Delay pedals are used by a lot of guitar players ranging from the most diverse styles of music, but if there's a genre that really exploits the benefits (and misuses) of delay effects it must be Worship music. I know a lot of people don't like to label contemporary Worship music as a genre, but … Continue reading Delay Pedals for Worship: What you really need.
There are many incredible guitar players. Some of them can play a whole bunch of notes within seconds and are able to create the most impressive and skillful guitar experience. They are masters of the fretboard; scales all over the guitar neck just feel like second nature for most of them. Nonetheless, there is another … Continue reading These Two Players Shaped The Way We Use Delay. One Is Very Famous, The Other Not So Much…
The delay pedal realm has never been more fantastic, because there are so many different types of units to choose from! But that might also produce some sort of confusion to the newcomer at the time of finally picking a delay box. Lo-fi delay pedals might probably be the new kids on the block on … Continue reading What Is Lo-Fi Delay?
What if you just want to start experiment with delay pedals, but you're not willing to spend a lot of money? Delay units are great, but a new stomp box can easily go beyond the 120 U$ range. I've been there, I wanted to have a delay that could mimic the Boss DD-5; so I … Continue reading Affordable Echoes: 5 Great Delay Pedals under 100 $
I remember the first time I was trying to get a proper delay time subdivision for a song we had to play at church. Back then I had borrowed a Digitech RP 55 and I was excited because it had the possibility to adjust the delay time according to the milliseconds; in those days I … Continue reading How to Calculate Delay Times (Part 2)
This is going to be a very interesting post. I'm pretty sure not a lot of people actually understand what's going on with delay times; I have to admit I was one of them. The reality is that having a strong notion about how to calculate delay times and how you can apply that to … Continue reading How To Calculate Delay Times (Part 1)
Having one delay pedal can satisfy pretty much most users, but your sonic boundaries can really expand if you have more than one delay unit on your board. If you learn to combine the two of them, your sound pallet suddenly get new colors and former simple, gray arrangements can come into new life. On … Continue reading How To Combine Two Delay Pedals