The only analog delay pedal you'll ever need.
Full Disclosure: I don't work for Way Huge/MXR/Dunlop, and am not getting paid for this review; but I REALLY love Way Huge! I own the Swollen Pickle, the Fat Sandwich, the Green Rhino, and the Pork Loin. When it comes to pedals, if Jorge Tripps designed it, I want it. With that in mind...
This pedal = MIND: BLOWN! A schedule conflict took me away from it, and now over 7 hours later, I can't stop thinking about the killer tones I was getting. This pedal has the richest feature set of any analog delay (and most digital ones) on the market (AFAIK). I won't waste your time rehashing the description. But I will tell you a few things you won't find in the description:
1. Like all Way Huge products, the build quality is crazy good. Everything feels solid and built to withstand the rigors of regular gigging or a lifetime of getting stepped on.
2. Dimensionally, this pedal is the same length and height as the others in the line, but it is a bit wider.
3. The "Gain" knob is VERY sensitive. Just a little dab'll do ya. Unless you WANT a crazy, out-of-control-noise-feedback-freakout, then go for it.
4. The modulation is awesome. I was able to add just enough to get a very convincing U2 "Bad" / "Unforgettable Fire" sound. Again, lots of range on these knobs, go slow.
5. The "Tone" knob is very helpful in getting the perfect amount of dark "grunt" out of your delayed notes.
6. Sounds great after a good OD pedal. Plays nice with other pedals.
7. For as much as it does, it's exceptionally user friendly.
I've used or owned most of the other delays on the market: Boss, Line 6, TC Electronic, Digitech. If I could only take one delay with me on a world tour, it would be the Supa Puss. It's that good.