Mad Professor Deep Blue Delay CB
The Mad Professor Deep Blue Delay is an analog/digital delay pedal that is a warm and natural sounding delay with an analog direct signal path. Now, Mad Professor has crafted a CB version, which allows them to manufacture these more quickly and at lower costs. The CB version is not handwired, and comes in a less costly packing. These changes have significantly lowered the cost, but not the quality of the Mad Professor Deep Blue Delay CB. The same quality components and care go into the manufacture of this tape echo styled delay unit. With vintage styled delay sounds and decays, this is brilliant delay for clean sounds. But the key to the Mad Professor Deep Blue Delay CB is it’s ability to work well with distortion, which can be difficult for some delay pedals. Now you can get sweet echo styled delay along with distortion settings on your rig, and have it sound fantastic. This is a truly gorgeous and vintage feel delay pedal perfect for multiple applications. Explore the Deep Blue Delay CB version and get some amazing delay tones on your board.
Mad Professor Deep Blue Delay CB
The Mad Professor Deep Blue Delay CB is a compact and simple to use delay unit that accurately delivers echo styled decays and repeats. This is a perfect delay pedal for players who need something warm and analog styled, but without the hassles of a true analog delay pedal, such as larger size. Go from classic slapback to ambient delay tones with incredible ease.
Mad Professor Deep Blue Delay Features:
- Level: controls the delayed signal mixed with the straight guitar tone
- Delay controls delay times from 25 ms to 450 ms
- Repeat controls the repeats of the delay signal, all the way from one repeat to infinite
- True Bypass
Mad Professor’s delay pedal has three controls: level, delay and repeat. But level isn’t a volume control – it regulates the ratio of the clean guitar signal to the amount of delay effect.
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The delay control offers a sweep of delay times from 25 milliseconds all the way up to 450 milliseconds. The repeat control is exactly what you’d imagine it to be, and it runs from a single regeneration to infinite feedback.
Mad Professor has designed the Deep Blue to replicate the warm sounds of classic tape- based echo units of the ’60s. To enhance the old-school vibe, there are no provisions for noise reduction.
The intriguing part of all this is that the Deep Blue is actually a digital pedal, although the direct signal path is analogue.
Plugging in, we get the vintage thing right away. Inspired, we decide to run a Sun Studio-style rockabilly test. The fact that we nail the sound we’re looking for so quickly gives you an idea of how user friendly the Deep Blue Delay is.
If you play rockabilly or roots-inspired rock in the vein of Creedence Clearwater Revival, you’ll love the authentic vintage warmth of this pedal.
Avoiding clichés can be tough when using a delay, but the Deep Blue inspires creativity. Setting the pedal for a single repeat adds some cool ambience to high gain rhythm and lead parts that you’ll miss with the pedal switched off.
Mad Professor will still make you a hand-wired version of all these pedals if you wish. The thing is, based on the quality of the sounds on offer from these lower-cost factory models, we don’t think you need to splash out all that extra lolly.
We’d be surprised if many people could really hear the difference between the hand-wired and circuit board jobs anyway. Utilising a PCB construction hasn’t diluted any of the wow factor that you equate with Mad Professor pedals.
Berikut ini efek digital delay yang berbasis PT2399 produk dari Mad Professor. Menurut skema teknologinya hampir sama dengan rebote delay 2.5 tapi sedikit lebih baik.
Adapun demo video Deep Blue Delay adalah sebagai berikut: