Sonic State Studio / Effects Units / DELTA LAB Effectron II

Average rating: 8.7/10 out of 10

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L0VECHILD a part-timer user from Canada writes:
? OH man , I have stumbled upon this wicked awesome unit, I was just curious about the price... what are these things worth these days? is there something worth trading it for? i think this piece is amazing, its just that it is limited and im looking for a quality piece with more functions, but being able to change all the stuff, knobs and things, i've never seen that on any other delay/flang pedals...

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Monday, 21-Apr-08 at 13:20
mateo loco a part-timer user from usa writes:
ok, whoever wrote the original review was definitly on crack. the adm1024 effectronII has the following connections: input, output, repeat, bypass, and control(not 2in,2out). there is no EQ and no "digital zip" connection(???). it is not cheap either. built like a tank, these things never die. and noisy? its 25 years old and quieter than alot of new delays on the market. it has an infinite loop feature and freq mod. a true classic and a must have for any studio.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Friday, 15-Apr-05 at 5:46
Rob Novak a part-timer user from USA writes:
I don't know what the original reviewer was smoking, or even if he's actually used an Effectron, but the Delta Labs pieces are highly-sought for a reason. Yes, it only does delay effects (echo, flange, chorus, loops), but everything is editable in real-time on the front panel. Yes, it's a little noisy and lo-fi, but it's got a certain charm, usefulness, and musicality that many modern DSP units lack. They're also built like a tank. They were early 80's units, and many are still in excellent condition or can be easily restored. I wouldn't trade mine for anything.

See my complete take on this box here: http://www.ugotawanit.com/effectron.htm

Rating: 8 out of 10 posted Thursday, 27-Sep-01 at 19:18
jackson from US writes:
very cool unit, I have 3 and a compueffectron, and a adm 64. I bought a bunch when factory closed out in MASS. Some guy showed up with a pickup truck FULL of these things!! my first DD, and I still LOVE it!!!

Rating: 7 out of 10 posted Wednesday, 20-Sep-00 at 15:22
Scott a Professional user from USA writes:
I think the Effectron II can be very powerful when used correctly. Its very warm (fuzzy as well). I like tweakin my delays on the fly, don't like numbers, this piece is perfect for that. Also, dig the "infinite repeat" button, it turns it into a sampler on the fly. If anyone has one for sale I would be very interested in purchasing it.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Wednesday, 22-Sep-99 at 16:58
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