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One of the best analog delays ever put out
I've had the Rubberneck Delay for almost two years and it is an ambient guitarists wet dream. An analog delay that goes up to 1 second with an effects loop and pitch shifting capabilities and knobs to fully control oscillation and pitchshifting? Count me in. This thing can be a faux reverb and it can even act as a modulation pedal if you use minimal settings on the time and repeats. Also having a gain knob really helps give my repeats more weight and punch, so that's cool too. I recommend it to anyone looking for an experimental analog delay for their setup.
This thing kicks ass - on paper at least. 1,5 seconds or so of analog delay, the Rubberneck function (basically delay time doubled or halved at the press of a switch), eq on repeats, a handy switch for triplets, depth and speed of modulation completely customisable and so on. But after a little while I started finding some flaws: the effective usable delay time is roughly 800ms, after that it will start introducing noise and artefacts. Still a decent delay time, but you have to remember not to use the Time knob to its full extent. Modulation can be anything but subtle, and at higher delay times it will behave unpredictably. The optional Digitech footswitch will be assigned to modulation on/off, to the rubberneck function and self oscillation (or a decrease in repeats); both these functions are also available by holding down "effect on" for the Rubberneck and "tempo" for the feedback thing. Too bad you can't do both on the external footswitch, which is basically a must since the rubberneck function will increase repeats and, should you not increase repeats at the same time, you'll basically "run out" of repeats before the effect can be heard. All in all it's an interesting pedal, but I swapped it for a more basic Memory Man Deluxe and never looked back.
Analog Delay Effects Pedal with Tap Tempo and Built-in Effects Loop