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    Default Re: Delay guitar signal with no delay pedal

    Have you tried an Anafranil?
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    Default Re: Delay guitar signal with no delay pedal

    Hilarious. LOL!!!

    Tried Prozac though. Didn't change a thing about delays, pickups, tone, fuzz, or anything else for that matter. So gave it a miss!!! LOL!!!

    Booze is the next logical step. If nothing else: at least when you're pis*ed this stuff doesn't matter so much and it actually sounds just fine.

    Regards,

    Dale.

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    Default Re: Delay guitar signal with no delay pedal

    Nah, the ones you’re thinking of only delay both signals at the same time.

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    Default Re: Delay guitar signal with no delay pedal

    TC Mimiq?
    Who took my guitar?

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    Default Re: Delay guitar signal with no delay pedal

    Hey, hey.

    Quote Originally Posted by IMENATOR View Post
    TC Mimiq?
    Thanks for the post.

    Nah. Have one. Doesn't "do it" for me. It does "too much" i.e. far more than just simply delaying a signal. And if used incorrectly (in the wrong place in the signal chain) it causes all manner of phasing issues and introduces comb. filtering big time. Not really trying to "double track" here i.e. just a simple delaying of one side. Doing alright though with this now (with my "odd" signal chain as described above).

    Thanks again.

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    Dale.

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