The most in-demand analog delay ever built. Musicians love it and collectors cherish it. Experience the analog edge. Nothing can compare to the organic sound of analog delay, and no one does analog like the Deluxe Memory Man! Up to 550 mS of vibra...
"The main riff is an Explorer playing through the Memory Man and the Vox, and the harmonics were done with the same setup," explains Dave Grohl in reference to the production of the song Headwires. The item directly mentioned by Grohl is an Electro-Harmonix Memory Man XO Analog Delay Guitar Effects Pedal.more
Stephen Ferrara (Chris Cornell's guitar tech): “Chris uses that as a dirty delay – he drives it a little bit so it actually kicks up the volume when he uses it and he overloads the level slightly. He’ll kick this in every now and again at the beginning of a song – he’s got it with a lot of repeats right now.”more
According to the 2007 Guitar World excerpt, he said that he uses the EHX Deluxe Memory Man for solos, and for quiet slap-back echo. [An interview with Perry done in 2004:](https://guitar.com/features/interview-with-joe-perry/) > And then there’s the Memory Man, there’s a couple of different versions of that. I have one of those in there.more
In this photo of Sergio's pedalboard in 2011, from [this collection](http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/collection-of-electric-guitar-effect-pedals-owned-by-sergio-news-photo/147798033), for Total Guitar Magazine, one can see an Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man on the left.more
Minilogue's studio is surrounded by serene nature outside of Malmö, Sweden. It's here that Sebastian Mullaert and Markus Henriksson compose their lush, evolving techno suites with a variety of hardware and software - with Live at the center of each musician's setup. In the video below, Sebastian gives us an overview of Minilogue's technology.more
[This photo-article from MusicRadar/*Guitarist* magazine](http://www.musicradar.com/guitarist/manic-street-preachers-james-dean-bradfields-gear-280353) details all of the gear Bradfield used during the making of the Manic Street Preacher's 2010 album *Postcards From a Young Man.* The Deluxe Memory Man (boxed, top left) is depicted in James' pedal collection.more
As you can read in the interview, "I used an Electro-Harmonix Memory Man and a Boss DD-7 in conjunction. If you use two amps in stereo, it sort of flips between them and gives you a really cool stereo pan with the delay". However, I think he doesn't use the memory man anymore nowmore
Effects are a Boss TU-2 tuner, Prescription Electronics’ Yardbox and Experience pedals, Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man, and some variety of a Tube Screamer. At the moment my favorites are the Maxon OD 808 and Voodoo Lab’s Sparkle Drive. There are a few other things I use quite often, like a Voodoo Labs Analog Chorus and Pedal Power, Prescription Electronics Germ, and either a Carl Martin compressor/limiter or Boss CS-3 compressor/sustainer.more
> I’m running my guitar through an MXR Distortion Plus, it’s like an early ’80’s late ’70’s distortion pedal. There’s an MXR Phase 100, a Geoffrey Tease Real McCoy wah pedal and this Big Muff, I forget what it’s called. Then there’s a looper pedal which is a Boss something or other. There’s also a **Memory Man**.> - Erik "Ripley" Johnson at Positive Destruction (positivedestruction.wordpress.com) 14/11/2011more
"Really it's a combination of things, but on our album I used my vintage Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man Delay loads, and I always it on tour with me. It really is the best sounding delay pedal I've ever come accross, and I've tried loads, but you can do so much other stuff with it as well. It always sounds cool without getting near those cheesy '80s delay sounds." http://puregrainaudio.com/interviews/gear-review-the-temperance-movement-guitarist-paul-sayer-on-his-vintage-electro-harmonix-deluxe-memory-man-delaymore
> I've got, I think it's a 1978 Memory Man but I don't use it in any musical way, I just use it to make noise when I'm switching guitars. Carry on a note and it's got some vibrato in it so it makes some white noise for the children to hear while I'm taking a sip of beer and switching guitars.more
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Visible in this Instagram post, [this Twitter post](https://twitter.com/benchten/status/408504202508251136/photo/1) and [this photo](https://kenrichsounds.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/FullSizeRender-4-e1490029210758.jpg) from Tench's keyboard tech, Ken Rich. It was mentioned by Tench in [this May 2017 *KeyboardMag* article](https://www.keyboardmag.com/artists/benmont-tench-the-40th-anniversary-interview). > **You’re known to have a real penchant for effects pedals. Don’t you have an effects loop on your Hammond?** > >Yeah. Bill Beer put that in. I didn’t know there was an effects loop in it. I thought there was a “direct out,” and then I thought that there was a “line in” in case I wanted to run the keyboard that was sitting on top of the Hammond into the Leslie as well. After I had it for about 10 or 12 years, I did a session with The Cult. Someone said, “This Leslie sounds so clean, can you distort it?” And I said, "I don’t think so." And they looked at my Hammond and said, “Oh, you’ve got an effects loop. Let’s get a fuzz pedal!” I was like, “What?” And I was off to the races. I started out with a little Turbo Fuzz, that I also used on a song on the album *All Shook Down* by The Replacements. Over the years, I’ve tried other things as well. I have a couple of pedals by Line 6, and Ryan Adams, God bless him, gave me a couple of Electro-Harmonix pedals like the Memory Man and the Electric Mistress flange pedal. I also have a tremolo pedal and a turbo boost as well. These are all for the Hammond, and I also use the spring reverb that’s built into it as well. Ever since I got this organ back around 1977, I’ve used this reverb. It gentles it up. Nobody can do what [Band keyboardist] Garth Hudson does. However, there are settings on that Lowrey organ he plays where the attack is a little softer. And that changes the effect of how you play. So I find that using things like the Electro-Harmonix pedals allows me to soften the attack. It’s fun. I even have a Line 6 modulation pedal on the DX7 to give it a little bit of chorus. That makes it tolerable. I also sometimes run my Vox Continental through a Leslie simulator.more
“The Line 6 Helix is amazing - super flexible in terms of routing (compared to a normal pedal setup) and programming. It can integrate with other stompboxes easily, and can send MIDI to control Ableton Live. I also use Line 6’s M9 a lot for gigs and all sorts - it’s brilliant. If I had to pick a few pedals, though, it’d be the Digitech Whammy, EHX Memory Man and EHX Frequency Analyzer.”more
The most in-demand analog delay ever built. Musicians love it and collectors cherish it. Experience the analog edge. Nothing can compare to the organic sound of analog delay, and no one does analog like the Deluxe Memory Man! Up to 550 mS of vibrant echo that rivals tape delay; lush, spatial chorus and haunting vibrato are just a few of the treats in the Memory Man's sonic smorgasbord!
Pedal legendaris dengan delay analog yang hangat. Dia tidak se-dark memory boy dan clarity delaynya juga asik. dilengkapi fitur modulasi chorus atau vibrato yang membuat efek ini layak buat pegangan musisi yang suka main psycadelic (Coba eksplor knob2nya sampai level maximum)
Eu nem preciso tocar! Pedal perfeito, misturando phaser e chorus também com meu Small Stone e Micro Chorus a opção do vibrato dá um som ambiente exótico e lindo! dá pra fazer tudo nele, 550 ms de delay é tudo que um ser humano precisa!