Let’s talk about some specific songs on Dodge and Burn. “I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)” has this turbulent wall of sound that parts like the Dead Sea and then rolls back in again. How did you create those huge, roiling guitar sounds? The intro riff features a Moog analog delay. I just plugged into it and started playing that riff, and it became the foundation for the song.more
"The rythymic pattern you hear comes from the chords of Peter's Moog Guitar going through the eight resonant filters in the [MF-105M MIDI MuRF](http://equipboard.com/items/moog-mf-105m-moogerfooger-midi-murf-analog-filter-guitar-effects-pedal). The MF-104Z Analog Delay gives added depth and dimension to the sound." - [Moog](http://www.moogmusic.com/sight-and-sound/sound_lab/dandy-warhols).more
The image from the pedalboard dates back to 2004 Toronto concerts, and original poster of pedalboard photos can be found [here](https://forum.guitar.com/complete-rig-25/wilco-2004-164006). Also, photos of the concert that this pedalboard photo is from can be found [here.](http://www.chromewaves.net/concertPhotos.php?concertPhotosID=44). In this photo, the Moog MF-104Z analog delay can be seen.more
This is a magic beast...best heard but this is not a pedal that disappoints. I actually bought it because I was on tour & my regular set up (Multivox Tape Echo) broke down & was desperate for a replacement. It's not a replacement of course but I'm so glad I did. I love Strymon delays & others but this is just it's own creature. Fantastic sound- no noise, no bullshit-just a strait wicked analog delay. Controls for input, output, short or long delay, stereo, & all the other controls you'd expect on a delay pedal BUT the sound...rack gear in a pedal. A measuring stick for all other delay pedals sound quality. That said I'd love more controls but from a pedal so pure it's hard to complain.