OK this may be a stupid question but I'm confused on the most basic funstion of the DL4 delay. We all now know that there are three preset switches A, B, and C. These store memory locations of preset delay settings and can be from any of the delay types. Check this out: So let's say I have a analog delay in A, a digial lo res delay in B, and a reverse echo in C. I want to play a lick, turn on the unit to the tube echo, and turn it off again. I set the delay type to tube echo and plug in all the cables and start playing. The solo comes up and I press ... What?? If I press A, B, or C to turn on the unit it calls up one of the presets none of which are tube echo. Is it possible for me to turn on the pedal and turn it off again without calling up one of the presets??? With all the delay types in there I am going to want to do this often. Also, what happens when you call a preset up and then adjust the settings? My understadning is this then turns the preset into the delay type that is dialed in. While this is a nice feature I don't often have the chance to use my hands with a stompbox or get down on the floor while playing guitar. Is there a way to bypass the presets entirely and have the unit play what it's dialed up to do? ____________________________________________________________________ HELP WANTED PRODUCTIONS - Http://www.voicenet.com/~legion "Bringing you the best in Organic Electronic music since we started..." Home of the Unusual Instrument and Recording Gallery with pictures and info of Tube recorders, Omnichords, weird guitars, Casios, and more.