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electro-harmonix XO Series Deluxe Memory Man at a Glance:
- Vary the signal mix with Blend control
- Make pitch-shift effects by changing delay rate
- Simple operation and direct out jack
- Chorus/vibrato control
Really simple operation and direct out jack
The bypass footswitch on top of the Deluxe Memory Man lets you switch the effect in and out. Unmodified signal is always available at the direct out jack. The Deluxe memory Man features a level control with an overload led that blinks on with the loudest notes you play in order to prevent overdriving the Deluxe Memory Man. Overdriving the Memory Man will cause distortion.
Vary the signal mix with Blend control
The Memory Man's blend control lets you vary the mix of direct and delayed signals. The center position sports equal levels of both. Feedback provides delay repeats, or multiple echoes. Fairly high feedback with short delay settings produces a reverb effect.
Make pitch-shift effects by changing delay rate
The Memory Man's delay control determines the time between direct and delayed signals, and between the repeats when feedback is used. Strange, eerie and unusual pitch-shift effects can be produced by changing the delay while playing, especially while using feedback.
The chorus/vibrato control of the Deluxe Memory Man introduces a modulation in the delay time: slow for chorus, faster for vibrato. This produces a "doppler" pitch shifting in the delayed signal. A rich, vibrant chorus effect is produced with the switch set to chorus, delay fairly short, blend at the center, chorus set high, and feedback fairly high.
electro-harmonix XO Series Deluxe Memory Man Features:
- Die-case XO Series Chassis
- 550ms of echo, chorus, and vibrato
- Overload LED
- Level control and Overload LED
- Blend, delay, and Chorus/Vibrato controls
- Bypass footswitch
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