The Vox DelayLab is a digital delay pedal that has effects on it. It is very affordable costing only 200 USD. It comes loaded with 10 classic song presets and they are really good though I do wish that it came with more presets than that. The stereo looper is 28 seconds which is just enough for me. As far as delay goes, I have not used many units that have a delay as good as it is on this DelayLab by Vox. You have to give this pedal a shot; it is affordable enough to take a chance with it.
I have used many old school tape delays, and I have always loved how well they sounded. Most of the newer pedals and gear that is coming out is now so much different than it used to be. The Vox DelayLab reminds me a lot of some of those old tape delays that I use to work with when I was back in Chicago. It is well made and built to last. It is great for live shows and studio use and it will last you a long time.
The only thing that I would change about it is I wish they had more presets on it, though I am not a big fan of using a bunch of presets from popular songs. But sometimes it is fun to go back and replicate the sound of some of my favorite songs of all time.
There is no set up process involved, it is much better than any digital unit that is for delay. This will make you want to stop using digital stuff all together. I would purchase the DelayLab again if I had to. I am very happy with it and don’t have anything negative to say about it. It is just that good and I recommend trying it out!
We are therefore in the total delay from vintage to ultra modern possibilities
memorization of very simple, it is a digital pedal, but to my ears it sounds really good I have used only single so far and I am conquered, yet it seems that you gives its range once connect stereo.
I rediscovered the sound of my guitar (fender strat gretsch 5422 and "Classic 60")
does not distort the sound at all of my guitars I would say that on certain retail games it allows a clearer appreciation and sticks better to the sound of our idols on vinyl or CD.
can waste most of the innumerable delay that gives this pedal, 90% of that is usable in any style of music.
audio connectors and not editable (it does not need to for me) it fits very well in a rack, personally it is placed at the end of the loop.
Honestly it is better to read and reread the manual if you're not used to this kind of machine, certain parameter can be used to if you read this, once this is done, c ' is butter, played with for two or three hours to make and 70% of the work, the rest is working on instinct, editing is the easiest, the focus adjustment is very fine and the slightest change in the pots of the parameter setting changes a lot, fortunately, VOX provided an opportunity to further adjustment commands with "fine" that can adjust to your taste with lots of details.
I do not know what we can expect more of a delay pedal I am in my fourth and not least, it is the most realistic, complete, it sounds right.
my strat n'à nothing Perdut his little flute sound, my gretsch is still toned and palmut sound more pleasing to the ear, you can do anything in the matter of delay, need I say more.
The appearance is the strongest of all steel, it weighs 1.5 kg and a robust appearance can undoubtedly resist in time, I love the vintage side but make no mistake the coolest effects part of its range.
It's true some small embellishments are part of it but what brand does not permit .....
Here are some weeks that I use and I do pourais do without, as I said previously this is my fourth delay pedal, I love it for the fact that we can take each different delay in the case of these pedals sometimes a little can have poor records in the case of the presence of a delaylab control "fine" best fit our desires without entering into delirium.
It is true that it is a investisement by the present time, not always easy
decide whether or not, personally I do not regret my purchase especially since before I knew already bought the small box.
The price is reasonable delay seen other much worse.
My advice if I can afford it, try it with delaylab on some classic Hank Marvin shadows and you tell me the news.