Electro-Harmonix XO Deluxe Memory Man with Tap Tempo 1100




For over 30 years, the Deluxe Memory Man has been the industry bottom line for sweet organic delay and modulation. Prized by serious musicians, the DMM became the definition of attitude and character that still leads the way to analog perfection.

Electro-Harmonix has now created the ultimate Deluxe Memory Man equipped with Tap Tempo, Expression Control and an Effects Loop. Adding Tap Tempo ensures that you will always be in sync with the groove, wherever your performance takes you, while five Tap Divide subdivisions deliver rhythmic variation. The Expression Pedal Input provides real time control over Blend, Rate, Depth, Feedback and Delay. The Effects Loop lets you insert effects into your wet signal without changing your dry signal, making the Deluxe Memory Man with Tap Tempo the most powerful analog delay ever designed.

Quick Specs:

  • The sound of the Deluxe Memory Man with the addition of Tap Tempo
  • Five Tap Tempo subdivisions: dotted eighth, quarter note triplet, eighth note, eighth note triplet and sixteenth note
  • Delay produced using new old stock Panasonic bucket brigade chips
  • Five Expression Modes: Blend, Rate, Depth, Feedback and Delay
  • Send and return EFX loop allows effects to be added to only the delayed signal
  • Fully adjustable control over Rate and Depth of the modulation
  • Input for an External Tap switch
  • True Bypass
  • 9 Volt power supply provided




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