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BOSS DD-8 Digital Delay

BOSS DD-8 Digital Delay

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TC Electronic Hall Of Fame 2 Mini

TC Electronic Hall Of Fame 2 Mini

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MXR M300 Reverb

MXR M300 Reverb

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MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay M169

MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay M169

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Electro Harmonix Freeze Sound Retainer

Electro Harmonix Freeze Sound Retainer

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£105.00 £115.00
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Electro Harmonix Oceans 11 Reverb

Electro Harmonix Oceans 11 Reverb

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TC Electronic Flashback 2 MIni

TC Electronic Flashback 2 MIni

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Walrus Audio Slo Multi Texture Reverb

Walrus Audio Slo Multi Texture Reverb

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Electro Harmonix Canyon Delay and Looper

Electro Harmonix Canyon Delay and Looper

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EarthQuaker Devices Afterneath V3

EarthQuaker Devices Afterneath V3

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Landlord FX Taproom Delay Pedal

Landlord FX Taproom Delay Pedal

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Landlord FX Banging Hangover Reverb Pedal

Landlord FX Banging Hangover Reverb Pedal

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£39.00 £49.00
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BOSS RV-6 Reverb Pedal

BOSS RV-6 Reverb Pedal

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Landlord FX Frothy Head Echo Pedal

Landlord FX Frothy Head Echo Pedal

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Strymon Big Sky Reverb

Strymon Big Sky Reverb

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Strymon Blue Sky Reverb

Strymon Blue Sky Reverb

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£279.00 £299.00
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Strymon Timeline Multi Delay and Looper Pedal

Strymon Timeline Multi Delay and Looper Pedal

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£399.00 £439.00
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BOSS DM-2W Waza Craft Custom Analog Delay

BOSS DM-2W Waza Craft Custom Analog Delay

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BOSS DD-200 Digital Delay

BOSS DD-200 Digital Delay

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Catalinbread Echorec

Catalinbread Echorec

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Strymon Volante Magnetic Echo Machine

Strymon Volante Magnetic Echo Machine

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BOSS DD-3T Digital Delay

BOSS DD-3T Digital Delay

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Dunlop EP103 Echoplex Delay

Dunlop EP103 Echoplex Delay

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£186.00 £260.00
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Way Huge WM71 Smalls Aqua-Puss Analog Delay

Way Huge WM71 Smalls Aqua-Puss Analog Delay

£128.00 £136.00
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Catalinbread Talisman Plate Reverb

Catalinbread Talisman Plate Reverb

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£167.00
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MXR JD-M299 Carbon Copy Mini

MXR JD-M299 Carbon Copy Mini

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TC Electronic Gauss Tape Echo

TC Electronic Gauss Tape Echo

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TC Electronic Drip Spring Reverb

TC Electronic Drip Spring Reverb

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Catalinbread Belle Epoch Tape Echo

Catalinbread Belle Epoch Tape Echo

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Electro Harmonix Attack Decay Tape Reverse Simulator

Electro Harmonix Attack Decay Tape Reverse Simulator

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TC Electronic HOF - Hall of Fame Mini

TC Electronic HOF - Hall of Fame Mini

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Electro Harmonix Grand Canyon Delay and Looper

Electro Harmonix Grand Canyon Delay and Looper

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Electro Harmonix Holy Grail Nano

Electro Harmonix Holy Grail Nano

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Eventide Space Reverb and Beyond

Eventide Space Reverb and Beyond

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£469.00 £589.00
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Strymon El Capistan Tape Delay

Strymon El Capistan Tape Delay

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£299.00
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BOSS DD-500 Digital Delay Twin Pedal

BOSS DD-500 Digital Delay Twin Pedal

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£299.00 £329.00
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BOSS RE-20 Space Echo

BOSS RE-20 Space Echo

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£229.00
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MXR M292 Carbon Copy Deluxe

MXR M292 Carbon Copy Deluxe

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£199.00 £273.00
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JHS Pedals Panther Cub V2

JHS Pedals Panther Cub V2

£289.00
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EarthQuaker Devices Dispatch Master V3 Digital Delay and Reverb

EarthQuaker Devices Dispatch Master V3 Digital Delay and Reverb

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About Reverb / Delay Pedals

Reverb pedals constitute a large part of the market. This is an important effect and guitarists can be extremely demanding regarding what they need in their perfect reverb. Traditionally made via a large spring or metal plate, simulations of these and more are now available via small, compact pedals. There are reverb algorithms for rooms, halls, caves and even cathedrals!

Delay pedals are just as meticulous. You can choose from retro tape and analog-style delays with a short delay time, pristine digital delays with tap tempo, modulation & seconds of delay time on tap, multiple delays for extravagant special effects...there is such a wide and excellent range of delay pedals available now, you'll be able to select the exact delay sounds you need for your songs.

Thankfully, at guitarguitar we fully understand the reverb and delay requirements of guitarists of all styles. We have a comprehensive array of devices to suit all ambient needs, all ready to try in any of our UK guitarguitar stores. For guitar pedals and FX, come to guitarguitar.

Frequently Asked Questions about Reverb / Delay Pedals

Question: I want to get that famous rhythmic U2 delay sound but it never sounds right when I try it. What am I doing wrong?
Have you tried using two delay signals? That is what you are going to need to achieve this! Actually, some pedals today have this as a setting (The Eventide Time Factor is one and the TC Flashback X4 has a switch for the dotted 1/8 note but you'll need to twin it with another delay) but most still don't, meaning two standard delay pedals will be what you need. Basically, you need one delay sound to be set to a 1/4 of the track's tempo and the other to a dotted 1/8 note. If you have a tap tempo function on your delays, it makes things a lot simpler! The combination of one delay feeding into the next should give you that distinctive sound, used also by Pink Floyd and others.
Question: Do I need to use two amplifiers to use stereo reverbs and stereo delays?
You do, yes. If you use a stereo delay, for example, (otherwise known as a 'ping pong' delay) and you only have one amplifier connected, you'll only hear half of the repetitions. Stereo effects tend to split the effect and send half to one side of the stereo spectrum and the other half to the other side.
Question: What is a tap tempo?
Tap tempo is a handy function for getting time-based effects such as delay to synchronize with your playing. After selecting tap tempo mode on your pedal, you normally tap the foot switch with your foot three or four times along with the song you're playing to tell the pedal the tempo. It then sets the delay repetitions to the tapped-in speed so that your delay repetitions are in time with the song.
Question: Where should I place my reverb and delay effects in my effects chain?
Whilst lots of creative sounds can be had via experimentation with pedal order, we feel that the best 'regular' way to connect these pedals is to have them at the end of your chain. Having them at the end makes logical sense since they are designed to mimic real life reverberation and echo which typically takes place after a sound occurs, not in the middle of it!
Question: What is the difference between a reverb and a delay pedal?
Whilst both are 'ambient' effects and are related, they do have different sounds. A delay pedal makes specific echo repetitions of whatever you've played. You can determine the space of time in between these repetitions, how many repetitions you want to hear and also how loud they should be in comparison to your original note. Delay can be used very effectively for adding ambient space to your guitar without it being drowned out by sound...it keeps its sonic edge. A great example of a guitar being played with a delay effect would be 'Where the Streets Have No Name' by U2. You can hear that the repetitions of the original note actually help the riffs gain their texture and rhythmic momentum. Reverb, on the other hand, aims to emulate the sound of an acoustic space such as a hall or an arena by adding ambient sound to your notes. These reverberations are similar to delay in theory but are more like a 'tail' of sound that creates sonic space around your notes. Think of Hank Marvin and Surf guitar styles for examples of guitars drenched in reverb. Lots of post-rock music and other modern genres utilize large amounts of reverb to create 'wall of sound' type situations. My Bloody Valentine would be the textbook choice of band to investigate for these otherworldly reverb effects.