Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man
The original Deluxe Memory Man was introduced in 1978, and now Electro-Harmonix announces their "new" Deluxe Memory Man in a die-cast enclosure.
The company says the same components are used in order to maintain the analog sound, with the same performance qualities.
The original Deluxe Memory Man will still be available for a limited time. Musicians in the US and UK can now choose to get the new Deluxe Memory Man, or opt to get the classic. Musicians in the EU can now choose to get the classic original (as right now they only get the die-cast)
- Ssame bucket brigade components and circuit design as the original.
- 550 mS of superior analog echo/delay.
- Silky chorusing modulation
- Sweet analog vibrato
- Individual delay and dry outputs
- Pedal board friendly, rugged die-cast enclosure
- Comes with our 24 DC-100 power supply
- True Bypass
Visit www.ehx.com for more info.
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