This may look like the old Superdelay with a new paint job, but Empress claim to have combined the impressive sounds and features of the original with a whole load of added vintage mojo. The pedal’s ‘tape’ mode now has extra compression, grit and saturation for more of that classic Roland Space Echo / Watkins Copicat warmth. And you still get all the other good stuff, including reverse delays, multi-taps, looping, tap tempo, tweakable modulation and a delay time of up to 2.8 seconds. There are high and low-pass filters, and you can even store up to eight presets.
Reverend Charger 290, Empress Vintage Modified Superdelay, Orange AC30
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