Moog Music MF-104 Analog Delay
Moog Music MF-104 Analog Delay

MF-104 Analog Delay, ディレイ/エコー from Moog Music in the Moogerfooger series.

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songboy 09/02/2011

Moog Music MF-104 Analog Delay : songboy のユーザーレビュー (content in English)

"Super Warm Delay"

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This is Moog's version of an Analog Delay pedal. When it comes to effects, it is a one trick pony, but don't let it fool you. With the right twisting of knobs, you can get some really out of this world delay sounds. This pedal is not editable through a computer, strictly CV inputs/outputs and audio. This is a pure analog design with all the Moog Warmth you could ask for. With the "Rackmount" kit, you can rack this along side two other MoogerFoogers.


There are Main knobs and two switches on the front face. They are very easily accessed and edited. The manual is very well written and can help you understand each function very clearly. I read it too be sure not to miss anything this pedal could do, but all in all, there is not much in there that you will need. The loop gain knob is the only knob that I have never really seen on standard delay pedals.
All you have to do to set it up is plug in the power supply and plug in your guitar (or keys, or horn or whatever you want).


I use this pedal with every instrument I can get my hands on. Most notably the Guitar and synthesizers I own, but its creamy warm delay sounds great on everything I put into it. The only thing that could be a slight turn off for some people is the nature of an Analog Delay pedal.....MUD. That is only a issue if you don't consider EQing your signal appropriately, but in most cases, the guitar and synth are usually "thin" enough not to be an issue. I personally love every sound that comes out of this pedal. Another thing you must be careful of is cranking the feedback volume to much and blasting your ears as it will continue to build until your head explodes.


I absolutely love the tone of this pedal but what I love most is the ability to "pitch" shift your delay sounds (by messing with the Feedback time) and not getting the alaising and other awful sounds you get out of digital delay pedals when trying to achieve the same thing. The only thing I don't like about the pedal is the absence of "Tap Tempo," which can actually be done on an analog delay by isolation the signal path (Diamond Memory Lane is a good example). If they ever release a Moog Delay with tap tempo, I will be throwing my money at them right away. I got this for far less than the original price (which is somewhere around $700) so I am extremely happy with the value. But, I would have paid full price if I had too. Top notch sound quality as to be expected from Moog. I have used a Boss DD 5 for many years as well as a Akai Headrush. Both of which fail to stand up to this Moog pedal. I would definitely buy this pedal again.