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and on again, requiring a reset by zeroing the Repeat knob.
The Axle Grease Delay is perfect for players who don’t want to spend a fortune for a quality delay pedal or for whom delay is not their primary effect.
It works nicely as a simple delay for echoing chords and notes with faster
delay times and is great for rockabilly-inspired slapback. And with its hybrid
analog/digital circuit, you still get a warm analog tone at a digital price.
you want a basic, easy to use and inexpensive delay pedal
you need a more complex delay unit
with long delay times
PS- 6 HARMONIST
By Steve Ouimette
The PS- 6 Harmonist is one of the more versatile pedals Boss has ever stuffed
into their ubiquitous stompbox shell. The Harmonist is not only a multi-voice
harmonizer, it is also a pitch shifter, chorus, and octave shifter wrapped up
into one. And for the gigging guitarist in particular, it packs a ton of features
from subtle to extreme that can spice up a solo or even a whole song.
The Harmonist is housed in a metallic-blue version of the Boss casing.
In addition to the standard input jack, the PS- 6 features an expression
pedal jack. It also offers stereo outputs.
While there are only four controls, each has multiple functions. The
Balance control blends direct and effected signal, and also doubles as
the Rise Time control when in S-Bend mode. The Shift knob controls
pitch shift intervals, and also functions as a Voice Harmony control.
The rotary Key pot sets the key signature chromatically from C to B,
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