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August 02, 2013

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MXR M-169 Carbon Copy Analog Delay Review (Sound Clip)

Featured Gear: MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay Pedal

Chicago Music Exchange teams up with local music artist to bring you reviews and demos of the latest and greatest gear on the market. Enjoy this sound clip and writen review of the MXR M-169 Carbon Copy Analog Delay.

 

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MXR M-169 Carbon Copy Analog Delay (http://goo.gl/q8oep9)

The MXR Carbon Copy was my first analog delay.  Since then I have moved on but not because the Carbon Copy lacks in any areas (other than the omission of tap tempo).  Since playing the Carbon Copy again, I have sincerely missed this pedal.  I think of all of the analog delay pedals at this price point, there is nothing better than this.  MXR does a great job here in making sure to keep the integrity of your signal, while providing a warm boost to your tone.  It tracks long and short delay times with wonderful ease, and even has a great modulation option which can be adjusted under the pedal housing.  All in all, this is a great pedal for it’s price!

Highly recommend this pedal! Shelby plays guitar for the Chicago-based band, Minor Characters. Click HERE to listen and connect with their music.


Chris Hershman
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