New Sunny Day Delay on the way



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Re: New Sunny Day Delay on the way

Postby qersty » Fri Nov 25, 2022 3:19 pm

:love:

too bad i am legally obliged to be content with my sunny day delay
imagine finding out your son is your daughter & she's into noise music
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Re: New Sunny Day Delay on the way

Postby Seance » Fri Nov 25, 2022 4:54 pm


I made that short animated intro and little ditty for Ryan.

From the video, the Sunny Day Delay looks and sounds pretty awesome.
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Re: New Sunny Day Delay on the way

Postby Chankgeez » Fri Nov 25, 2022 8:37 pm

Nice work, Sean! :thumb:
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Re: New Sunny Day Delay on the way

Postby goroth » Sat Nov 26, 2022 3:24 am

Yeah good one dude!
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Re: New Sunny Day Delay on the way

Postby Seance » Sun Nov 27, 2022 11:53 am

Chankgeez wrote:Nice work, Sean! :thumb:

goroth wrote:Yeah good one dude!

Thanks, dudes!
I used a BitQuest! to create the little ditty and Toon Boom Animate to create the animation.
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Re: New Sunny Day Delay on the way

Postby cantremember » Fri Dec 30, 2022 1:20 pm

Anyone have a chance to try one of these out yet?

I got one in about 2 weeks ago but haven't had a chance to sit down and play with it.
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Re: New Sunny Day Delay on the way

Postby counttherings » Mon Jan 02, 2023 4:25 pm

cantremember wrote:Anyone have a chance to try one of these out yet?

I got one in about 2 weeks ago but haven't had a chance to sit down and play with it.


I love mine. Tone control is great. It sits perfectly within whatever I'm playing.
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Re: New Sunny Day Delay on the way

Postby Dowi » Mon Jan 09, 2023 7:52 am

I got a Black one comin' this month - ordered in december but asked Ryan to ship it after new years to avoid the postal madness.
Will post my impressions when it gets here!
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Re: New Sunny Day Delay on the way

Postby Dowi » Tue Jan 31, 2023 8:34 am

After a couple of weeks i can confirm that SDD is great.

I hate to use this word because it's just the every-youtube-demo-ever favorite word, but it's lush ( :barf: ) : it sits there with your playing and reacts to it in a really dynamic and organic way such that it's hard to turn it off.

It's not an "aggressive" delay, i mean that even when at its extremes, it doesn't get into noise madness (which i like too), but i don't think it's what is supposed to do. It' a great, straight, warm delay with highly customizable tone and mix response. In some ways it reminds me of my other "set and forget" delay, the Boss DM-2W, but more tweakable and with better interaction with whatever sound you put into it, from aggressive fuzzes, to crystal clear twangs to big chuggy stuff and so on.

I usually just set the modulation to a sweet spot and then forget it, so I immediately set the left footswitch for infinite repeats, and I strongly suggest everyone to do the same: the infinite oscillations on the SDD are beyond gorgeous. The most surprising thing is that they seem to be perfectly dialed in in any possible setting, both tone-wise and volume-wise.

For the sake of doing it, i have compared those infinite repeats placing it in series with 2 other delays of the same category, with dedicated runaway footswitches, the PLBR Young Hearts and the Rubberneck. Just to be clear, i like them all, but there are some slight differences: Rubberneck is dirtier, grainier - if it makes any sense - and as a result of this when the oscillations kick in they seem to grow faster toward destruction. Young Hearts is more "neutral" in terms of tone, in fact that it doesn't have a tone knob, though the amount of control on the oscillations (attack, release, timebend, randomization) is really something else and incomparable to any pedal I know.

That's it for now, did i really need another PT2399 delay? absolutely no, but now i am super happy of having it.
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