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« on: July 12, 2013, 01:44:45 AM »

OK, so I'm now hooked on dotted 8th delays - never knew that was how the Edge got the galloping delay sound.  Difficulty is finding a multi-fx pedal that will allow 1/4 note tap tempo, but the provide a multiplier so that you can get dotted 8th delays.

I'm told at least some Vox tonelabs will do it.

I'm told a Digitech RP1000 will do it.

I've got about 300 bucks to spend.

I want about 5 preset buttons available at once ala RP500.

Any picks out there?
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« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2013, 01:05:24 PM »

Bought a Vox Mini 3 (Vox Mini 3) for insta-grat-anywhere playing, and the Marshall 4210 is on it's way out the door.

I started to get hooked back into the pedal realm, then I thought about all the high powered modelling and effects I already owned in the digital world, plugged in through Logic and realized I didn't need pedals anymore (except for an M-Gear EX-P controller). I'll keep my direct box, volume pedal and MXR Limiter just in case . . .

Do you already have an amp you like and a laptop or a "smart" phone?


So does this unit do delay time value multiplication like:  tap tempo in 1/4 notes, but set a dial so that the delay value is changed so that it's a dotted 8th?  Vox Tonelab SE does this, I'm looking for something less expensive with same function.  I don't need an amp - haven't used one since mid 2000's, amp simulation works great for me.  This needs to be a pedal-board multi-efx type of unit for live performance.
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« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2013, 01:16:33 AM »

I'm probably getting a Zoom G5.  I just bought a used Zoom G5 after seeing for sure that this has it, and in spades....
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