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When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal?
      25/09/11 07:07 PM
Doing a bit of web research on analog delay pedals and there seems to be a strong indication that a lot of the new pedals marketed as analog delay are in fact just analog delay sounding ie they are digital pedals that are voiced to sound like analog. Artec are apparently guilty of this according to many forums etc. So I'm wondering whether all the cheapish Belcat, Biyang, modtone, Guitar Tech (many of which look spookily similar in layout etc) pedals are all really digital and thereby guilty of deliberately misleading us to cash in on the craze for old analog gear?

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* When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? Huge Longjohns 25/09/11 07:07 PM
. * Re: When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? Folderol   22/10/11 07:21 PM
. * Re: When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? Folderol   22/10/11 05:05 PM
. * Re: When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? nathanscribe   22/10/11 05:37 PM
. * Re: When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? Huge Longjohns   22/10/11 02:46 PM
. * Re: When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? dmills   21/10/11 04:09 PM
. * Re: When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? Octopussy   26/09/11 03:44 PM
. * Re: When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? nathanscribe   20/10/11 09:38 AM
. * Re: When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? Folderol   21/10/11 06:24 PM
. * Re: When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? nathanscribe   21/10/11 10:54 PM
. * Re: When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? thefruitfarmer   06/10/11 10:01 AM
. * Re: When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? Huge Longjohns   26/09/11 03:28 PM
. * Re: When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? AllyB   13/10/11 07:01 PM
. * Re: When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? Folderol   25/09/11 07:38 PM
. * Re: When is an 'analog' delay in fact a digital delay pedal? Random Guitarist   25/09/11 07:35 PM

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