i probably need to admit I am not the most sophisticated delay user. On the other hand I have been through a few delay pedals - MXR, Digitech, tc, Behringer,and Line 6 at least. On my board I have a Digitech istomp with a tape delay model that I use as a mostly on pedal, quite low level slapback just to give some 'air' to my sound. It gets switched off a) if I want a totally dry sound for clean funk b) if I want a big surf style reverb or c) if I want a 'character' delay which is where the Moog comes in. It will do slapback but it seems slightly wasted on that. I use it with a Moog EP3 expression pedal and you can set it up to use the EP3 to move between slapback and a long delay. That's pretty cool, although you need to tweak the mix knob on the expression pedal a bit otherwise you just get self oscillation. However, I have my Moog delay set up for a relatively long delay and use the EP3 to take it to self oscillation as a dub style effect.
One of my issues with delay pedals is that they can soften what you are playing. With the tc Flashback, for example, I always felt I needed to add some form of boost to it otherwise it was a bit anaemic. No such problem with the Moog, lots of boost on tap! I add a few db's - around what I would add with a boost or OD pedal- and then ride the volume pot on my guitar.
I know some folks don't like the dark sound of BBD delays like this but I like that the delays get darker and degrade partly because it just sounds right and partly because you can play over those delays and hear the clear distinction between my/ your playing and the delays.
I bought this pedal to get this brilliant analogue slapjack delay sound. Although you cannot go wrong with this kind of a device on your pedal board, I must admit, that my initial idea, which was to spice up an 80s Casiotone keyboard a bit, did not really succeed. The frequencies that MF-Delay works with in line with a Casiotone do not ring as beautifully as when the guitar is plugged in. The sound is quite dark.
But it is definitely a top-notch device for guitars. Tried it on a telecaster, pure joy.
The very cool thing about Minifoogers ? is the possibilities that open up when you plug in an extension pedal (I have a Moog-made one). You can choose between controlling time or feedback. The switch is inside the pedal, you have to unscrew it. But in my opinion it's reasonable ? I tried both and chose 'time' for fast, psychedelic shifts in pitch and delay time; I don't think I will need to change it frequently. Though with feedback on you can easily 'freeze' your sound with a slight foot movement.
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