Pedal maestros Boss revisit the iconic Roland Space Echo in two different formats.
Modelling pioneers Line 6 have breathed new life into their ageing delay unit — but they’ve also retained everything that made the original a classic.
Having already emulated the Echoplex tape delay, Foxgear set their sights on the Binson Echorec.
Embracing both the charm and limitations of open‑reel tape, the Tensor is a unique and creative looping pedal.
Donner’s Island Delay is a multimode delay pedal with a maximum delay time of 1.2 seconds and 10 delay types on offer...
The Electro‑Harmonix Memory Man is one of the longest‑running and most popular analogue delay pedals around and...
While UltraTap can go some way towards replicating a multi‑head tape echo machine, it also excels at artificial double-tracking, dreamy ambient delays, vocal thickening and gentle tremolo...
Boss got so much right with their DD‑3 that it has remained on sale ever since it launched in 1986. But this year they’ve updated it and introduced the more adventurous DD‑8.
Collider is essentially a dual–DSP marriage of Source Audio's Ventris reverb pedal and their Nemesis delay.
Boasting three pressure-sensitive footswitches, this delay pedal puts more control at your feet than most.
This stompbox combines analogue and digital processing to offer bucket-brigade warmth without the down sides.
The humble digital delay pedal has evolved into something we could once only dream of...
Electro-Harmonix’s Canyon is a delay/looper, but it goes the extra mile, packing a wide repertoire of delay effects into its compact pedal format.
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Not all digital delay pedals strike the right balance between convenience and quality. How does this one fare?
Does this take on delay-pedal history merit a place in your pedalboard’s future?
A modern stompbox take on a classic digital delay unit — what’s not to like?
This classy stomp box is much more than a guitar effect, and it is equally impressive on stage and in the studio.
Line 6 have released two DSP-based effects pedals that use physical modelling to recreate the echo, delay and modulation treatments of a bygone age. Paul White — who was there first time around — finds out how they measure up to the real thing.
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