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Alan Judson


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 30 Jan 2017 11:05 am     Reply with quote

Any thoughts on the Joyo JF-33 Analog Delay Pedal?

I'm looking for a decent cheap delay pedal.
Thanks - Alan
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Jason Putnam


From:
Tennessee, USA
Post Posted 30 Jan 2017 11:17 am     Reply with quote

I have had mine about 3 years. It works well for me. Very quiet. I run it through my effects loop on my Nashville 112. I'm sure some would say it's no good because it isn't name brand and didn't cost 100 or more, but I like it. I will tell you to invest in a power supply. It really likes eating batteries!
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Charlie Hansen


From:
Halifax, NS Canada
Post Posted 30 Jan 2017 3:28 pm     Reply with quote

I have an Ammoon DD 2. It's a copy of a Boss DD3 and it works just fine. I'm sure the Ammoon and the Boss are made in the same factory. Really like it and it was only $25.00.
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Alan Judson


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 31 Jan 2017 6:03 am     Thanks Reply with quote

Thanks. I'll look into one or the other. Smile
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Mike Archer


From:
church hill tn
Post Posted 1 Feb 2017 12:30 pm     joyo Reply with quote

I got one and to me its as good as a carbon copy

pedal I use it when I play out but not on every tune

for the price you cant beat it

mike
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Ken Metcalf


From:
Austin Texas USA
Post Posted 1 Feb 2017 3:14 pm     Reply with quote

I have several Joyo pedals and like them.
The Tremolo is nice and I have an American Sound pre-amp.
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Paul Honeycutt


From:
Colorado, USA
Post Posted 4 Feb 2017 8:21 pm     Reply with quote

I have a Joyo Digital Delay. I liked it until the switch failed. I resoldered it and it worked again but now is noisy. I don't think I'd buy another.
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Len Amaral


From:
Rehoboth,MA 02769
Post Posted 5 Feb 2017 4:47 pm     Reply with quote

The new Joyo Iron Man series of pedals are very nice. Small with a flip top cover to protect your settings. No battery pocket in these pedals, uses a power supply only.
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Marvin Raff


From:
Tennessee, USA
Post Posted 5 Feb 2017 11:06 pm     Reply with quote

What power supply do you recommend for the JOYO?

Marv
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Len Amaral


From:
Rehoboth,MA 02769
Post Posted 6 Feb 2017 5:40 am     Reply with quote

I use a One Spot with the jumper cable that you can power 6 pedals. Works well for me. I think in the future, pedals will do away with the battery as most pedals eat them in a few hours. However, Boss pedals have used the same universal housing for decades so they may keep the design.

Interesting note, the Boss DD-3 has been in the Boss line for 25 years. One of my favorite Delay pedals. Boss pedals are made in Taiwan and that is OK, but they are also reintroducing the Waza Craft line that is an exact duplicate + duplicate of the early Japan series.
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Marvin Raff


From:
Tennessee, USA
Post Posted 6 Feb 2017 6:05 am     Reply with quote

Thanks!

Marv
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Jack Hanson


From:
San Luis Valley, USA
Post Posted 15 Mar 2017 10:00 am     Reply with quote

I recently purchased a brand new JOYO JF-33 analog delay pedal for $25.35 delivered to my mailbox. Sounds really good to my old ears, and it's as quiet as a church mouse. Lotsa bang for the buck with this pedal. For little more than the rental price of a case of Fat Tire, I view it as disposable, much like a BIC lighter. When it runs out of gas, in the trash it will go.
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Mike Archer


From:
church hill tn
Post Posted 15 Mar 2017 10:16 am     joyo Reply with quote

I have one that works great its as good as a
MXR carbon copy that ive had in the past
at a fraction of the costs

mike
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Len Amaral


From:
Rehoboth,MA 02769
Post Posted 15 Mar 2017 4:13 pm     Reply with quote

Joyo has a new series called Ironman. They make an analog delay called Time Magic and a digital delay called Quattro. They are tiny pedals with a flip cover to protect your settings. You need a power supply as they do not take batteries.
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