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Vesta Fire DDX Digital DelayPublished on 12/25/05 at 11:17
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The delay is set on three parameters
- Duration (ms) - see below
- Mix (volume)
- Feedback (number of repetitions / decrescendo)

The adjustment period is divided two parameters
- Size ("n milliseconds", n ranging from a few ms to half a second)
- Multiple, ranging from 0.5 to 2
Duration is the multiplication of these two parameters

There is what is needed for this product line.
I would appreciate a tap tempo control for (an input jack to connect a button at the bottom for example), but it is a problem of product line rather than functionality.

His case is excellent. Very sturdy metal, it is cable on the back, so Electro Harmonix, and not the sides, so Boss. I find...…
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The delay is set on three parameters
- Duration (ms) - see below
- Mix (volume)
- Feedback (number of repetitions / decrescendo)

The adjustment period is divided two parameters
- Size ("n milliseconds", n ranging from a few ms to half a second)
- Multiple, ranging from 0.5 to 2
Duration is the multiplication of these two parameters

There is what is needed for this product line.
I would appreciate a tap tempo control for (an input jack to connect a button at the bottom for example), but it is a problem of product line rather than functionality.

His case is excellent. Very sturdy metal, it is cable on the back, so Electro Harmonix, and not the sides, so Boss. I find it much more convenient. The power supply is compatible Boss 9v, which is also a plus.

UTILIZATION

The setting is very simple. Once we know what kind of delay you want, you come to get it in minutes.

Nice, but used sparingly, the change in setting during operation can produce interesting effects. Specifically, the class setting.

Note: the switch is made at the time of sunrise walk, and not at the time of support. I would have preferred the opposite, but you get done.

SOUND QUALITY

The delay is effective, rather pretty, and sounds "natural".

on the other hand - and it's really Dommange considering the quality of delay - sometimes the circuitry emits noise during silences. We hear the amp really is annoying sometimes in concert.

I have always used this pedal on power supply (a PowerBank 5 outputs), so I do not know whether these parasites would be as strong tails. For cons, I have tried other delays that do not have this problem, even with this power supply.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this delay for a year and a half, and find it very nice for this price range (ordered in time 'new state' in England, about £ 30).

Her big "plus" are the natural side of his sound, the robustness and practicality of the case. If there was this problem of noise, I would put a reference to 'excellent'.
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  • Manufacturer: Vesta Fire
  • Model: DDX Digital Delay
  • Category: Delays/Echos/Phrase Samplers for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 12/24/2005

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