Vox DelayLab Ultimate Delay Effects Pedal
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- 3 types of delay ranging from vintage delay effects such as analog BBD devices and tape echo
- Numerous original types such as Dual Delay and Distortion Delay offer new expressive power
- Stereo Looping can capture up to 28 seconds; multiple variations and types
- Combine Loop and Delay effects simultaneously for exciting performances
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DelayLab Ultimate Delay Effects Pedal The ultimate delay effect, with a vast array of features and abilities. View larger The VOX DelayLab features 30 types of delay efforts including delays from every era-analog, tape, reverse, ambient delays, plus numerous original and up-to-date delay types. In addition you can edit and rewrite the 30 preset programs to your taste and save them for future use. The DelayLab also provides extensive looper capabilities offering 28 seconds of memory and infinite overdubbing capabilities. The Sync Mode allows poly-rhythmic effects to be created quickly and easily. The VOX DelayLab features stereo ins and outs, 24-bit /48 kHz, audio processing, Seamless Bypass and Seamless Program Change. All parameters can be controlled using an optional expression pedal. Practical and original delay effects to inspire any guitarist Create complex delay effect sounds intuitively and with ease From Vintage to Mainstays and Beyond Over the years, numerous delay effects have come along; tape echoes, analog delays, digital delays, etc. Each has varied by type, manufacturer, and internal structure. From the distinctive distortion and warmth of tape, the unique tonal change produced by an analog BBD (Bucket Brigade Device) circuit, to the lo-fi sound typical of low-resolution digital circuitry, the DelayLab delivers perfect models for a carefully selected set of historically significant delay units that have fascinated guitarists through the years. There are also numerous special types of effects such as pitch change, panning, and reverse. Parameters not found on the original models are also provided, offering unique expressive possibilities that go beyond simply modeling the classic units of the past. Delay Innovations The DelayLab also contains numerous practical and original delay effects that will inspire any guitarist. Dual Delay makes effective use of two delays; Distortion Delay adds distortion to only the delayed sound; Reverse Delay can adjust the
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The ability to create your own patches and store them is perfect.
I've had this for about a month now and I'm still getting used to using it, and all the different delays and the 'feel' for using them to their utmost -- as there are so many different types of delay, all of which can be customized to your liking.
The looper feature is also quite cool as is the ability to modify parameters with an expression pedal.
If you're looking for a high-quality delay pedal to achieve a myriad of different effects, this is the product for you.
There is a bit of a learning curve, but the instructions are pretty detailed and let you know how to program your settings in a short while, and there are good vids on YouTube to help you as well -- the experimentation is up to you.
This is a monster of a pedal, so make sure you have room on your board for it -- but no worries with build quality, it's a giant chunk of metal that I don't see getting damaged easily.
The footswitches are silent, the display is bright and the controls are easy to understand once you've read the directions.
This should satisfy any delay pedal needs you may have, as it's quite versatile and limitless with delay possibilities.
Ranging from digital delay to filtered echo this pedal doesn't dissapoint. The quality of sound that is produced is excellent! The build quality of the box is robust and will take a beating. The led lights are bright and lcd screen is easy to see.
If you are looking to upgrade your delay pedal and you're not made of money... this is a definite contender!
Having owned the Boss DD-20, an EH Memory Man, TC Electronic Nova Delay, a Line 6, and a Strymon Timeline (currently) I've gone through a few delay pedals.
I'm comparing this pedal against these others as it seems pretty pointless to review things without providing a frame of reference (helps minimize the subjectivity I suppose).
I bought the DelayLab on a whim b/c the styling looked pretty cool and it appeared to have a wide array of delays without the sometimes tediousness of having to dial everything in. I'd say the tones are on-par with the DD-20 although they felt a little less digital and a little warmer. You also have far more features than the DD-20. The DD-20's screen is better as it is brighter and always gives you the basic information you need (note, tempo, etc.). I'd have given the DelayLab 5 stars had their screen been twice as long and gave you readouts of the main parameters while also displaying (simultaneously) the information of the knob you were currently dialing.
I believe these delays sound as good as the Nova Delay although again, the functionality of that delay was faster and better. The DelayLab, however, still gives you more sounds albeit less flexibility within each sound.
The Memory Man is a one-trick pony to me as each setting sounding pretty similar to me. The DelayLab maybe sounds a little less rich (marginally so) but I'd trade that for the options you get instead.
The Strymon is superior. The tones are richer, more detailed, and you have FAR greater flexibility to dial things in. Granted, it costs way more and requires thorough review of the manual and a solid 20 hours to really get it going.
After the Strymon, this would be my second delay of choice.