H20 True Tone Delay/Chorus
I use this pedal at every rehearsal. It's my go to chorus and delay. It's great for lead and shredding. If you want that EVH brownsound for chords, this is the pedal that can do it.
I have seen a couple of reviews about static in the delay. I want to address that to help anyone who bought this pedal with that issue.
I too had the exact same problem. It's not your guitar or your amp that is causing it. But there is a solution.
When a guitarist sets up their pedals one of the things that has to kept in mind is delay before dirt or distortion.
If you plug your guitar into the in jack and then connect a second guitar cable to the amp input, when you stomp on the delay switch, you are in essence delay the distortion.
That is not desired. In fact the delay pedal has a number of good uses. One of them is for subtle delay in signal for guitar solos including with distortion.
Think shredding 80's metal solos.
The solution is to check the back of you amp for an effects loop. If you are lucky enough to have an amp manufacturer that offered an effects loop option great.
Simply plug a cable from the input of the H20 into the input of the effects loop. And another connecting the output to the output.
If your amp doesn't have an effects loop then you might think about investing in a reasonable amp that has an effects loop as a feature.
There are a number of good tube amps with an effects loop.
What its basically doing is putting the delay and chorus on the line level and allowing your guitar signal to be just the guitars tone.
Once you connect the H20 Truetone into the effects loop you simply grab another guitar cable and plug the guitar into the input sans or without any effect in front of the chain.
With an effects loop you can put all of your effects in the effects loop chain ,including volume pedals, wah. Everything.
The end result is a much more professional sounding delay, and what a sweet sound it is.
The quality is studio quality live.