MXR M169 Carbon Copy Analog Delay

All-analog Delay Pedal with 600ms Delay Time, Two Adjustable Internal Trim Pots, and Blue LEDs
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MXR M169 Carbon Copy Analog Delay
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A True Analog Delay Pedal from MXR!

The MXR Carbon Copy analog delay features an entirely analog audio path, delivering rich, warm delay using old-school bucket brigade technology. The Carbon Copy boasts 600ms of delay time, with optional modulation via a top-mounted switch, and its simple three-knob layout gives you complete control over Delay, Mix (dry/wet blend), and Regeneration (delay repeats) - all in one incredibly compact pedal! For even more tonal options, you can also adjust width and rate control of the modulation via two internal trim pots. This pedal gives you everything from crisp bathroom slap echoes to epic delays, all with the simple twist of a knob. Stage-worthy blue LEDs and 9-volt operation round out this MXR Carbon Copy analog delay!

MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay Features:
  • Entirely analog audio path
  • Uses bucket brigade technology
  • 600ms of delay time
  • Top-mounted modulation switch
  • 3-knob layout with Delay, Mix, and Regeneration
  • 2 internal trim pots for user-adjustable width and rate control
  • Blue LEDs
  • Compact design
  • Uses a 9-volt battery or optional AC adapter
Expect rich, warm delay with the MXR Carbon Copy analog delay!

Additional Media

Carbon Copy Analog Delay User Manual
How To Get the Most From Your Delay Pedal: Part One

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Analog Delay
Maximum Delay Time 0.6 seconds (600ms)
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 4.75"
Width 2.75"
Depth 1.25"
Weight 0.84 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number M169

Customer Reviews

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Great analog sounding delay!

Not much to say, beautiful warm sounding delay, perfect for thickening out your solos!!!!

Sounds SUPER Warm and Natural, Very Versatile

I originally had a digital delay and, although it did sound pretty good, there was just something missing. This pedal has it. The delay you get from an analog delay is noticeably better and you have more control over the sound. You can use this to get a quick, slap-back delay or you can use it to make super crazy spacey sounds. It has everything you could need in a delay pedal. This is, of course, unless you need two delays to create stacked effects. That's why I still keep my digital delay on my board. Speaking of the pedal board, this MXR pedal takes up minimal space, so that is great. Fantastic pedal!
Music background: Hobbyist

Great ECHO, Echo, echo.

If you are looking for a great piece of equipment in the delay department, this is an excellent analog unit. I found it to be very sturdy with a high quality feel about it. It was simple to use with the ability to be very creative. I was very satisfied with the MXR carbon copy!
Music background: Old Rock Star

Great pedal

Great delay, easy to use, easy to get to where you want and built like a tank. Great value in the pool of delays we have available these days, which are many.
Music background: Hobbyist, semi-pro

Beautiful Delay

Warm, organic delay that doesn't suck your tone away! This little guy is perfect for slapback and long floating leads as well. It won't do pristine, digital delay sounds (high frequencies are rolled off on long repeats like all analog delays), but who cares. This is a tough, well built box with easy to use controls. I especially like the range of the delay time control: all the useful settings are not bunched up in one part of the dial.
Music background: 30 years semi-pro player
See also: Reverb Pedals, MXR, MXR Reverbs and Delays