Post Number: 893
|Posted on Sunday, December 12, 2010 - 8:56 am: |
I just picked up one of these off Ebay after deciding I needed to spend some holiday money. It makes a dubious claim that it is an analog delay, but in reality it sounds like they've tricked an IC chip into behaving like an analog delay. The result isn't quite analog or digital in it's sound but something slightly between the two. I've really been enjoying it, and am getting ready to try it out at practice today. The best part was that it was only $66 new with shipping on ebay. For that price it's an incredible deal. I can't attest to its durability yet since I just got it, but the sound is very likable and it is true bypass. They make a whole host of interesting and cheap effects if someone needs a stocking stuffer (and they seem to all have good reviews).
Post Number: 2715
|Posted on Sunday, December 12, 2010 - 11:56 pm: |
As far as I know, IC chips need not be digital. Anyway - congrats!