The tape, analog, and mod delay modes really stood out to me. The analog mode has a great warm and dark tone to it. The tape mode has a nice slight warble, giving good depth and character without sounding digital. The mod mode has a subtle chorus - most ‘mod’ delays tend to be too much modulation for me, but I feel like this one is just right.
After sitting with the pedal for just a few minutes, I was able to find some really unique settings that I wasn’t expecting to get from this pedal. My favorite setting outside of the typical delay pedal function is using the reverse mode with the time all the way down, feedback up high, then changing the mix based on application (see 3:14 of my demo video). This allows for a very cool tremolo/reverb.
Overall, this pedal really surprised me in the best way. I wasn’t expecting much from it, but it may have just earned a spot on my pedal board next to my much more expensive full-featured tap-tempo delay, due to the versatility of the 7 different modes.
Versatility of 7 modes
Fun spaceship noises 🚀
No tap tempo (not expected at this price range)
Switch can be tough to press