Xvive Memory

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Xvive

Xvive’s W3 Memory analog delay guitar effects pedal has quite the pedigree. It’s designed by Howard Davis, who was the brains behind Electro-Harmonix’s popular Deluxe Memory Man pedal. Like the Deluxe Memory Man, the W3 Memory delivers clear, lush, beautifully modulated delay repeats of up to 600ms powered by Xvive’s MN3005 bucket brigade device chips. It even features the same preamp as the Deluxe Memory Man. It also packs a punchier delay than most, making it suitable for leads.

Brand: Muslady

Color: W3 MEMORY ANALOG DELAY

Features:

  • Adopts XVIVE Audio proprietary chip(3005XVIVE BBD) with warm, natural and organic analog tone.
  • Supports delay time control, and up to 600ms delay time, no noise or aliasing distortion.
  • Complex rich modulation: both vibrato(frequency modulation) and tremolo (amplitude modulation) are combined with proper phasing to create a deep rotary effect; modulation speed and depth are adjustable.
  • Adjustable blend control, the output can be adjusted from dry signal to delayed signal only; with good high frequency response even at long delay settings.
  • Feedback control for easy self-oscillation if desired; input drive gain control allows use with the hottest guitar pickups at the lowest setting.

Details: Specifications:
Input: 1/4″ monaural Jack(impedance: 500K ohms)
Output: 1/4″ monaural Jack(impedance: 2.3K ohms)
Current Draw: 45mA
Power Supply: DC 9V adapter (center minus plug)(not included)
Item Size: 10 * 12 * 3.5cm / 3.9 * 4.7 * 1.4in
Item Weight: 378g / 13.3oz
Package Size: 17 * 16 * 8.5cm / 6.7 * 6.3 * 3.3in
Package Weight: 610g / 21.5oz

Note:
Power adapter is not included.

Package List:
1 * Effect Pedal
1 * Users’ Manual(English)

UPC: 792990293974

EAN: 792990293974

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  1. T. Reynolds

    Beautiful-sounding and reasonably priced. Highly recommend it if you’re looking for a decent Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man spin-off.

    T. Reynolds