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Re: vocal effects processors?

On Wed, Jul 29, 2015 at 5:54 PM, Sam Rogers <onemouthband@gmail.com> wrote:
> An alternative, simpler pedal that sounds great is the Flashback (also TC
> Helicon):
> http://www.tcelectronic.com/flashback-delay/

I'm with Sam on the Flashback 1! I use that pedal myself for playing
out street busking with a Stick and think it is marvellous. The type
of reverb you can get from it is the typical tape delay style reverb,
i.e. four fast short slap-backs that can be varied in length by the
feedback knob. It has a three position switch that changes between
delay slaps on straight notes, delay slaps on triplets and finally
both rhythms. If connecting its output into a stereo amplification you
get the delay slaps in ping-pong style. If feeding it two inputs
(stereo or two mono signals) you get "ping pong-ing" straight fourths
on on signal and triplets on the other signal. Both signals dry part
are still separated to the "left" or "right" in the dual output. So
you can imagine this pedal has a lot of options.

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen