The most in-demand analog delay ever built. Musicians love it and
collectors cherish it. Experience the analog edge. Nothing can compare
to the organic sound of analog delay, and no one does analog like the
Deluxe Memory Man! Up to 550 mS of vibrant echo that rivals tape delay;
lush, spatial chorus and haunting vibrato are just a few of the treats
in the Memory Man's sonic smorgasbord!
If your unit has a 3 prong power cord, it must be plugged into a
grounded (3 prong) AC outlet. DO NOT DEFEAT THE GROUND ON THIS DEVICE!!
If there is a failure within the unit, the ground connection is your
only protection against dangerous voltages!
Super organic analog delay with blend, feedback and delay time controls
Selectable sweet analog chorus and vibrato with depth control
Analog input gain control
24VDC-100 power supply included
Dimensions in inches: 4.75 (w) x 5.75 (l) x 2.5 (h)
Dimensions in mm: 146 (w) x 121 (l) x 64 (h)
If your unit came with an external power adaptor, use only this
supplied power pack. Using the wrong power adaptor may damage your unit
and void your warranty.
Your Deluxe Memory Man with chorus/vibrato is designed with
state-of-the-art solid state circuitry to give you years of high
quality, trouble-free performance.
Connect your guitar to the INPUT jack, and the OUTPUT jack into the
input of your amp. Your Memory Man can be used in combination with other
effects devices - experiment to develop your own unique sound. The
bypass footswitch on top of the unit allows you to switch the effect in
and out. Unmodified signal is always available at the DIRECT OUT jack.
Set the LEVEL control so that the OVERLOAD LED blinks on with the
loudest notes you play, but does not come on very brightly or too
frequently. Overdriving the unit will cause distortion.
The BLEND control allows you to vary the mix of direct and delayed
signals; it is set to the center position equal levels of both. FEEDBACK
provides delay repeats, or multiple echoes. If set very high, runaway
oscillation will occur. Fairly high feedback with short delay settings
produces a reverb effect.
The DELAY control determines the time between direct and delayed
signals, and between the repeats when feedback is used. Strange, eerie
and unusual pitch-shift effects can be produced by changing the delay
while playing, especially while using feedback.
The CHORUS/VIBRATO control introduces a modulation in the delay time:
slow for chorus, faster for vibrato. This produces a “Doppler” pitch
shifting in the delayed signal. A rich, vibrant chorus effect is
produced with the switch set to CHORUS, delay fairly short, blend at the
center, chorus set high, and feedback fairly high. When you determine
the control settings for your favorite effects, make note of them so you
can quickly set up the unit before playing.