Guyatone Mighty Micro MDm5 Digital Delay Guitar Effects Pedal
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The Guyatone MDm5 Micro Delay is an improved version of the top-selling MD-3, providing a wide range of delay types and tones in an ultra-compact enclosure. The Micro Delay offers 30-2600 milliseconds... Click To Read More About This Product
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The Guyatone MDm5 Micro Delay is an improved version of the top-selling MD-3, providing a wide range of delay types and tones in an ultra-compact enclosure. The Micro Delay offers 30-2600 milliseconds of delay time”more than enough to create an entire range of classic delay effects from Rockabilly slapback to Arena-rock washes of excess and everything in between. At higher feedback settings the MDm5 will self-oscillate like an analog delay, creating cacophonous cascades of repeats, UFO-landings, ray guns, and other bizarre sound effects. At lower feedback settings it can be used for sound-on-sound layering of parts to create beautiful, ethereal soundscapes that slowly fade into infinity.
New hi-frequency roll-off control allows authentic simulation of classic Analog Delay tones by reducing high frequencies on Delay repeats.
Micro Delay Controls:
Level: Adjusts volume of the Delay effect when pedal is engaged. Turn clockwise to increase Delay volume. At full clockwise position, Delay Level is equal to original (dry) signal. At fully counter-clockwise position, there is zero Delay signal.
Time: Adjusts Delay Time. Turn clockwise to increase Delay Time and slow down speed of Delay repeats. Delay Time is adjustable within three preset ranges as determined by the Mode Switch.
Repeat: Adjusts amount of Delay Repeats. Turn clockwise to increase the amount of Delay Repeats.
Mode Switch: Selects three different ranges for Delay Time Control: S (20“60ms), M (80“650ms), and L (330“2600ms)
High Roll-Off: Adjusts tonal quality of Delay Repeats. Turn clockwise to reduce high frequency (hi-cut). As the Delay repeats decay, the amount of hi-cut will increase. You can simulate analog delay tones by reducing the hi-frequencies naturally.