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Electro Memory Toy Memory Toy Pedal - Pedal de efecto eco/delay/reverb para guitarra, color plateado
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- True Bypass
- All analog delay with Feedback
- Up to 550ms delay time
- Modulation switch
- Optional Power Supply: 96DC-200BI PSU (Not Included)
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Not necessarily a toy but a professional tool that bathes your axe with organic depth and dimension. The selectable chorus is a lush analog bonus. No one does analog like Electro Harmonix. The Memory Toy delivers pure analog design to musicians who covet thick sound from a thin wallet.Electro Harmonix Heritage melds with select analog components to present the musicianwith up to 550ms of delay.
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The concern: My Memory Toy worked fine for a couple of months then spontaneously stopped working, lights came on but no effects processing occurred.
I contacted EHX and opened the pedal to remove the battery prior to shipping. The pedal has two circuit boards, with one attached to the other by eight pins fitted into sockets on the other board. I noticed that the top circuit board of the two in the pedal was loose, and had in fact separated from the main board.
Once I pushed the board pins back into the sockets on the main board the pedal started working again, it seems that the one board must easily come loose from the main board causing the problems.
I assume that the design that allows this to happen is the cause of the numerous similar issues I have heard of with this pedal, (some arriving DOA, etc.)
I added a rubber pad to keep the board in place from now on...
I've noticed that it behaves differently under battery versus adapter. It does the self oscillating thing great while plugged in, but on battery the feedback doesn't come all the way back around. It's probably fine with a fresh ProCell.
I don't think the extra bread for the Boy is worth it. It's just a knob for the mod depth, which you don't really need. Also, there is a trim pot on the inside if you're not stoked on the factory setting.
But yeah, is it as cool as a $200 delay pedal? No. Will the audience have any idea it's not a $200 pedal? No. Does it smoke every digital pedal in the same price range? Absolutely.