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Electro-Harmonix Memory Toy
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Electro-Harmonix Memory Toy
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tom44 tom44
Publié le 11/27/09 à 12:16
Analog delay with 3 buttons for setting the feedback, blend and delay
Up to 550m time
Mini Switch for option MOD
9V DC connector
Bypass OK
Switch box and solid (Brief EHX!)

UTILIZATION

Very easy.
The settings are easily accessible and variations of effects are very sensitive and loud.

SOUND QUALITY

The Nano series is really deliver.
The memory Toy filled his role perfectly.
The sound of the delay is warm and deep, no coloration of sound. We can note a slight increase in the sound but it's still very acceptable.
It's really a simple but effective delay to a more competitive pricing (about 60 €)

on the other hand option MOD (seeming chorus) is a gadget that pleases or does not like ...

OVERALL OPINION

Bought 2 months ago, I would do this without buying any hesitation.
I think this series will address the amateur guitarists who want to play with quality effects without breaking the bank too.
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