Pedals

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Electro-Harmonix

Electro-Harmonix Attack Decay Tape Reverse Simulator Pedal

$215.00

This is a clever little pedal with a heap of fun tricks up it's sleeve. Yes, it'll do a reverse tape style delay, but... it also does delicious volume swell stuff, organ-ish type tones, harmonic fuzz, and it's got an...
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BOSS

Boss DD-3T Digital Delay Pedal

$185.00

Boss haven't really changed the DD-3 since 1986, until, last year or so... they added a tap tempo function. Sensible, really, right? And yep, it still sounds great.Model: Boss DD-3TMade: Malaysia, recent model (serial sticker smudged)Type: digital delayPower: standard 9v negative supply,...
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Behringer

Behringer DR400 Digital Reverb/Delay Pedal

$95.00

You know what? This is pretty good. The controls make sense, the sounds are convincing, it does heaps in a tiny box, you can do 100% wet signal to do big fade/swell type stuff... cheap thrills.Model: Behringer DR400 Digital Reverb/Delay...
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Maxon

Maxon AD999 Analog Delay Pedal

$345.00

This, friends, absolutely rules. In a world of simulated Bucket Brigade digital nopes, Maxon jam this little box of glory with EIGHT of their own legit MC4107D BBD chips for a total of 900ms of glorious analog gooey goodness. It...
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Ibanez

Ibanez Soundtank DL5 Digital Delay Pedal

$95.00

This looks super weird, but like many of these vintage Ibanez pedals, it sounds great. There's a certain warmth and thickness to the sound you don't always get on a digital delay. The previous owner de-badged it, like Nissan Skyline...
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Guyatone

Guyatone PS-014 Dual Time Delay Pedal 1983

$175.00

This is a really tasty, warm and satisfying analog delay. It's driven by the same iconic MN3205 chip as the famed Boss DM-2, among many other classic delay and chorus pedals from this era. The fun thing with this one,...
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BOSS

Boss DD-7 Digital Delay Pedal

$175.00

Boss make a good digital delay. The DD7 covers a lot of ground, plus it's virtually indestructible and has that crispy clear digital hi-fi mirror-like reflective shiny goodness.Model: Boss DD-7Made: Taiwan, Jun 2016 (serial sticker missing)Type: digital delayPower: standard 9v negative supply or battery,...
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Pigtronix

Pigtronix Echolution 2 Ultra Pro Delay Pedal

$445.00

Holy heck, this does a LOT of stuff. You can add all sorts of filters to your repeats, all with tweakable parameters. It's also got tap tempo with a bunch of subdivison options, MIDI in and out, full stereo in...
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Electro Harmonix

Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man Delay Pedal

$395.00

The 'DMM' is a legendary pedal for a reason: it sounds amazing. This is a recent reissue of the classic delay, and it definitely offers a gloriously warm, clear tone worthy of the legacy. Dialling in just the right amount...
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Free The Tone

Free The Tone FF-1Y Future Factory RF Phase Modulation Delay Pedal

$495.00

Free The Tone won't settle for making 'it's a Tubescreamer, but...' pedals, they're determined to offer something new and innovative. This is a delay with a random modulation function, a clipping function to distort the repeats, full stereo and MIDI...
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Maxon

Maxon AD-80 Analog Delay Pedal 1979-1981

$365.00

The Maxon AD80 launched in 1979, notably before the Boss DM-2 and very, very early in the compact stompbox scheme of things. It's driven by the legendary MN3205 bucket brigade chip, as also found in a DM2, Deluxe Memory Man...
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Ibanez

Ibanez AD9 Analog Delay Pedal MIJ 1982-1984

$255.00

The Ibanez AD9... it's the legendary purple cousin of those original Tube Screamer pedals that fetch insane cash these days. This one dates to the early 80s; it's hard to narrow it down past that window. The quality of components and...
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Hungry Robot

Hungry Robot The Moby Dick Deluxe v1 Delay Pedal

$215.00

First up, it's super cute, right? THis pedal put Hungry Robot on the map for good reason: it's a saucy sound. It's a tape-style delay, so the repeats get a little darker and dirtier as they go, which is awesome....
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Maxon

Maxon AD-9 Analog Delay Pedal 1983

$225.00

Behold the fuchsia glory. The original Ibanez AD-9 was originally designed and produced by Maxon, so the same pedal was sold under the two different brand names from 1982-4; these Maxon branded units were sold to the Japan domestic market. It sounds...
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Guyatone

Guyatone PS-029 Digital-D 12-bit Delay Pedal

$145.00

Vintage Guyatone stuff is awesome, I'm a big fan. This is a late 80s, first gen digital delay, so it has that 'big chip' warmth you get on an original Boss DD-2. It's got stereo outs and a sensible control...
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Guyatone

Guyatone PS-014 Dual Time Delay Pedal 1983

$195.00