Check this out. Jim Dunlop have released video (see below) of what is likely to be a very sought after pedal, the Way Huge Echo-Puss Analog Delay. It's yet another classy video from Jim Dunlop, and even from the sound of Youtube compressed audio this pedal sounds quite special.
With analog delay you always get something with a lot of character, you've just got to make sure it's the right character. The designer of the Way Huge Echo-Puss designed the pedal so that it would be rock and roll delay, with a nice bit of natural throatiness, but it's also aimed at those who know what they want and know how to get it.
The front panel gives you six controls: Delay; feedback; depth; speed; time; and blend. There is a tweakable LFO mod circuit for messing with the tone of the delay feedback, all this essentially adds up to a little pedal unit which is actually pretty flexible.
"This pedal is for anyone who wants pure analog delay with some extra control over the sound of the delay signal," said designer Jeorge Tripps.
"Classic rock, '80s rock, metal—you have enough control over of this pedal to dial up a sound that will fit with your playing style."
We like the sound of that, and we like the sound of the video, it really does seem like an interesting little pedal.
Jim Dunlop have currently confirmed that the version in the video, which has artwork designed by Alan Forbes is limited to a run of 500 units, but it hasn't been confirmed if there is an extended run version without the special artwork.
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