This pedal can be found from the slide show at the bottom of this [BBC "Live Lounge" post](http://www.bbc.co.uk/events/ef6v4f#p00hf8r3). There's a wide shot of Alex & Adam and you can just make out the green in Sam's pedal. Clicking over to the 5th picture, you can clearly see the MXR.more
Between 1978 and 1979, on the first tours with the original Dire Straits setup, Mark Knopfler used only two effect devices on stage: the Morley volume pedal, and the green MXR Analog Delay. Mark used the MXR not so much for the long repetetive delays like on the intro of Down to the waterline (this was a Space Echo from the mixing desk) but rather for short slap back echoes that made his guitar sound thicker and fatter. The old MXR delay used some now obsolete components that gave the pedal a really unique sound, extremely warm and fat, however with some noticable noise. A key element for the early Dire Straits live sound.more
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