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echodeluxe wrote: I paid $40 for it. It sounds good.
That's a great price for a solid little analog delay.
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I'm not actually in the market for delay, I just saw it was a crazy deal and snagged it. I knew they were goof delays and I'm glad I went for it. It's gonna be a great texture to have on hand.
I have a bunch of delay so I'm pretty set. Space echo, stereo memory man, de7, and now the ad9. If you count all my reverb and looper (holy grail, supernatural, spring, rv7, jamman solo) I'm really living up to my name.
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I have the ad-9 on my board currently and i really like it. Really simple, basic, great sounding delay for cheap. Kicked my DMM and Malekko E600 off. No one can really tell live, and i can replace the ad9 for much cheaper if it breaks.