MXR Carbon Copy Clippage

Superlizard

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Some demo clips (all mono) which show what the MXR Carbon Copy can do.

Rig (clips 1-3):
Warmoth Strat w/ Callaham hardware - H/SRV single coils
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Fulltone OCD (slight boost)
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MXR Carbon Copy
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'67 Fender Deluxe



Rig (clip 4):
Warmoth Strat w/ Callaham hardware - H/SRV single coils
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MI Audio Crunchbox
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MXR Carbon Copy
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'67 Fender Deluxe



1) Surf's up! (slapback):
http://streamer2.soundclick.com/jarry_DL/23/05/freemp3/lizardpie+mxrccpipeline.mp3

2) With "mod" button on (listen for slight chorus in echoes):
http://streamer2.soundclick.com/jarry_DL/23/01/freemp3/lizardpie+mxrccparisiennewalkways.mp3

3) Longer delay (~400ms):
http://streamer2.soundclick.com/jarry_DL/35/04/freemp3/lizardpie+mxrccbrickinthewall.mp3

4) Max delay (600ms):
http://storage1.soundclick.com/jarry_DL/58/04/freemp3/lizardpie+mxrcctime.mp3
 

Superlizard

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Death by Uberschall said:
Can't go wrong with the MXR Carbon Copy.  :icon_thumright:

Right you are.

I was never a fan of sticking a delay in front of an amp, but then again we're talking about dealing
with 80's technology when I formed this opinion.  I've been using a "wet rig" 4u rackmount powered+speaker
rig in conjunction with (via line out tap on HotPlate) my "dry rig" amp for years so I could enjoy post-powertube
time-based FX.

However, this stompbox sounds fantastic in front and the delays do not get all jacked up even with distortion.

So, no more hauling around my "wet rig"!  The Carbon Comp replaces it for live playing... and my back is happy.  :icon_thumright:
 
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