“That’s my analogue delay, which has got tap tempo. It’s cool – it’s got the different subdivisions, but I just keep it on one. That’s my only delay.”
A JHS Panther Cub Delay can be seen in this photo of Mike Hranica's pedalboard, from his [Tumblr](http://mkhrnc.tumblr.com/post/95317382101/long-overdue-pedalboard-reconfiguration-ernie).
In this picture, James is storing this pedal along some other equipment.
He probably uses this to thicken up his lead lines while he plays. He usually runs his signal pretty dry because James Duke would run his signal really wet.
Undeniably good sound, however, an analog delay is sort of a one-trick-pony and for $350 you could get 2 or 3 really nice pedals. I ended up returning mine
It's a dark, analog delay with Tap Tempo. The modulation is fun. It has everything the Panther has and more but in a smaller package.
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