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M5/M9 Echoplex

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I have an M9 and M5.  Use them in my A & B rigs.   Delay/Echo has eluded me.  I don't guess I have the patience.  I play in a cover band and we are doing Her Strut by Bob Seger.  I know Pete Carr played lead on the tune and supposedly used an Echoplex.   I can't seem to get either EchoPlex model to do that repeat after each riff.  Any ideas as to achieve that?   Thanx in advance for helping this old man.

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Hi es336td, I checked out the song and was able to get fairly close to the delay sound you are after. I used the the tube echo model. Mix: 50%, Feedback 50-60%, Wow/Flutter 20-30%, Drive 20-30%. I set the time option to a quarter note that I synced with the tap tempo footswitch. To change from milliseconds to note values turn the corresponding knob all the way to the right until it switches to note values, from there you can turn the knob left for other note values.

I hope this helped, let me know if you need anymore info! 

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Fantastic!  As soon as I get time to play with it, I definitely will.  Thank you!

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Hi es336td, I checked out the song and was able to get fairly close to the delay sound you are after. I used the the tube echo model. Mix: 50%, Feedback 50-60%, Wow/Flutter 20-30%, Drive 20-30%. I set the time option to a quarter note that I synced with the tap tempo footswitch. To change from milliseconds to note values turn the corresponding knob all the way to the right until it switches to note values, from there you can turn the knob left for other note values.

I hope this helped, let me know if you need anymore info! 

Well, I finally broke down and set it up.  I am not to keen on my musical notes, so the 1/4 is the one with the line and the little circle near the bottom?  Any way, I did the one that had the circle filled in with a dot beside it.  That seemed to do what I needed.   Got a gig tonight, so we'll see.  Thanx again.

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