FreakShow Effects Digilog Delay

FreakShow Effects Digilog Delay

Up for auction is a cool Digilog Delay by Freakshow Effects out of Portland, Maine. I don't believe Justin is making pedals anymore, but this delay was some of his best work. Check out some of the YouTube videos for some great examples of this pedal in action. The Feedback/Oscillation momentary switch is just one of the unique features that helps to set this delay apart from the others.

Here's a rundown of the features of the Digilog Delay.

(T) Time / 300-600 SWITCH

The
time knob controls the length of the delay. You will notice there is a
small switch marked "300-600" above the time knob. This switch
determines whether you have 0 - 300 or 300 - 600 milliseconds of delay
time. Turning the knob counter-clockwise gives you less delay time and
clockwise gives you more delay time which corresponds to the 300-600
switch.

(M) Mix

This knob determines how much
delay effect is blended into your guitar signal. Turning the knob
counter-clockwise gives you more pure guitar sound than delay . Turning
the knob clokwise gives you more delay effected sound. This knob is key
when you are using the pedals self oscillation feature. The further you
have this knob clockwise the faster and more intense the oscillation
sound will become, BE VERY CAREFULL WHEN OSCILLATING IT CAN GET VERY
LOUD VERY FAST ON SOME SETTINGS AND BLOW YOUR SPEAKERS OR EARDRUMS!!!
but it sure is fun isn't it? To be safe turn the mix knob to about 9
o'clock and try expierimenting with the oscillation before turning the
mix knob up to achieve louder UFO sounds!

(D) Decay

This
knob determines the number of repeats, or trails the delay will have.
Turning this knob counter-clockwise will give you less repeats of the
delayed signal. Turning the knob clockwise will give you more repeats.
To play with the self-oscillation feature you must turn the (D) decay
knob to about 3 o'clock in conjuction with turning the (F) knob up to at
least 3 o'clock or more depending on how fast you would like the effect
to take. Remember you must at least play (or smack) your guitar so that
you give the pedal something to start with... it will not just make the
UFO noise by itself... think of it as a wave in the ocean. It starts
off small when you play or smack your guitar, and slowly grows from
there to a huge tidal wave! So... play a note, chord, or even smack your
guitars strings and step on/ hold the right side footswitch down.
Listen as the feedback grows with intesity and volume... when it gets
loud enough (don't overdo it because it could harm your amplifier) let
off the switch and the pedal will slowly "ramp down" to normal again.
Once again... BE VERY CAREFULL WHEN OSCILLATING IT CAN GET VERY LOUD
VERY FAST ON SOME SETTINGS AND BLOW YOUR SPEAKERS OR EARDRUMS!!! but it
sure is fun isn't it? remember... To be safe turn the mix knob to about 9
o'clock and try expierimenting with the oscillation before turning the
mix knob up to achieve louder feedback sounds! Want to try other cool
stuff? When the pedal is oscillating flick the 300-600 switch while
simultaneously moving the "time" knob. Kinda sounds like a space ship
taking off huh? Well, at least I thought so! Stop looking at me that
way, you thought so too!!!

(F) Feedback knob / right footswitch

So
you want to make some noise huh? This knob will activate the self
oscillation features of this pedal when depressed. Yes it's true you CAN
make the pedal do the same by turning up the decay knob and letting it
rip... but you need to bend over and twist knob to do it this way. By
setting the UFO knob, again counter-clockwise is slower ramp up speed
and clockwise is faster ramp-up speed you can keep playing your guitar
while simultaneously and momentarily make the pedal self oscillate. By
setting the knob for a slower ramp up speed you can make the effect
slowly set into a feedback frenzy... by setting the knob say, all the
way clockwise you will make it almost instantaneously go into
oscillation.

From the original product description:We looked up and down for, in a lack of
better terms, a not-so-digital sounding delay chip to experiment with.
what we found was a great
compromise between digital clarity and analog naturalness in a delay
pedal. Tthe digilog delay will satisfy those of you who have a decent
or even vintage delay pedal. Freakshow has also addressed the "ufo"
noise that only an analog delay can make when driven into oscillation
in a unique way ...they added a feedback/sustain foot switch. They have
also gone to great lengths to give you a pedal that will look
great and sound great.

Freakshow pedals are painstakingly 100% hand painted, hand assembled,
and hand tested in the good 'ol state of Maine. Pride is taken in
what they do and only make products they use themselves. The pedals are
hand painted in a uniquely antique freakshow way by Portland
Maine artist Patrick Corrigan.This pedal is in great shape and sounds equally awesome. Bid with confidence. 100% positive feedback seller. Good Luck and Happy Bidding. Please check my other auctions. I am cleaning out a bunch of excellent, pro level effects and gear that I'll will be putting up for auction over the course of the next couple of weeks.

Price: $100.00