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    Delay and Reverb Pedlals of Choice

    Looking to update my pedalboard and need some suggestions
    so show me your delays and reverbs!
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    I like the Eventide delay pedal on the far left on my board quite a lot:

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    i really like pigtronix echolution for delay [no pedal board pic, no pedal board... only use a few effects]
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    The El Capistan really covers that job very well for me. The Carbon Copy stays on the board for now since it does the basics well, too and makes it possible to have the El Cap do the more complex stuff and have a simple delay available at a toe tap. The Strymon products are really beautiful.
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    Main delay is a Toneczar Echoczar (with an Angelbaby). For a reverb pedal I like the Hardwire Supernatural. Sometimes I get fun times out of my Boss RV-3 though!

    There are other delays & reverbs in my stable though. It's all about the right tool for the job.

    (Edit: No pic as I don't have a 'board' at the moment - just a closet full of pedals that I chain up as needed!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by gush View Post
    You should post a pic of BM so we know it's real.

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    Just noticed I don't have a recent pedalboard pic. I dig the TC toneprint series, Flashback Delay and Hall of Fame Reverb. Also the TC Nova Repeater is great, my favorite pedal delay although it's a bit larger than the Flashback. It sounds just as good as any rack mount delay I've used but it sucks a lot of power, 400ma, so a regular power brick won't do. I'm using the Nova with my SS100 at home on my big board and the Flashback on my PedalTrain nano.
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    Currently enjoying the Eventide H9 very much, for reverb, delay, and pitch. The best thing about the H9 is the ability to pick and choose what algorithms you want on the device, from all of the "______ Factor" pedals that Eventide makes. The footprint is extremely small, especially when compared with the pedals it borrows from. And the sound quality is superb.
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    I really like the TC stuff as well. HOF reverb and a TC Alter Ego is my delay.

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    Strymon TimeLine and Eventide Space are my favorites...when portability and size are not a concern.
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    Super impressed with the new Zoom MultiStomp pedals, small footprint, really nice time based and mod effects, and cheap.

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    Tc electronics are the cats meow
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    I use the wampler faux echo it also has tap tempo and in the past I used a EH holy grail reverb worked fine

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    I use a TC Electronic Nova System for all my reverb and delays couldn't be happier

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    I don't have any photos of my pedal board (and all the other pedals not mounted to a board but often hooked up too), but I can say they are almost all Boss, except for a few oddball things, and the Delay and Reverb pedals are definitely Boss. I don't have a particular fanboi reason to use Boss, but they have been more reliable and less noisy than many other popular brands I have tried over the years, and I like the predictable footprint so I can use them in third-party giggable board cases like the Behringer.

    I see that not a single Boss pedal can be found in the photos above (although one photo I can't see due to um, "local filtering" shall we say).

    I'm very curious about that observation, so now I will troll around the forums to see what these other brands are all about.

    Also, because this thread isn't about PRS products per se, maybe I'll throw in some relevant content: since PRS now makes amps, I wonder if there are other product lines, such as effects pedals, that might be interesting to them eventually?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tosca View Post
    Strymon TimeLine and Eventide Space are my favorites...when portability and size are not a concern.
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    [QUOTE=shinksma;141161]
    I see that not a single Boss pedal can be found in the photos above (although one photo I can't see due to um, "local filtering" shall we say).

    I'm very curious about that observation
    /QUOTE]

    Me too! I rarely see Boss pedals on guitar forums and kinda wonder why. There is no shortage of incredible tones that were crafted with them; Johnny Marr, Prince, Robert Smith.... All of their pedalboards looked like Boss ads when they were making (in my opinion) their best work.

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    P refer a simple analog delay. I use a Hands of Time delay pedal made by DCW Pedals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shinksma View Post
    I see that not a single Boss pedal can be found in the photos above (although one photo I can't see due to um, "local filtering" shall we say).
    I didn't post a photo but I did clearly identify a Boss pedal (RV-3) in my regular rotation.

    I also have and use a DD-2, a DD-5, a CS-2, a CH-1 and Keeley-modified TR2 and GE7s.

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