Build Your Own Clone Digital Delay
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Build Your Own Clone Digital Delay

Digital Delay, Delay/Eco/Sampler de frase para Guitarra from Build Your Own Clone.

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Hatsubai 20/03/2011

Build Your Own Clone Digital Delay : la opinión de Hatsubai (content in English)

"Versatile Digital Delay"
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There might have been a few revisions of the BYOC Digital Delay, but I personally don't remember them. The one I have is the latest model that includes the ping pong feature. This digital delay features an analog sound and 800ms of total delay in echo mode or 400ms of total delay in ping pong mode. It utilizes PT2399 chips which are the pinnacle of boutique digital delays. As with every BYOC pedal, this pedal is completely true bypass.

UTILIZATION

BYOC did a great job at laying everything out here. Although it's a bit cramped inside the 125B enclosure, they did a wonderful job with the instructions in terms of where every part goes and in what order. You won't have to worry about the PCB wobbling when trying to assemble this as there's a specific order as to where everything goes. The pedals are crazy reliable and should be able to withstand even the roughest abuse from musicians out there. If something were to go wrong, there's a helpful forum that you can go to. They should be able to sort out any problems that may arise.

SOUND QUALITY

The digital delay actually has two features. The main one that most people will be using is the echo mode. This is your regular digital delay but with some analog warmth. With the two PT2399 chips, it allows about 800ms of total delay. This is perfect for any long, 80s soaked delay runs. The other mode is the ping pong mode. This pedal allows you complete control over both the ping and pong aspects of the delay, so you can shape the delay in whichever way you want.

OVERALL OPINION

Those looking for a good digital delay pedal that sounds analog and is packed full of features, you should really check this out. It's not too hard to put together, so the build should be suited for the upper beginner. If something does happen to go wrong with this, the people on the BYOC forum would be more than willing to help you fix any issue that might occur.