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Biyang Analog Delay Pedal, AD-10 Baby Boom Time Machine Guitar Delay Pedal True Bypass (AD-10)
- √ All metal Steel enclosure guitar delay pedal ( no plastic !),Space saving design for pedalboards,compact and powerful.
- √ This Delay Pedal with Blend, Time & Repeat controls. Up to1,100ms
- √ Quality parts and construction throughout.
- √ True Bypass construction and rugged stomp switch
- √ AD-10 analog delay pedal Uses high quality parts such as German WIMA audio capacitance, high precision resistance, etc...for clear signal transaction
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Biyang is back with a great new lineup called the "baby booms". Smaller casings than their tone fancier line and pack a powerful punch. This new baby boom SERIES are simply great for pedal boards as they are both space saving and powerful. Measuring 2 1/4" Across and 4 1/2 " tall, these will fit nicely on any pedal board offering more tone with less space.
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Some have described this as a Big Muff clone, and from a circuit standpoint, I don't know how true that is. But from a tonal standpoint, not true at all. It's not nearly as creamy as a Big Muff, the filtering frequencies are very different, with a Big Muff being much more scooped. It's much more of a cross between a fuzz and ProCo Rat, it has the sustain of a fuzz, but the complexity and and attack of a Rat. The reason it's been on my pedal board for so long is because it sounds huge. I play a lot of covers, and there are a lot of arena rock songs that simply require a big, full sound, and this pedal does it.
People who say it sounds cheap should know that tone and price and not comparable concepts. A sound is a sound. I suspect that people are looking for one thing and disappointed to receive another, but if you buy this pedal knowing that you're getting a distinct tone unlike than of a Big Muff, you will be highly satisfied.
I have now had this reverb for I think maybe around a year, and I still feel it is totally fantastic. Unlike some reviewers, I do not like the pedal's appearance. Luckily, the pedal is cheap, so I had no reservations painting it (a special color called silver-black). I also swapped out the cream colored knobs for some clear ones, and I added a clear Mooer Shroom button cap. The LED is so bright that these things clear parts do not even have to have a light under them for the LED to make the knobs have a little glow from the audience perspective.
I have heard a lot of people grouching or commenting on the tone switch. I don't know why people are confused. That switch is there so that you have the option of still having some wetness in your signal when the knobs are turned to zero (setting A). For me, I switch to setting B when I'm using a smaller room reverb, and A when I want to wash away my sound in the maximum amount of reverb. Since I use this on a Moog with a broad tone range, I utilize the full spectrum of this pedal's settings, except the spring reverb, which ironically seems to be this pedal's most popular feature for guitarists. I think at my gig this weekend I'm going dive into that setting.
I would like to hear more people compare this to it's competitors, because I have to admit this is the only guitar reverb pedal I have ever used. I hace a vocal reverb by TC Helicon which is OK but very cold and digital sounding compared to this.
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It's not really a full-on fuzz though, more of a legitimate overdrive, which at first was a bit of a disappointment since I was hoping for some fairly "nasty" effected sounds. Then I started exploring the ranges of the controls and like it for what it actually is. There are plenty of Youtube reviews demonstrating the typical sounds from it, and "in the flesh" it's even better. The three chips that you can insert (very carefully) into a socket beneath the upper screw-retained cover on the base of the unit all sound quite subtly different, maybe a bit too subtly for some. I was certainly hard-pressed to spot differences between them, although they were there. In the end I used the one it comes fitted with (JRC) and I think I'll stick with it for reasons even I can't fathom out!
One good touch on the controls is a three way toggle switch that moves between TS/Bright/Warm, and this really does pull different things out of different guitars. For example with a semi-acoustic such as my Ibanez AS-100 the bright setting really brought forward a whole new voice from the guitar (and it'd probably do the same for a Gibson/Epiphone 335, for example.
Overall the Biyang OD8 looks like a budget pedal with its plain mirror-finish enclosure and chickenhead controls of yesteryear, but it punches far above its weight for a price far below what you'd pay for an equivalent featured pedal. While it can use a battery for power, I chose to use a Truetone 1-spot daisychain and this did the job just fine thanks to the pedal's standard polarity.
I felt that I had to mark it down for versatility and sturdiness simply because the need to change the chips if you want some fundamental shift in sounds does introduce an element of risk in using the pedal to its fullest. I'd have preferred to see something like a DIP switch on the outside of the case (or even under that cover if necessary) with the chips wired into three circuits you can switch between. Better still, perhaps another 3-pole switch on the top cover for growl/bite/smooth!
It has been around for a few years and perhaps Biyang will update it. Even if they don't, it's a really appealing pedal that the low price makes irresistable. It's not a boutique pedal by any means (and I have a few for comparison, hello Strymon, hello Empress) but it's all heart.
It also comes with 2 spare chips to replace the existing one which gives 2 other types of gain effects. I've not swopped the chip yet but going by the YouTube review, the changes are not extreme. I've had this pedal for just a few days now and I'm extremely impressed by it. It looks like it's going to be used constantly and I would highly recommend this pedal.
I own several reverbs, including Lexicon and Electro-Harmonix. The Lexicons are brilliant, but they're better at more complex treatments and aren't transparent enough for those small dabs of reverb that are all important sometimes. Having bought the Biyang I was able to sell the more expensive EH Cathedral reverb, which isn't as good on clear reverb and doesn't equal my two Lexicon models on more complex treatments.
Whoever designed this Biyang reverb got it just right. And at the price, it's simply superb.
Amazingly powerful with full colour of tone. Gives plenty of edge, has sustain by the bucket without having to fully ramp up the overdrive, the bright setting allows you to dial in some edge when using a more muddy sound. In short with just a few controls it is massively versatile. In my first session I found once set to my taste I could use pickup combinations to obtain a widely ranging sounds. Oh and yes it does do the SRV thang from clear defined top end solos to "Mary had a little Lamb" low string picking. Bar far the best pedal I have ever bought and at a very reasonable price.
Physical details: I have seen previous complaints about ultra bright (and large!) LED making it hard to see on a dark stage, on my model this has been changed to a more standard size LED which is still green but presents no glare issues. I haven't seen the need to try out the other two chips supplied, too happy with the TS808 in place, how ever it's worth saying that there is plenty of room inside the door provided for chip access to store the other chips inside a little sponge or foam protection.
Buy it. you won't be disappointed, I have used a Marshall Shredmaster pedal for decades it will now go on Ebay as there is just no comparison.