Re: [Harp-L] Meteor Amp with Lone Wolf Delay
I have a Meteor mini meat and a Lone Wolf Delay. I found out that with the
meteor I don't need any delay at all. I like the lone wolf delay a lot with
my harpgear double trouble instead. I think that it really depends on the
sound you want. All I can say ist that the lone wolf delay is a really good
pedal, and I like it more than my ibanez AD-9 or the danelectro danecho.
2008/11/15 chicago bluesman <chicagobluesman@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> I have both a Meteor and the Lone Wolf Delay. Love the Meteor but I
> haven't warmed up to the effects box yet. I'll say, though, that I
> purchased my Meteor used and have found that it required a new set of JJ
> tubes to get the sound I'd hoped for. I'd read lots about the delay before
> purchasing it and was encouraged by the reviews. But...when I gig it stays
> in the gig bag. Maybe I need to experiment with it more or maybe it was the
> wrong purchase for a guy who likes the standard Fender reverb tank sound.
> I'm actually thinking of getting a stand-alone Fender reverb unit to add to
> the Meteor.
> > From: mdaurizio@xxxxxxxx
> > To: harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx
> > Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2008 21:03:45 -0500
> > Subject: [Harp-L] Meteor Amp with Lone Wolf Delay
> > Hello all,
> > I was wondering if anybody has had any experience using the Lone Wolf
> Delay with a Meteor amp? I'm currently gigging with a Meteor and would like
> to add a little delay to my sound. Thank you in advance for your responses.
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