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Way Huge Electronics Supa Puss Delay Pedal  

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Overview

  • 900 milliseconds of delay time via knob control; 3 seconds of delay time via Tap Tempo
  • Subdivision control with Chase mode
Description & Specs
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    $357.13
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    $24999

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A brand new fully tweakable delay designed by Jeorge Tripps that combines the Aqua Puss and the Echo Puss to make the ultimate delay.

The Way Huge® Supa-Puss™ Analog Delay was designed by delay master Jeorge Tripps for exploring the farthest reaches of true analog delay potential, featuring an eternity of delay time and fine control over numerous parameters of your delay signal.

Tripps equipped the Supa-Puss with a total of six bucket-brigade chips, delivering up to 900 milliseconds of delay time. With the Tap Tempo switch, you can program in real time up to three full seconds of delay time for ethereal ambience. The Subdivision control allows you to set how your repeats are subdivided, and by switching to the unique Chase mode, you can set your repeats to cycle through each of the Subdivision values in different ways for maximum freak-out effects.

In addition to standard Delay and Feedback controls, Tripps included several controls for fine-tuning the sound of your repeats: Tone for shaping color, Gain for adding grit, and Speed and Depth controls for adding shimmering, liquid textures with the Supa-Puss’ LFO modulation circuit. For even further tweakability, Tripps added a true Mix control so you can set your desired blend of wet and dry signals.

Finally, the Supa-Puss has an expression pedal jack so you hook up an expression pedal for continuous, real-time control over the Supa-Puss’ delay time.

Features

  • 900 milliseconds of delay time via knob control; 3 seconds of delay time via Tap Tempo
  • Subdivision control with Chase mode

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Way Huge ElectronicsSupa Puss Delay Pedal
 
4.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Excellent sound quality (4)
  • Good selection of effects (4)
  • Compact (3)
  • Versatile (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Performances (4)
    • Amateur recording (3)
    • Home studio (3)
    • Outdoor events / games (3)
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    5.0

    Super Rad Delay!

    By C. Taylor

    from Tulsa, OK

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Compact Design
    • Excellent Sound Quality
    • Good Selection Of Effects
    • Responsive
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Events
      • Home Studio
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about Way Huge Electronics Supa Puss Delay Pedal:

      Although this pedal has its quirks, this thing does work. It basically seems to take that super warm, analog delay tone, and combine it with some really unique effects and features. I wouldn't say that this pedal has a "learning curve," but rather that it just has some exstensive features. To access the two secondary features (chase mode and trails mode)it takes too long to hold down the buttons. Once you get to the features they work awesome though, but they aren't extremely practical in an intense live setting, moreso for tinkering around with in the studio. As far as the construction and hardware, this thing is a beast. It sounds awesome, and the best part about it is that its range of effects don't only make this pedal super versatile, but it makes it the most unique analog delay with a tap tempo on the market. If you are thinking about this... Get it.

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      5.0

      what a great analog delay pedal

      By jamset guitarrist!

      from El Salvador

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      Pros

      • Excellent Sound Quality
      • Good Selection Of Effects
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Performances

        Comments about Way Huge Electronics Supa Puss Delay Pedal:

        This is maybe the best analog delay pedal in the market... period

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        (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        The Ultimate Analog Delay Brain

        By Lunk

        from Colorado Springs, CO

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        Pros

        • Compact Design
        • Excellent Sound Quality
        • Good Selection Of Effects
        • Many Options
        • Responsive
        • Sturdy Build Design
        • Tap Delay
        • Versatile

        Cons

        • Somewhat Learning Curve

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Any Analog Delay Needs
        • Events
        • Home Studio
        • Mobile DJ
        • Performances
        • Professional Recording

        Comments about Way Huge Electronics Supa Puss Delay Pedal:

        This is a little more complicated to learn than the competition, or the earlier simpler model, but you sure can get some alien life out of this box. This was designed for the sound and tone master's. You get this baby sorted out and will have endless creativity, especially after you put it at the end of your OD/DS effects chain. Man I play with this for hours, sometimes forget the time! Better than its competition, so just pay for it, or go lower. If you don't have the change, save for it! I ordered it pre-release drooling.

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        (4 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Memory Boy Deluxe Vs. Supa Puss

        By Jason Windell

        from Grand Rapids, Michigan

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Compact Design
        • Excellent Sound Quality
        • Good Selection Of Effects

        Cons

        • Difficult To Use

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Events
        • Home Studio
        • Performances

        Comments about Way Huge Electronics Supa Puss Delay Pedal:

        When I started thinking about a delay pedal, I started listing features that I found desirable. Analog components, tap tempo, sub divide, stuff that makes it sound good, and something that is easily operated and applied to live proformance. With those guidelines in mind, the two pedals that come to mind are the Supa Puss, and the EHX Memory Boy Deluxe. In my mind, the MBD soared above. The Supa Puss was poorly exicuted. You cant push the feedback knob or the gain knob past 12 with it freaking out. I know its analog, and thats what they do, but the memory boy has a much larger range as far as gain and feedback. Also the MBD has a dedicated subdivide button, on the Supe Puss, you push the fead back knob in, which can get annoying. On the other side of that, the Supa Puss has a dedicated tone control, where the MMD, you have to hold the Exp. button for 2 sec, and then it turns the rate knob in a eq. As far as modulations go, the Supa Puss takes that one, but only by a little. The Supa Puss also is a little cleaner ( aka sounds more digital), where as the MBD has a much warmer darker delay sound. The Supa Puss takes up less pedal board real estate, so thats a plus. They are both built like tanks. The foot switches on the Supa Puss are super ungratifing to push ( I know not that important, but common its a little important). The on/off switch on the MBD is a full latch, and the tap is a half Latch ( in my opinion more desirable). The final thing to consider is price. The MBD costs less, about fifty less, which if your a musician on a budget (which now adays who isn't), is a plus. Dont let the word budget scare you away, you get just as much pedal, if not more, for less. I ended up going for the MBD, and i dont regret it at all. It i an excellent pedal.

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