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RE: Memory Man with Hazari

I used to have one of these. craig anderton has a cool tip on how to get a chorus effect riding over a long delay using the mod control on the memory man (or any other delay with a mod control).


From: mizuho@aol.com [mailto:mizuho@aol.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2008 12:31 PM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Re: Memory Man with Hazari


Its very easy to use.
It depends how good your time is.
It takes a good sense of rhythm but other than that its easy.

No phaser,but does have some mod delays.



-----Original Message-----
From: bradm <bradmcmail@yahoo.ca>
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Sent: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 10:48 am
Subject: Re: Memory Man with Hazari

--- mizuho@aol.com wrote:

> Just picked up a Electro -Harmonix Stereo Memory Man

> with Hazari and have to say I am very impressed.

> Sounds great, gets VERY weird when tweaked and even

> has a little? room inside for modding.

> I think it will be a hit for them.

> A+

How easy is it to use as a (guitarist) looper, for a

beginner who's never played with loopers before? Do

you think it could work in a band situation, where a

guitar line could be looped and used under/behind the

rest of the band playing a song?

(I'm also currently in love with the phaser on my

Ibanez UE-400 and the analog delay on my UA-405, and

am wondering how close the Hazarai could get to those

kinds of sounds, if anybody knows.)



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