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Great Delay Pedal
One of the more solid pedals in the Tone-Lok line, there's a reason this thing is so pricey on the second hand market. Had one for years right after they first came out, nifty little feature being able to change it from a digital delay to an analog circuit style echo, as well as setting the min/max time between three ranges with a switch.
The real selling point with this pedal, as with all the Tone-Lok line, was the push-lock knobs. Set it, forget it. They're also built like a damn tank.
Traded it for an Ibanez SC10 Super Chorus and Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal (yeah, 2-for-1 trade, and both pedals worth as much or double what the DE7 was at the time). Best trade I ever made.
The most beautiful sound my ears have ever heard.
This pedal, it doesn't have tap tempo, it only has two settings, it feels a little flimsy, but in the echo mode with the repeats and the level up and the time down it will just sit on the edge of oscillating into chaos, but instead just sit behind your playing as an ambient wash, it's seriously the most beautiful sounding delay pedal ever made. For reference check out the live outro to Deerhunter's Desire Lines, that's definitely the sound Lockett is getting.
A great delay pedal for less money.
A very versatile delay pedal, the DE7 was one available on the cheap brand new (now discontinued). DE7 also sported unique knob controls that could be pushed into the pedal lessening the chance of accidentally moving knob setting. Three easy parameters to adjust along with several delay styles make this a great little basic delay pedal.