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Modtone MT-AD Analog Delay
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Modtone MT-AD Analog Delay

Delay/Echo/Phrase Sampler for Guitar from Modtone belonging to the Pro series.

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heads on fireheads on fire

Good delay for the price.

Modtone MT-AD Analog DelayPublished on 12/27/11 at 09:57
Specifications: ModTone MT-AD Vintage Analog Delay
Exclusive analog circuitry coupled with a PT-2399 processing chip (hybrid construction)
True bypass pedal
Goes from quick slapback to long repeats
Durable metal housing
Stomp switch
Quarter inch input and output jack
Time, mix, and repeat knobs

UTILIZATION

This delay is pretty no frills, so it is simple to set up and easy to get a good tone out of. My approach to getting the desired delay sound is to set the time first, then the level (mix), then the number of repeats. Since the housing and switch are made of high-quality metals, I am not worried about any durability issues. I try to have more than one delay in my setup at all times,......
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Specifications: ModTone MT-AD Vintage Analog Delay
Exclusive analog circuitry coupled with a PT-2399 processing chip (hybrid construction)
True bypass pedal
Goes from quick slapback to long repeats
Durable metal housing
Stomp switch
Quarter inch input and output jack
Time, mix, and repeat knobs

UTILIZATION

This delay is pretty no frills, so it is simple to set up and easy to get a good tone out of. My approach to getting the desired delay sound is to set the time first, then the level (mix), then the number of repeats. Since the housing and switch are made of high-quality metals, I am not worried about any durability issues. I try to have more than one delay in my setup at all times, so I wouldn't be worried about this failing, but I doubt it would even without a backup. It hasn't failed me yet!

SOUND QUALITY

The tones of this are reminiscent of the MXR Carbon Copy delay - warm, clear analog sounds. It works like good old-school bucket brigade delays, only without as much breakup on the repeats. There is a good cutting character to the repeats, yet with some simple taming of the controls, one can make the delay tone blend in for good ambient passages. This is a good overall delay, from slapback to searing lead solos, and almost anything in between.

OVERALL OPINION

For less than the price of the MXR Carbon Copy, this delay can give most of the same satisfaction. The Modtone brand isn't a household name yet, but with good quality affordable products like this one, Modtone is sure to become more well-known. A delay tone is a personal thing, but I'd recommend any guitarist try this box out. This is a very good unit in bang-for-your-buck terms!
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Modtone MT-AD Analog DelayPublished on 01/14/10 at 09:18
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
mtallique potentiomtres stompbox with 3, one between an output. CASC 9v battery is in dvissant the 4 screws of the back plate, there is an entry for the 9V power supply. The pedal is not truebypass, but it does not color the sound when the effect is off. She looks very solid, the top is nice deco.

UTILIZATION

use is simple: a knob for the delay time (up to 400ms), a pottery for repetition, a knob between the mix signal and the delay. in the box, the manual offers rglages slapback and for the long delay. is very effective.

SOUND QUALITY

very pleasant this little pedal, the slapcack effect that the session can loop Plutt kind cho, there is a very nice range of possibilities......
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mtallique potentiomtres stompbox with 3, one between an output. CASC 9v battery is in dvissant the 4 screws of the back plate, there is an entry for the 9V power supply. The pedal is not truebypass, but it does not color the sound when the effect is off. She looks very solid, the top is nice deco.

UTILIZATION

use is simple: a knob for the delay time (up to 400ms), a pottery for repetition, a knob between the mix signal and the delay. in the box, the manual offers rglages slapback and for the long delay. is very effective.

SOUND QUALITY

very pleasant this little pedal, the slapcack effect that the session can loop Plutt kind cho, there is a very nice range of possibilities rglages. has or does not ring mtallique synthtique. I use guitars with single corner, not yet tried with humbuckers.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had it a month, I am not tired. I use a lot the rglage slapback and I am pleased ddoubler bigger and the sound of my guitar. that happiness, I promise, if I train, I Rasht the same pedal.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Modtone
  • Model: MT-AD Analog Delay
  • Series: Pro
  • Category: Delays/Echos/Phrase Samplers for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 05/24/2009

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