It's all about tone, baby. That one on the left is Full Of Techno, too.
"The Stereo Memory Man," Matthews says, "is digital, but it really has a wonderful warm analog sound. That's not hype," Matthews adds, "That's the truth."
It is kind of its own thing. It really has no "sound" at all, to speak of. It spits out what you put in it, over and over again. The reverb part was a foolish addition if you ask me.
That said, it is a good digital delay pedal, with plenty of features; I really like the filter knob, and it loops like a champ. It is, in my considered opinion, well worth the money. But if you want a Deluxe, go buy one. Don't think you're gonna get a Deluxe with presets and looping if you get this pedal. It's a very different animal.
Did you run into any problems building your Rangemaster? I built one up a few months ago using an PNP germanium transistor. Using it with the power supply that feeds my other pedals wreaks all sorts of havoc ? which makes sense, since it is feeding voltage onto the ground wire of the other pedals.
I built it into a box with two other pedals, so I haven?t gotten round to fixing it yet, but I?m wondering if you went the NPN route with yours or if you reversed the circuit to make it negative ground using a PNP (which I?ve read you can do).
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