|Memory Man by Electro-Harmonix
Electro-Harmonix Memory Man, analog delay and chorus unit, circa 1978. Silver floor unit, black lettering with on/off footswitch and 3 big knobs giving access to Blend, Feedback and Delay. Regular and boost input and single output with switch for echo/chorus mode. a/c powered. Predecessor to Deluxe model reissued last year. Fat chorus with depth and amount (wet/dry) variable thru given control knobs. Beautiful analog chorusing produces rich, floating thickness to signal and warms up any input, especially distorted tones. Great for clean signals with varying degrees of depth. Delay has real solid-state sound like a tube driven Echoplex. Nice for slapback effects. Add a touch of feedback and/or change the speed to dramatically affect the room size! Great echoing effects with longer delay times added. Best suited for only a few repeats as sound degradation is apparent. Some special effects to try include "capturing" a note and moving it's pitch up or down, with "infinite" repeats. Plus, hitting a chord in echo mode and switching mid stride over to chorus to produce a way cool rise and fall of tones. A favorite amongst EH users and certainly a 70's classic.
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