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Malekko Ekko 616 Analog Delay Effect Pedal


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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 10 x 8 inches ; 9.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0036LA8I4
  • Item model number: 616
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,222 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 31, 2010

Product Description

The Malekko Ekko 616 is the newest offering from Texas based Malekko Heavy Industry. Having already mastered high quality analog delay pedals, Malekko is now offering guitarists a wallet friendly analog delay pedal that will astound even the keenest of cork sniffing tone snobs with its high quality delay and modulation.


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Great options and feature.
Sean Whinnery
Tweaking it as far as I can to get the longest amount of regen time without feedback, I'm getting about 3 - 3.5 measures of useful dotted-eighth note Regen time.
M. Chen
That Said, I have and Love my MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay.
Scott A. Krueger

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scott A. Krueger on September 20, 2013
I don't agree at all with the Guy who gave it 1 Star Cause the Delays are "Harsh" as he put it.
Which is fine that is his opinion and everyone has different Tastes.
That Said, I have and Love my MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay.
But this is a different style/sound. I am actually using Both Delays for Different Things.
The Mod on this I found was only good to my Taste with both of them Dialed all the way down.
There is a Switch to Select T/B (True Bypass or Buffered)
The bypass circuit is only active when the effect is off. Choosing buffered will light the LED; true is LED off.
I have this and the MXR Carbon Copy in my Serial FX Loop of my Diezel D-Moll Tube Amp.

It almost seems to have a "Ducker" Mode, where you will not hear the Echos until you stop with Mix Low.
This works really well for one of my Originals where the Band would stop and my Echos would Count off 1,2,3,4 and we would come back in. While these Echos are pretty loud, they do not interfere with What I am playing, which is why if seems as though there is a Ducker active.
The Delays are "Gritty" or Harsh as another Reviewer put it, but I love the Sound, it sounds awesome to me.
I bought this at Guitar Center, I could not decide on the MXR EVH90 or the MXR Block 90 so I was there to A/B those and to get the TC Flashback for my Secondary Delay. I ended up not being 100% satisfied with either Phase so I held of on that, but I was talking to the Guy about going mostly Analog and getting the Flashback. When I A/Bd the Flashback to this Pedal and the Carbon Copy, I thought the Flashback was too Clean and Sterile, I guess I am one of those True Analog at Heart, because both Phasers and the TC Flashback stayed at Guitar Center and this Pedal Came Home with me. Now... to just find the right Phaser... MXR100, MXR107, or maybe Electo-Harmonix...
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This is my first delay pedal, and I really enjoy using it for some dotted-eighth note repeats so I can pretend I'm a guitarist living in the 80s.

What I love is the sensitivity of the Time knob. There's quite a large range on it and you can get from slapback delay when turning the knob all the way to the left, while you can get really sloooow delay when turning it all the way to the right. Mix and Regen are self explanatory (how loud vs how many repeats). Watch out on the Regen because if Mix is all the way up, turning Regen more than halfway will cause the repeats to loop into themselves and cause delay feedback, which is a really high-pitched, chirpy sound over time. While it's fun to put the guitar aside and simply play with the knobs to manipulate the feedback (I like synths as well, so tweaking knobs for weird sounds is really fun for me), the chirpy sound isn't super useful for most things I want to do with guitar. Tweaking it as far as I can to get the longest amount of regen time without feedback, I'm getting about 3 - 3.5 measures of useful dotted-eighth note Regen time. This is juuuust about good enough... but getting 4-4.5 measures would truly be ideal.

I have a guitarist friend who's had more experience with delay pedals (and he owns an MXR Carbon Copy) who says that the limited number of Regen time is just simply a trait of BBD analog delays, and that there's no shame in owning a digital simultaneously to cover a different use-case while the analog pedal is there to provide that beautiful repeat signal degradation.

Speaking of signal degradation, I absolutely looove how each repeat gets a bit noisier and muffled and quieter (assuming Regen isn't set too high).
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By Sean Whinnery on February 1, 2013
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Great options and feature. Doesn't color our sound unless you really crank the knobs.

Not a ton of room for the battery- it was a little tough not pinching the wires.
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By Al Watsky on June 10, 2012
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Malekko makes great sounding compact pedals.
Excellent sounding , simple to operate, small foot print .
I love these guys.
Luscious and somehow personal sounding audio effects.
These people have great ears !
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