Keeley Halo Timmons Delay! 🤩🤩🤩

ewill52

Active member
initial thoughts after just a day or so...

Pros:
-FANTASTIC delay sounds
-multiple presets available adds to versatility
-despite smaller size, lots of control functions and switch options
-small form factor is nice - takes up very little real estate on the board

Cons:
-no display. A trade-off for size i guess.
-no editing software and USB interface - I've gotten spoiled with these and really like editing on my laptop.

Just some initial impressions. YMMV.
 

TheGreatGreen

Well-known member
No promises but it's not out of the question...

I would absolutely buy a version of the Halo with dedicated knobs for each control and MIDI.
I have no idea what the economics are but I'd be happy to pay $350 for something like this:

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LPMojoGL

Well-known member
I'm wondering how this compares with the Strymon DIG.
Obviously, the Halo has tape and analog modes, and presets.
My understanding is this is a dual delay pedal that melts into a reverb like wash in the background.
I find the DIG does the same thing. Almost like a reverb with some barely detectable delay repeats the way I set it.
 

That1Guy

Active member
Is it analog dry through
Ohh, sorry I should have @ you, we covered that already: There is an analog pass-through for the dry signal that runs in parallel with the wet signal. The dry signal does not go through the AD/DA conversion.
 

PhilC

Active member
Ohh, sorry I should have @ you, we covered that already: There is an analog pass-through for the dry signal that runs in parallel with the wet signal. The dry signal does not go through the AD/DA conversion.
Awesome. Now I’m interested. Thanks!
 
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