heh, i got one for christmas but i've only used it like 3 times.
i gotta start practicing with it, im just not really into it.
Ehhh, musicians will alway bash digital equipment.eyeprod wrote:no digital delay can match a good analog delay. trust me, plug into a deluxe memory man and hear the sound of lush analog bliss
I absolutely agree. Tap is the only way to go. I don't think I could go back. I use a boss dd-5 and its just fine. Yes analog delays sound nice, but the dd-5 is so versatile, and really its not affecting your tone, but making a copy of it.Crazy 9.5 Fingers wrote:I have used tons of different delays over the years. I think something that is very important is having a tap tempo feature in the pedal so you can time it right on stage with the tempo of the song. It really does make a difference to the overall sound to sync it right. Out of time delays always sound off and artificial when I hear guitar players performing. I am currently using the T-Rex Replica. It is pricey, but it is absolutely phenomenal and it has a tap-tempo feature. Here is a link to the pedal on their webpage.
http://www.t-rex-engineering.com/defaul ... ge&id=2325