The Delay Llama is a tone machine that will become an indispensable part of your sound adding warmth and depth through organic repeats which seamlessly integrate into your playing, courtesy of its BBD chips, faithful reproductions of the Panasonic MN3205.
Its straight forward traditional 3-knob layout is addressed to delay users who are looking to elegantly enhance their hard-earned tone, similarly to how a tape-echo machine would.
The Delay Llama can also be used with bass guitars.
Maximum delay time: 600 ms
DELAY LLAMA AWARDS:
ARTISTS USING THE DELAY LLAMA:
Bill Frisell, Marc Ribot, John Abercrombie, Nels Cline, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Daniel Lanois, David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Jim Campilongo, Dweezil Zappa, Alex Skolnick, Jonny Lang, Greg Koch, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Steve Lukather, Adrian Legg, Guy Pratt, Christian Fennesz, Bernie Marsden, James Sedwards, Kirk Fletcher
“...it’s the quality of the sound that will beat any digital delay!” Vintage Guitar magazine
“I used the Delay Llama on this last tour, and not only to produce vintage sounding slap backs ! Also: light and durable: important for me!” Marc Ribot
“I quickly dialed up a Rockabilly slap back that sounded very organic – very similar like my old tape Echoplex (without the squeaking analog tape!). Usually getting a slap back echo is tricky, especially on my Line 6, but because of the 3 knob design, I quickly got the setting. And it’s the best I’ve ever heard. I proceeded to getting some deep space sounds easily too. My girlfriend can borrow my Line 6, I’m converting to Delay Llama!” Jim Campilongo
“Around 1980 many of us got into bucket brigade delays, little analog echo boxes. They were a lot less trouble than tape and disc echos. I loved them and the sound imprinted in my mind. Then digital arrived, and as we played with the magical bells and whistles, we slowly noticed that it didn’t always feel right. In 2010 I plugged into the bucket brigade Delay Llama and thirty years fell away. I’m home. It feels good!” Adrian Legg
"It's so musical and warm!" Kirk Fletcher