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Biyang AD-10 Time Machine
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Biyang AD-10 Time Machine

Delay/Echo/Phrase Sampler for Guitar from Biyang belonging to the Baby Boom! series.

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Biyang AD-10 Time MachinePublished on 01/18/14 at 21:04
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Digital delay pedal "low fi", it has the sound of "sal" one might expect from a tape echo
3 settings: 1 blend, repetition number, a duration of the echo. Plus a switch to select the max delay (600ms or 1000ms).
Alim battery or 9v AC (type boss)
This is a real true bypass clearly: no coloring of the sound recorded, and the pedal lets the sound even when disconnected.
Made in China

UTILIZATION

This is my first delay, so it will faloir me to do my hand, but it seems no more complicated than another delay: the function of each setting is pretty obvious.
No manual, but I do not think it's necessary

SOUND QUALITY

It does not sound all digital is suffisnt for me! It may be......
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Digital delay pedal "low fi", it has the sound of "sal" one might expect from a tape echo
3 settings: 1 blend, repetition number, a duration of the echo. Plus a switch to select the max delay (600ms or 1000ms).
Alim battery or 9v AC (type boss)
This is a real true bypass clearly: no coloring of the sound recorded, and the pedal lets the sound even when disconnected.
Made in China

UTILIZATION

This is my first delay, so it will faloir me to do my hand, but it seems no more complicated than another delay: the function of each setting is pretty obvious.
No manual, but I do not think it's necessary

SOUND QUALITY

It does not sound all digital is suffisnt for me! It may be better, but the sound was enough heat. Not only the sound of each repetition degrades, but the sound of the first is already very dirty. So do not expect sth lens. It is in my more than a carbon copy sal memories, but it's a matter of taste essenciellement.
I said that the sound is "dirty", but not saturated; Each REPEAT me the area to observe the nuances of the note.
The result is very satisfying distortion.
No breath or other parasites.

OVERALL OPINION

I received oday, so I do not have a great familiarized with the pedal. I just wanted to say that it seemed quality: all the fears I had a pedal of this range (its synthetic breath, no true bypass, POCS has acivation) appear not to s' apply to this pedal. For 30 euros, it really seems like a good deal.
The only thing that remains to be seen is the duration in time, the switch seems to be a little cheap, but at worst, it costs 6 euros to replace on thomann ...
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Biyang AD-10 Time MachinePublished on 03/09/10 at 07:32
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For the price the features are excellent:
- A true bypass
- Delay that mixes analog and digital visibly, its purpose being to ring analog with digital capabilities.
- Robust housing

Negative point for those using a pedal board, the design of cache battery is a bit awkward, with a screw to keep it that raises a little pedal (I keep the battery cover with my band and no velcro marigold). Otherwise, the AD-10 is equipped at the base of rubber pads handy. Note that the paint is not great quality either as good velcro managed to remove part of me ^ ^

In short, for the price, it's cool!

UTILIZATION

Three buttons and a switch to go from 600 to 1100 ms max. It's simple to use and......
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For the price the features are excellent:
- A true bypass
- Delay that mixes analog and digital visibly, its purpose being to ring analog with digital capabilities.
- Robust housing

Negative point for those using a pedal board, the design of cache battery is a bit awkward, with a screw to keep it that raises a little pedal (I keep the battery cover with my band and no velcro marigold). Otherwise, the AD-10 is equipped at the base of rubber pads handy. Note that the paint is not great quality either as good velcro managed to remove part of me ^ ^

In short, for the price, it's cool!

UTILIZATION

Three buttons and a switch to go from 600 to 1100 ms max. It's simple to use and there are more opportunities than in many other delays, and a fairly long delay.

SOUND QUALITY

Frankly it sounds good or very good. And see the reviews on previous delays biyang, I'm not the only one to think clearly.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two weeks. It is great but I could afford the purchase of a Sunny Day Delay Dr. Scientist who is at least 5 times more expensive. Otherwise, I've had delays Boss (DD5), Ibanez (LD10), Marshall (Echo Head), and some others, I tend to recommend a model like this since it is really affordable and that it sounds good (and long live the true-bypass).
You have to love the flashy pink as well;)
In the long term I think it's pretty reliable, it looks solid but I can not check because I am separated (cause: buying another delay).
Note that I also bought a reverb, the same series (Baby Boom) and is a very pleasant surprise, as the delay - and that remains on my pedalboard.
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Biyang AD-10 Time MachinePublished on 09/19/10 at 11:53
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View previous opinion.
Digital chip "lo-fi" PT2399

UTILIZATION

Simple setup, delay is entirely conventional. No manual. Easy to use.

SOUND QUALITY

Very good sounds, it is quite in the register of the analog pedal but with a delay time higher than average. It is true that she picks fast enough.
I use it mostly in atmosphere-echo.

OVERALL OPINION

Used since June 2010.Bonne construction. It is a good model but if you like delays and more efficient digital rights to choose pure.
Excellent value for money burying the concurence!

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True bypass
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Picks up too fast ...
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View previous opinion.
Digital chip "lo-fi" PT2399

UTILIZATION

Simple setup, delay is entirely conventional. No manual. Easy to use.

SOUND QUALITY

Very good sounds, it is quite in the register of the analog pedal but with a delay time higher than average. It is true that she picks fast enough.
I use it mostly in atmosphere-echo.

OVERALL OPINION

Used since June 2010.Bonne construction. It is a good model but if you like delays and more efficient digital rights to choose pure.
Excellent value for money burying the concurence!

Most
Beefy
True bypass
Sounds
Price

The -
Picks up too fast
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Biyang
  • Model: AD-10 Time Machine
  • Series: Baby Boom!
  • Category: Delays/Echos/Phrase Samplers for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 03/09/2010

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