Re: [Harp-L] Delay with true bypass

I have a LW delay "1" and it does "brown" the tone when on. However, I
usually just add a little treble, or mid, to the signal on the amp, PA ,
etc. to compensate. I don't have a problem with this as I have easy access
to the controls and hardly ever turn it off. I understand the LW delay "2"
does not have this sound character, but I have never tried one.

On Sun, Dec 15, 2013 at 9:07 AM, harp <harp@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi Ross,
> I have a Lone Wolf Delay pedal and I just tested it.  From a gain
> standpoint, the pedal seems to be transparent whether it is on or off. I
> am sure if you give Randy a call he can work with you on it.
> Brad
> On 12/14/13, 8:12 PM, "Ross Macdonald" <pdxharpdog@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >At last nights gig I accidentally hit the foot switch on my lone wolf
> >delay (1) pedal before a solo, turning it off. I gig with it on all the
> >time and I was shocked at how much louder I was with the delay off. I
> >would guess that I immediately got 20% louder with the delay off. is this
> >a repair problem that I need to send back to lone wolf to fix or is this
> >your experience too? Since I always play with it on for a taste of delay
> >I never noticed this before.
> >
> >Are there other delay pedals you guys and gals use that don't affect the
> >volume output?
> >
> >Thanks,
> >Ross Macdonald
> >
> >Sent from my iPhone

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