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HardWire Pedals DL-8 Delay Looper
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HardWire Pedals DL-8 Delay Looper

Delay/Echo/Phrase Sampler for Guitar from HardWire Pedals .

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Camillemille Camillemille
Publié le 02/21/10 à 02:53
There is a delay of at Digitech looking very strong,
Four-delay modes classic
A reverse-delay
A delay-typed slap slapback
Lo-fi a delay
An analog-delay
A delay-modulate
Looper-One
A delay-tap tempo
Access to the battery is simple, robust appearance and a small selector switch very useful as it serves to choose if you want the effect continues or not after the arrest of the delay (and thus choose between progressive or stop any more of répetiton after pressing the switch)
Don has this level is very full with enough work and have fun experimenting with new sounds.

UTILIZATION

The general use is simple, a looper clarity very good, a little short perhaps, but well, no audible drop in volume, it is also easily adjustable. The settings can not be simpler knobs with serrated very enjoyable. The number of possibilities is impressive is the view of the ease with which it is accessed. The manual is useful for the battery compartment (remove the footswitch is not clear without explanation, but once that is understood it is very simple and very well up yours).
Summarized in a simple and complete.

SOUND QUALITY

First, the delay "normal" pedal, personally I only use the short delay (0.5) and tap time because the others are too long for my taste. They are very clean and clear without being intrusive, there may be a delay has two repeats this very delay as a very cozy with a bit of a reverb effect or echo of the Cathedral really nice clean. Solos on the saturated delay is always clean, we peutavoir of delays for the very good or shred solos floydienne, or even for iron maiden has the rhythm.
The delay sounds really slapback slap in the style of Chet Atkins is really fun even though it has not necessarily useful, this delay is very short and very dirty, it is a little echo at the edges.
The lo fi analog delay are very good also sounds less clear than the conventional delay and more than the slap on solos like hovering in clear or clean.
The reverse delay is very experimental, I find it really out of control especially in the number of repetitions you get the impression that it is a bit random.
Modulate the delay is when it is not very convincing as not really useful, it's just a delay with a chorus, I still have not figured out how to use it.
The looper is really great to make small blues improvisation, it still retains the lossless sound, very easy to use, it's a shame he's a bit short.

OVERALL OPINION

This delay looper exudes quality in its entirety, even if the looper is sometimes a little short, look very solid, the knobs of good qualities it offers a wide range of different delays that are really doing their job.
Whether you are looking for a simple delay with a delay looper or comprehensive enough that it is really suited to everything, plus the sound very beautiful.
Defects are really rare, the looper a little short, the fact that there is no power supply.
This delay has everything one can expect to see even more.
If I had to redo this choice may hesitate a bit with the Akai HeadRush a looper that offers a little bit longer, but is more expensive and bulky, plus it does not offer the same simplicity DL8 that.

To summarize a delay of more complete in a standard format pedal very practical, very easy to use with good sound qualities.
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