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MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay Pedal:
The MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay features a completely analog audio path for the ultimate in rich, warm delay—made possible only by old-school bucket brigade technology. This design boasts an amazing 600ms of delay time with optional modulation via a top-mounted switch and a simple, three-knob layout that controls Delay time, Mix (dry/wet blend), and Regen (delay repeats)—all in a pedal no bigger than a Phase 90. In addition, two internal trim pots offer user-adjustable width and rate control of the modulation for even more tonal options. The Carbon Copy will take you from crisp “bathroom” slap echoes to epic, Gilmour-esque delays with a twist of a knob. True hardwire bypass, single 9-volt operation (can run on either a 9v battery or a standard 9v negative-tip adapter), and stage-ready blue LEDs round out the package. Available only from Dunlop Manufacturing, the world’s leader in analog pedal technology.
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REVIEWS & USER COMMENTS:
HARMONY CENTRAL USER REVIEW 7/7/2009:
"Sounds amazing, it is one of the best sounding delays i've ever heard, (I currently have a dd-5 w/tap tempo, eventide timefactor, and rv-3, just so you know where i'm coming from)."
HARMONY CENTRAL USER REVIEW 2/3/2009:
"I run a crybaby into the carbon copy, then into a fender hot rod deluxe. If you want that bright, cheesy 80's digital delay tone, you're out of luck here. This pedal isn't going to make you sound like anything you're not, it's just too good for that. All i wanted was my notes repeated as many times as i please, just the way they sounded when i hit em' the first time, and i got it. You can get those spacey gilmourish tones from this thing if you know how to use it though, and the modulation is great for sensual rhythm playing. Plus, the crazy sounds you can make with this thing are truly straight from the quasars of deep space! Think tape echo, just like a cycle of repeats going round and round. that's what this pedal's all about. The delay can get pretty wet and can fatten your tone for sure, but for the most part, you'll find the effect to be pleasantly subtle and not overbearing. I've played every digital/reverse/upside-down/ass-backwards delay ever made, and for me nothing is more genuine, organic, and just plain REAL sounding than these three knobs. Do music a favor and take one of these over a digital..PLEASE!"
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