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Electro-Harmonix Stereo Memory Man with Hazarai Delay Looper Pedal
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- Controls: Blend, Decay, Filter, Repeats, Delay, Hazarai.
- Tap/Record Footswitch.
- DC power input for battery replacement.24DC-100 power supply included
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I guess you could see this as a list of the pedals "pros." Thus far I've tested in out for only 2 hours or so, but it's lived up to my expectations. It actually has way more functionality than I wanted, but I'm looking forward to exploring and creating new sounds. For about two hundred, this is a great deal.
There are a few "cons" and they are: (1) It takes a while to learn how to use. The manual is _essential_ here. Right off the bat it tells you how to get a simple delay. I demo'd it in the store (Guitar Center) and I couldn't figure out how to get it to work. It was creating all sorts of crazy loops and I couldn't even shut the loops off! It was totally going crazy! So, if you don't know what you're doing, you shouldn't mess with this pedal. Fortunately, the manual looks very clear and although long (10 pages or more?) I think after I read through all of it I'll be clear on things. Actually, the fact that the pedal was going crazy when I demo'd it was cool, because now I know I can do all that crazy stuff (not that I'd really use that in a gig).Read more ›
YES - all in all beautiful effects from Electro-Harmonics as usual.
So why my low rating - well unfortunately it alters the basic tone of the guitar, which becomes slightly thinner with less definition and that is a bummer, if you love the tone of your guitar. You can test it by turning down all effects on the unit and check the sound before and after you plug in to the unit. Also when they do make an option for creating loops - and even though this isn't a loop pedal per se - then still at least it should be usable ... unfortunately the loop playback is loud enough - and it is not possible to turn it up.
So yes - it would undoubtedly had been 5 stars from here - but sadly now only a miserable 3 stars.
If you can't find at least 10 rad and completely different delays in this thing, maybe you just hate delay.
The more time I spend tweaking this pedal, the more stoked I get. It took me a while to even scratch the surface. One particularly AWESOME feature is the filter knob, which is neutral at the 12 o clock position but then becomes either a high or low pass filter depending on which way you turn it. How rad is that. I would cheerfully pay $199999999USD for a wah-type pedal with that same functionality.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A little tricky to learn. One of the jacks is slightly loose. Overall I like it.Published 1 month ago by Alfredo Perez
An absolute joy to use. Watching the videos while the Memory Man shipped gave me a good, solid basis for how it's used. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Dan Stafford
I've had the Stereo Memory Man for a couple months now, and I'm still getting new and amazing tones out of it. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Dako
I love EH pedals. They really do a good job of doing their own thing. I don't care that this isn't an analog delay, it still sounds great, and it just has so many options. Read morePublished on July 9, 2013 by AF
the product is an excellent delay looper machine and can be used not only with guitars also keyboards and drum machines to get great effects. Read morePublished on May 19, 2012 by Rodolfo
Electro Harmonix products have long been considered to be not only built like a tank, but the best-sounding, COOLEST pedals out there. This one is no exception. And KNOBS to twist! Read morePublished on June 26, 2011 by voyager
I tried using this for reggae/dub guitar - it produces a nice echo but the bypass switch cuts out (stops) the effect very suddenly not allowing it to naturally fade out. Read morePublished on April 8, 2011 by Jim Francis