Dunlop Get It Right With Way Huge Supa-Puss Analog Delay Review

A perfect demonstration? We think so   09-Nov-12

Dunlop Get It Right With Way Huge Supa-Puss Analog Delay Review

As a guitar community, we know that getting reviews right is difficult. Some people just want to hear the product without hearing your opinion, and others really want to know what you think of the product in depth.

We can also appreciate how much time and effort goes into one review, when you put together the sound recording, the audio editing, the video editing, camera operating, the time taken to research the product, and the time of the demonstrator, it really can be a big effort to produce a review.

But Jim Dunlop have been perfecting the art recently, and as a company who probably have a decent amount of time and budget dedicated to demonstrating their own products, they have been producing some beautiful videos.

But with the Way Huge Supa-Puss Analog Delay they have really outdone themselves. It's a perfect demonstration, shot beautifully, edited masterfully, and it manages to offer a comprehensive overview of the pedal without a demonstrator even saying a word.

The latter part is genius, because the review can appeal to people of all nations and languages.

Above and beyond all of this, the Supa-Puss is a great product, and speaks for itself. Check out the video below, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

The Way Huge® Supa-Puss™ Analog Delay was designed by delay master Jeorge Tripps for exploring the farthestreaches of true analog delay potential, featuring an eternity of delay time and fine control over numerous parameters of your delay signal.

Tripps equipped the Supa-Puss with a total of six bucket-brigade chips, delivering up to 900 milliseconds of delay time. With the Tap Tempo switch, you can program in real time up to three full seconds of delay time for ethereal ambience.

The Subdivision control allows you to set how your repeats are subdivided, and by switching to the unique Chase mode, you can set your repeats to cycle through each of the Subdivision values in different ways for maximum freak-out effects. 


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