The MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay Pedal features a completely analog audio path for the ultimate in rich, warm delay--made possible only by old-school bucket brigade technology. This design boasts an amazing 600ms of delay time with optional modula...
"Sermon’s BiLT Relevator is finished in shoreline gold and features both an MXR Carbon Copy and BiLT’s own fuzz circuit built into the body along with a Sustainiac in the neck position." -Premier Guitar; Rig Rundown with Imagine Dragons As such, it should be understood that it is built into his guitar, not on his pedal board.more
Billy uses a MXR Carbon Copy as seen in this rig rundown article. Here is a direct link to the image. http://www.premierguitar.com/ext/resources/images/content/2015-09/Rig-Rundown/10.jpg?1442424106 http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/23116-rig-rundown-zz-tops-billy-gibbons-and-dusty-hill-2015more
"With the Carbon Copy the repeats are a little bit on the darker side. There's a couple of tunes where he'll use the Carbon Copy on where it doesn’t make it so that you notice it so much - it's subtle. The way we have it set is only for like three repeats. For the most part, [Jeff] likes to play very dry, so anything that is going to color the sound like that, he notices too much and it gets in the way," says Jeff Beck's guitar tech.more
At 2:31 in this video, Za, Synyster Gates guitar tech, talks about Synyster Gates' use of the MXR delay pedal. "It's awesome man, everybody loves those." The Carbon Copy delay pedal is also listed as part of Syn's gear on his [Dunlop Artist Page](http://www.jimdunlop.com/artist/synyster-gates).more
Zakk Wylde uses an MXR Carbon Copy delay pedal onstage with Black Label Society. "The settings I have it at...are for Randy Rhodes' guitar solos..." Wylde says at (3:40) in this Guitarist Magazine video. "I could be playing fast and it's not going to muddle any of the playing," he said.more
This is a photo of the Pantera, Kill Devil Hill, and Down's bass player Rex Brown's pedal board. You will notice just below the board is the set list for the evening which shows "Devil Hill Music.com" over it's top. You can see a dark green MXR pedal on the bottom of the pedal board. The three buttons on top and 1 stomp selector shows it's an MXR Carbon Copy.more
Zach talks about his pedals in this rig rundown video. At 9:55, he says, "I believe it might have been my buddy [Mark from Lamb of God](http://equipboard.com/pros/mark-morton) who said that the Carbon Copy is the best delay and I have to agree with him. To me it's the best delay made."more
"This I haven't integrated yet, but I just think this is one of the best pedals on the market, it's the Carbon Copy. I use this to record all the time, 'cause you just get, like, trippy chorus echo sounds which I love, they're all over my demos and recordings". – Misha Mansoor on the MXR M169 Carbon Copy Analog Delay Guitar Effects Pedal.more
"Out front, Satchel keeps a small-but-tidy board that’s packed with only the essentials. He starts with a Boss TU-3 tuner before going into a pair of MXR pedals—a Carbon Copy analog delay and a Classic Overdrive. A Morley ABY Selector helps him move between guitars and the footswitch to his EVH 5150 III rounds out the board." -Premier Guitar; Rig Rundown: Steel Panther's Satchelmore
"For a quick, not quite slapback, short delay I used a MXR Carbon Copy. Those are pretty cool and they're certainly analogue in the way the signal decays very quickly. Those are cool – a fun little pedal." In-depth guitar talk with the instrumentalist by Rob Laing, August 11, 2010more
At 7:43 in this Rig Rundown for G.E. Smith of [Moonalice](http://equipboard.com/band/moonalice), [Saturday Night Live Band](http://equipboard.com/band/saturday-night-live-band), [Hot Tuna](http://equipboard.com/band/hot-tuna), and [Hall& Oates](http://equipboard.com/band/hall-oates), displayed is a MXR Carbon Copy Delay.more
Bottom row, to the right, next to his Boss tuner, Keith Murray's MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay can be seen on his pedalboard setup. In this [2010 interview](http://images.equipboard.com/uploads/source/image/34972/uhXGb4d.png), he mentions it, calling it an "MXR Micro Delay." On the same pedalboard he also has a Boss DD-7 delay: > Oh. Ok. After that, then it goes a Boss DD-7 delay pedal, then it goes into, uh, an MXR Micro Amp, then it goes into an MXR Micro Delay, then it goes into...more
"For effects I use a Peterson tuner, either a Chandler Digital Echo or an MXR Carbon Copy, an MXR Phase 90, a Boss OC-3 Super Octave Pedal, a Morley Bad Horsie Wah-Wah pedal and a Morley Optical Volume Pedal. I’ve also just started using an MXR Micro Flanger which Joe Bonamassa recently gave me."more
"MXR Carbon Copy for dark, repeating delays. I’ve spent a lot of time trying to find the right sounds. When something becomes three-dimensional, I tend to like it. If it doesn’t make the cut, I’ll carry on looking for and pay for the right piece of gear. I geek out a lot and track it all down!"more
Pedal-wise, I endorse and I have a Pigtronix Envelope Phaser, a Philosopher Bass Compressor, a Quantum Time Modulator and their Fat Drive. I love MXR’s Carbon Copy Delay, plus their Phase 90, Bass Octave Deluxe, Bass Envelope, and one of my favorite delays that Way Huge makes called the Aqua Puss," says Michael League, in [this interview](http://www.notreble.com/buzz/2014/02/13/from-the-ground-up-an-interview-with-michael-league/) with No Treble.more
In this attached blog photo, a MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay pedal is seen in Matt Taylor's gear setup. Although it does not directly show it is his, the cable running out of his amp matches that of the one plugged into the EHX Holy Grail, which is different from Kyle Straka's cable.more
The MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay Pedal features a completely analog audio path for the ultimate in rich, warm delay--made possible only by old-school bucket brigade technology. This design boasts an amazing 600ms of delay time with optional modulation via a top-mounted switch and a simple, three-knob layout that controls Delay time, Mix (dry/wet blend), and Regen (delay repeats)--all in a pedal no bigger than a Phase 90. In addition, the M169 pedal has two internal trim pots that offer user-adjustable width and rate control of the modulation for even more tonal options. The Carbon Copy effect pedal will take you from crisp "bathroom" slap echoes to epic, Gilmour-esque delays with a twist of a knob. True hard-wire bypass, single 9-volt operation, and stage-ready blue LEDs round out the package.
This thing is so gritty and dark. It just has the most amazing character to it. Perfect for pairing with clean digital delays. I would never do a gig or session without it. The self oscillation is gnarly, and it makes a great slapback tone.
I wish it had a more modulation.
MXR's Carbon Copy delay, while only having been out for a few years, is a great delay for dark echo fans. The oscillation you can get with this delay is amazing, similar to Radiohead's "Karma Police" effect near the end of the song. Great delay for the money, I recommend you get one now!
I loooove my carbon copy. I like to play with repeats sometimes, and use a slap back quite often. The tone is incredible - super natural sounding and thick. The first time I heard it was when I worked in a studio and a metal guitar player plugged it in - I knew I needed one and just about threw my DD-6 in the trash! Just kidding, I love my DD-6 but this took the cake for me.
I bought this pedal because of the price and some great reviews and YouTube shoot outs. I play an American Strat into a Fender blues deluxe. I don't think this pedal is as versatile as some of the other digital delays but it does deliver a nice mellow analog delay to complement a clean or dirty signal. From slap back to spacey delays, this pedal delivers. It is nice to see the list of professionals using it getting larger too.
Everything about it is great. Usually i don't like the narrow sound of mxr guitar pedals but this one really suprised me and as i tried it for the first time i told the worker at the shop that i was going to buy it. At the end, of course i ended up buying it despite it's high price that left me with 100 bucks approx. What i can say is it has it's own unique sound that no other analog pedal can reach. My suggestion is to buy it because you'll never regret it.
The carbon copy is a very common pedal, thanks to the price and quality. It was my first pedal and is still here with me! I use it in the fxloop to fat up my sound, because is anolog and very dark sounding,sometimes to hear the repeats the only thing to do is to play in palm mute otherwise it will completely blend with the dry signal. So i dont use it as my main delay, i use it to put some very good make up to my clean sound and a mistic vibe to my crunch sound. Great pedal but if you are looking for a crystal sounding delay this is not your pedal.
I used other delays before getting to Carbon Copy. It really caught me with it´s sound and since then I own one, got rid of the others, and have been using it every time I get a chance. I honestly think that anyone who likes to use delay effects should give the Carbon Copy Analog Delay a chance!
Great pedal! The "Modulation" button adds a tasty warble which can be dialled in with some internal trim pots. Manipulating the knobs while playing offers up some crrraaazy tones.
Sounds great, three easy knobs. I simplified from a feature-laden digital delay. I miss the tap tempo. but I don't miss all the futzing with knobs to get the sound I want. Stupid easy to use and sounds great. A relatively short delay time and regen setting with the modulation adds a wonderfully subtle shimmer to chords and arpeggios. Always on.
I got this as a gift from my wife. it's an awesome analog delay. best part of the delay is the mod switch that adds more spacey feel to the effect and the pedal can oscilate if regen knob is to full and you can play around with delay knob for different sounds.
Can make even me sound huge! it's fun to twiddle and also useful. I have it on a lot, but usually set kind of light; that is, fairly short delay, few reps, light mix, and almost never push in the "Mod" button. I just don't like the way that sounds.
I Remember The Day I Got This Pedal.. I Plugged It In, And Realized That I Plugged It In Backwards. Then Plugged It In The Right Way, And It Still Didn't Turn On! Then I Realized I Needed A Power Source. (The Carbon Copy Was My First Pedal, As You Can See) Roughly A Week Later, I Plugged It In, Turned On, And Produced Echos, And I Though. Wow, What A Waste Of Money! I Was So Mad, After All That I Was Disappointed With The $116 Dollar Guitar Toy That My Parents Had So Generously Given To Me. I Was So Frustrated I Gave Up On The Whole Day, And Went To Sleep Hoping To Wake Up, And Find That I Had Gotten A Tubescreamer Instead, And That The Carbon Copy Was A Bad Dream. I Just Couldn't Make The Pedal Sound Good! Finally, A Good Year Later, I Had Finally Mastered The Way Of The Carbon Copy, Making Sweeping Spaceship Noises, And Having Lush, Beautiful, Inspiring, Other-World-ly, Delay Tones. I Realized That If You Know (Or Learn) How To Use This Pedal, It Can Be A Very Inspiring, Creative, Though Provoking Pedal, That Can Move You To Become A Better Guitarist, And Make You Fall In Love With The Guitar Again, And Again. These Words Are True. I Have Had No Problems With The Carbon Copy (Except For Plugging It In Backwards). It Doesn't Hum When It Runs On Batteries Like My EHX OD Glove Does. The Only Problem You Could Really Come Across Is If You Want To Sound Like "The Edge", Then Get A Digital Delay, Or The Carbon Copy Bright. I've Found That If You Set The Settings Right, It's Very Easy To Make This Pedal A Chorus Pedal Too. Though If You're Looking For A Chorus Pedal, I Recommend Chorus Pedals For Chorus Pedals. Anyways, Great Pedal. I Love It. It's Amazing.
Warm saturated delay that can oscillate like crazy, or add the perfect amount of slap. Mod switch warms it up even more by adding a chorus effect on the repeats, somewhat simulating a tape echo.
Great analog delay. Worth the hype. Relatively affordable compared to some boutique analog delays that do the same exact thing. In some cases, not as well for even more money.
I love this little guy. It was between this a Memory Man and a TC Flashback. This was the winner for me. It feels like its built like a tank. Simple as hell to use. Gives a really nice dark natural sounding delay. Best of all very reasonably priced.
dreamlike delay tones that go for days. I can sound like anything I want to. This thing does everything. Its probably the greatest pedal of all time, EVER. Ive had it since 2011 and I still haven't figured out everything you can do with it, not even half way, its constant sonic exploration. I love recording with it and playing live it always gets people's ears perked up cause its a beautiful sound whether long or short, wetter or more dry.
A great pedal for swells. The mod on it is brilliant. I use it exclusively for heavy ambient songs. It doesn't have a tap tempo so it makes its use very limited, but its sound is amazing.
I use this for vocal slapback in lieu of a the roland space echo i'm blessed with using if i am in a friend's studio, but this little pedal gets the job done for live performances. personal favourite settings are: regen 930, mix 11, delay 10. great for that vintage delay, however not as spacey as the roland.
This pedal gives a player many sonic possibilities. Having just gotten it, I have immediately found several useful applications in originals. Very easy to use, solid MXR construction and highly versatile.
I've always been a huge fan of digital delays... until I got CC in my hands. As soon as I discovered beauty of warm & dark repeats, I sold all my digitals. This is the only delay unit in my setup right now.
A must have in guitarist's pedalboard, really.
Very very very nice Analog delay pedal, some say it sounds too dark but its only a question of how you set it up, I actually use mine after a EHX Small Stone Phaser and it worms awsomly cool as a longer reverb that doesn~t kill the rotation and keeps the tone well. ( Ps I use it with the mod button on, dont forget to check the internal trim pots . Before editing them, take a picture of the original position. Buy it, plug it an Play it