Delay TonePrints by Steve Morse

Steve has a unique and very cool way of using his delay. He basically uses two stacks, one for his dry sounds and one for his delay sounds and he sets the mix between them using a volume pedal on the delay stack. Because of this, he kept things pretty straightforward for his TonePrint. There's no tap-tempo, just one delay time, a tiny bit of modulation and all knobs can be set at 12 o'clock for Steve's standard delay sound. With the Delay Time knob all the way down, the delay is so short it actually functions as a chorus too, which is exactly how Steve uses his second Flashback X4 Delay pedal.

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Steve has a unique and very cool way of using his delay. He basically uses two stacks, one for his dry sounds and one for his delay sounds and he sets the mix between them using a volume pedal on the delay stack. Because of this, he kept things pretty straightforward for his TonePrint. There's no tap-tempo, just one delay time, a tiny bit of modulation and all knobs can be set at 12 o'clock for Steve's standard delay sound. With the Delay Time knob all the way down, the delay is so short it actually functions as a chorus too, which is exactly how Steve uses his second Flashback X4 Delay pedal.

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