Now with modulation parameters!
There’s no shortage of delay pedals on the market, but this all analog small stature pedal, deserves to be here. The Electro Harmonix Nano Deluxe Memory Man is a recreation of a classic that defined what delay effects pedals should be, in a smaller enclosure with added modulation capabilities.
What you need to know:
- Electro-Harmonix have unveiled a micro version of their iconic Memory Man delay.
- The Electro-Harmonix Nano Deluxe Memory Man is an analog delay pedal that runs in mono with a max delay time of 550ms.
- Building upon the legacy of the original, the new delay pedal can modulate signals as well with new rate and depth knobs.
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Building on the iconic Bucket Brigade Delay (BBD) pedal, Electro-Harmonix have added to the Deluxe Memory Man with new rate and depth knobs for increased modulation tones. Rate controls modulation speed while depth sets the amount of modulation that is added which can create vibrato and chorus effects with ease.
Delay time on the Nano goes from 30-550ms with feedback that can go from subtle to completely fed back. There’s a dry/wet control that allows the pedal to add subtle to intense mono delay effects to your pedal board.
Courtesy of an internal switch, the Nano Deluxe Memory Man can produce true and buffered bypass feedback trails. There’s a gain knob for altering the incoming signal level plus a couple LEDs to let you know the pedal status and if you’re clipping.
This little box is capable of producing all those classic analog delay tones we know and love but in a pedalboard friendly size.
The Nano Deluxe Memory Man pedal is out now and is retailing for US$203.10.