarshop.com/ibanez-pedals- ... ifter.html

edit: I did get to play with a minifooger delay, and as an owner of a 104m, I can say that it sounds amazing! the drive is so sweet and creamy. so if you can wait until they are available I would highly recommend it. I actually considered selling my 104m so I could get 2mini delays and more dot com modules...I think I would miss all the extra bells and whistles of the 104 though
My modular so far: Q104, Q106, Q107, Q108, Q109 x2 , Q116, Q118, Q127 w/Q140, Q130, STG Wave Folder, playing with Moog Voyager, VX-351, CP-251, MF-104M (x2 STEREO!)

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Re: Analog delay pedal recommendation.

Post by Darkseid » Tue Feb 04, 2014 7:09 pm

That ibanez pedal does look cool.

I will certainly be picking up a minifooger delay as soon as any are available.

For a cheap digital pedal I'm really enjoying the 1 echo I bought, but then again I haven't experienced anything else to compare it too.

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Re: Analog delay pedal recommendation.

Post by divineaudio » Fri Feb 07, 2014 3:51 am

Malekko Ekko 616 sounds fantastic and fits your budget. I just recently picked one up myself and it's exactly what i was looking for.

http://malekkoheavyindustry.com/product/ekko-616-mkii/

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