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Biyang AD-7 Analog Delay
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Biyang AD-7 Analog Delay

Delay/Echo/Phrase Sampler for Guitar from Biyang belonging to the Tonefancier series.

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Biyang AD-7 Analog DelayPublished on 06/19/08 at 03:12
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
So we are here in the presence of an old analog delay of his store ...
The best part (besides the sound) is its unbeatable price, € 42 for a pedal of this caliber!

In terms of connectivity, we are in the very simple, an input jack, an output jack, an entry for a 9V transformer and location for a 9v battery (for info, never use the battery, because the pedal is going to eat within two hours of use!)

Manufacturing is of good quality, brushed aluminum body, sturdy switch, knobs upscale and germanium resistance to get the vintage sound!

Little more substantial, this pedal has a true bypass

UTILIZATION

The config is super simple, 3 knobs and a switch:

First knob: Blend,......
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So we are here in the presence of an old analog delay of his store ...
The best part (besides the sound) is its unbeatable price, € 42 for a pedal of this caliber!

In terms of connectivity, we are in the very simple, an input jack, an output jack, an entry for a 9V transformer and location for a 9v battery (for info, never use the battery, because the pedal is going to eat within two hours of use!)

Manufacturing is of good quality, brushed aluminum body, sturdy switch, knobs upscale and germanium resistance to get the vintage sound!

Little more substantial, this pedal has a true bypass

UTILIZATION

The config is super simple, 3 knobs and a switch:

First knob: Blend, which allows + or - mix the effect with the sound of the guitar, basically it allows you to make the effect more or less discrete (the top is to let the button thoroughly all the time ...)

Second knob: Time, which manages the speed of the delay, the race's knob is long and can really vary more than the small switch attached to the knob to switch from one band to a band at 600m 1100, which roughly doubles the capabilities of the knob

3rd knob: Repeat, which manages how long the delay is active, until infinity! but to delay indefinitely the hand in a kind of feedback / feedback which, by moving the time sounds completely out of space, it's downright deadly to make big noise and good old psychedelic rock!

The manual is in Chinese, I can not really knowing if it is complete at the same time, three buttons, ca be managed without too much trouble;)

SOUND QUALITY

The delay of this pedal is super nice, very clear, some say it lacks a little low, but it depends mainly on the guitar on which we play and setting the amp.

The sound is very pure, and faithfully reproduces the natural sound of the guitar, without filtering unpleasant or loss of dynamic attacks.

It is easy to deal with good effect, the knobs are sensitive and specific (only regret the absence of graduations on the pedal, which complicates the matter a bit to find its settings once on the other. ..)

Settings with very short delay we arrive at sound in "burst" that can be very interesting to think of a spring reverb on which tape, or a super fast tremolo, and more controllable, which makes it even better!

This pedal pushed to its end on distorted sounds a very versatile and reactive side that makes you want to kneel next to his amp and tweak his sounds live, becaufe manages to escape the howling sub-space to the amp by turning the p'tis buttons, and it is purely enjoyable! But watch your ears, because at bottom, the feedback frequency rises permanently it is necessary to manage not happen in the frequency of destructive eardrums

OVERALL OPINION

I've had two months and I am fully satisfied, it sounds thoroughly, as in a registry "clean" (reggae / dub, psychedelic 60's) only in styles much more noisy / hardcore

For the ridiculously low price, there's no photo, it's an investment safe and secure in case of disappointment. For something of this quality (a good analog delay costs on average between 100 and 150 €, and this one 40 to € 50) should not be deprived! I also think buy other effects of the range to complete my pedal-board ...
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Biyang AD-7 Analog DelayPublished on 09/24/08 at 12:28
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Analog delay effect, easy to use
no editing, just large knobs!
a power supply or 9V battery

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use
intuitive level settings!

SOUND QUALITY

The effects for me are as good as this,
it is a very average quality, which takes a little dull buzz in the low
damage and it's pretty hard to hide!
I use it with a guitar and a rhodes, the buzz continues!

OVERALL OPINION

The effects are not too bad
the analog side is more successful
but in the end, I do not feel no more delay with this!
It is not worth a big fat maxon effect or even boss.
I recently purchased on Ebay becaufe cheap, I will not repeat this choice, too much buzz
and a rather......
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Analog delay effect, easy to use
no editing, just large knobs!
a power supply or 9V battery

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use
intuitive level settings!

SOUND QUALITY

The effects for me are as good as this,
it is a very average quality, which takes a little dull buzz in the low
damage and it's pretty hard to hide!
I use it with a guitar and a rhodes, the buzz continues!

OVERALL OPINION

The effects are not too bad
the analog side is more successful
but in the end, I do not feel no more delay with this!
It is not worth a big fat maxon effect or even boss.
I recently purchased on Ebay becaufe cheap, I will not repeat this choice, too much buzz
and a rather average sound quality ---) quite disappointed!
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Biyang AD-7 Analog DelayPublished on 02/20/09 at 14:38
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
It's an analog delay pedal with three knob and a small switch.pas preset or memory

UTILIZATION

It's very simple and basique.les three knob are easy to adjust and are found immediately that the pedal in the ventre.pour me no manual in the box.

SOUND QUALITY

The effect is efficace.c 'simple.c is basic and is very distinctive and it is not a very versatile.cela delay delay sounds really old but with a dynamic "modern." Feedback has pushed back is a hell in all senses of the word ... who want to delay a clean pass his way and go to digital (much more precise and clean) we will be here Pais will kneel before the pedal and the grind feedback and peti switch (different division) for......
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It's an analog delay pedal with three knob and a small switch.pas preset or memory

UTILIZATION

It's very simple and basique.les three knob are easy to adjust and are found immediately that the pedal in the ventre.pour me no manual in the box.

SOUND QUALITY

The effect is efficace.c 'simple.c is basic and is very distinctive and it is not a very versatile.cela delay delay sounds really old but with a dynamic "modern." Feedback has pushed back is a hell in all senses of the word ... who want to delay a clean pass his way and go to digital (much more precise and clean) we will be here Pais will kneel before the pedal and the grind feedback and peti switch (different division) for sounds "space" and "captivating." feedback tends quickly from a spin and it can be annoying if you want a delay with feedback quite a soutenue.pour "normal" use this pedal will work better with a shorter feedback.
I use it with my guitar, but to mix it works on top a snare or a hi-hat (dub)

OVERALL OPINION

I possess mois.elle has already been a place next to the boss in the mix ... RE20
what I like most is this ability to find the loop with the feedback and it is "dirty" and saturated when the runaway feedbak ... what I like least is the speed at which the delay gets carried away when we want to use it "normally" ... to use with short to avoid any feedback buggery ear ...
I tried boss dd2 (held for 8 years and then sold ...); tc nova delay (sold almost as soon) Tech21 Boost DLA (the best in my eyes for now); Boss RE20 (not bad)
I also have a lexicon and an Ensoniq DP4 pcm41 but it is in the delay pedal format.
I find very good value for money because you pay the same quality vintage two to three times more at other brands ...
experience with this choice I would do without problems because the sound of this pedal is very typical
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Biyang AD-7 Analog DelayPublished on 03/13/09 at 04:29
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As mentioned previously, one analog delay pedal in, an out, a true bypass, a switch (600ms or 1000ms) and three knobs that turn ... onstage it takes me no more.

namely, these pedals are made to be powered by power bosses ... I tried with a transformer general, the result was somewhat surreal!

UTILIZATION

The general config is very simple ... even if you do not configure a delay, this pedal fool around 20 minutes and you'll understand!

there's no manual, but we do not care a bit (for what it seems!).

SOUND QUALITY

I love the sound: very dull. it delivers sound directly behind the coup plan and if you use it on an improvisation without any fluff it colors.

Like its cable......
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As mentioned previously, one analog delay pedal in, an out, a true bypass, a switch (600ms or 1000ms) and three knobs that turn ... onstage it takes me no more.

namely, these pedals are made to be powered by power bosses ... I tried with a transformer general, the result was somewhat surreal!

UTILIZATION

The general config is very simple ... even if you do not configure a delay, this pedal fool around 20 minutes and you'll understand!

there's no manual, but we do not care a bit (for what it seems!).

SOUND QUALITY

I love the sound: very dull. it delivers sound directly behind the coup plan and if you use it on an improvisation without any fluff it colors.

Like its cable buggery feedback when pushing to the bottom and I also like the fact that pitch when you change the speed of the delay while it is activated.

I use it on clarinet / bass clarinet

OVERALL OPINION

€ 50 for this??

Obviously I would do this election ... I'll try the other brand models.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Biyang
  • Model: AD-7 Analog Delay
  • Series: Tonefancier
  • Category: Delays/Echos/Phrase Samplers for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 06/19/2008

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