Electro-Harmonix Unveils Nano Deluxe Memory Man Pedal
Electro-Harmonix has updated their Memory Man delay/chorus/vibrato pedal with the Nano Deluxe Memory Man. The company’s founder Mike Matthews says it’s more in a smaller package.
“The new Nano Deluxe Memory Man delivers the lush bucket-brigade delay and modulation of our classic large-format pedal,” he explains. “We simply shrunk it and added some features for modern players including both Rate and Depth knobs for enhanced modulation control. Now, you can have the Memory Man in our time-honored standard chassis, or our new, compact, nano design.”
In addition to Rate and Depth, the new pedal has Blend, Feedback, Delay, and Level controls for dialing in the effect. Separate LEDs indicate overload and status. Finally, an internal switch allows you to turn delay tails on or off.
The Electro-Harmonix Nano Deluxe Memory Man is available now for $203.10.
The Electro-Harmonix Nano Deluxe Memory Man Pedal Features:
|Adjustable delay times from 30mS up to 550mS set by the Delay control|
|Full control over the number of echo repeats right up to runaway oscillation with the Feedback knob|
|Adjustable input gain via the Level knob|
|An overload LED which lights when the signal going into the analog delay block is too hot|
|Wet/Dry mix control over the dry and delayed signals via the Blend knob|
|Depth knob which sets the amount of modulation that’s added to the delay to produce vibrato and chorus type effects|
|Rate controls the modulation speed|
|Tails Switch that sets whether the echoes decay naturally when the pedal is switched to bypass or if they are instantly muted|
|Pedalboard friendly, compact, rugged enclosure|
|Comes equipped with an Electro-Harmonix 9Volt power supply|