On Matt Schofield's [website](http://mattschofield.com/gear/), he says, "Next are two Mad Professor Deep Blue Delay pedals. One set a little longer than a slap-back echo, with no repeats, is on for 99% of the night. The other is set to a longer delay with a couple of repeats for the occasional tune."more
I actually made a clone of this pedal, but after having had the chance to compare it to the original recently I realized I could allow myself to review it since the clone sounds exactly the same.
All you need from a simple-controlled delay, there's actually not much I can say! I like the way the sounds decay very slightly with each repeat, it might sound imperfect to some but I find it gives it texture, makes it more organic.
Nevertheless, there's one thing I would love it to do : when you push the repeats up to maximum, I love it when a delay's feedback never ends, but this one does. It feeds back for sure, but it doesn't really grow and grow endlessly, it just fades after a while.
Oh and by the way, another cool feature: you can switch the pedal off, and the delaying will still be there when you switch it back on! Yeaaaaaah... Sometimes it's the small things.
I use this for the slap. It slaps. It has that analogue style sound, open and airy, a bit of reverb in there. It's tails aren't so lush.