I came across this pretty great video (posted by dreamsinpolaroid) of Zach Schimpf using a Electro-Harmonix Memory Man w/Hazarai. He’s looping his guitar and playing some tasty lines on top of it. He also lays down some vocals that compliment the atmosphere very nicely. I first saw this about a week ago, and have had that melody bouncing around in my brain for a few days, thought I’d repost!
For those of you not familiar with the Electro-Harmonix Memory Man w/Hazarai, here is the official description of that pedal:
Electro-Harmonix’ Stereo Memory Man Delay pedal is a multi-tap delay, it’s an echo, it’s a reverse echo, it’s a performance looper with tap tempo, and it’s programmable… it’s got all the Hazarai! Designed for the performing musician, the new Stereo Memory Man pedal is destined to be one of the most creative instruments on your pedalboard.
The Hazarai knob is a rotary encoder that allows the user to scroll through the 8 different Hazarai modes. The following is a list of the Hazarai modes that the Hazarai knob scrolls through:
3 Sec Echo
1 Sec Echo
300 mS Echo w/ Modulation
3 Sec Multi-Tap Echo
1 Sec Multi-Tap Echo
1 Sec Multi-Tap Echo w/ Reverse
3 Sec Reverse Echo
The Hazarai knob is also a push button. Push and release the Hazarai knob to load your preset for the presently selected mode. Push and hold to save your preset into the presently selected Hazarai mode.
Electro-Harmonix XO Stereo Memory Man with Hazarai Delay Guitar Effects Pedal Features:
* Controls: Blend, Decay, Filter, Repeats, Delay, Hazarai
* Mono/L ad R 1/4″ input, Mono/L and R 1/4″ outputs
* Bypass Footswitch with LED indicator
* Tap/Record Footswitch.
* DC power input for battery replacement
* 24DC-100 power supply included