Not quite sold yet but it does seem you get alot for your money. I'm still sold on the strymon el capistan but that doesn't have the presets that the flashback has or the 40 seconds more looper. However, I guess it's a different animal altogether really.
Hmmm I guess I will have to think it out again
Also, they don't have the Toneprint functionality. If you've never used a Flashback before, it's pretty difficult to explain how wonderful they are - even having one spot on the dial which you can swap out to any delay model (although I don't think it's really modelling) is really liberating. Having 4 is brilliant.
Trouble is, most people just think, "'ang on, delay's just delay, isn't it?" when in fact you get all sorts of reverse delays, modulation, tone, repeat patterns etc. You can even turn a Flashback into a chorus pedal if you want.
EDIT: For what it's worth, I'm on my second Flashback (sold the first one, then instantly regretted it) and I've never come across any problems.
Last edited by digitalscream; 18th September 2012 at 08:58 AM.
Originally Posted by nocaster
...so hearing the sound not coming from my arse is a weird concept...