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Published on Jun 22, 2017
Buy Now: https://goo.gl/PxF1j1 Welcome back to ProGuitarShop and ToneReport.com! Today, we're getting a long look at the Rubberneck, from DOD. The Rubberneck is an exhaustive analog delay with more features than most digital delays on the market. With a ton of non-standard controls, the Rubberneck rightfully seizes the analog delay crown, giving you features such as tap tempo effects loops and several others that are mostly foreign to analog delay. Starting out with an insane 1.5 seconds of all-analog delay time, the Rubberneck doubles and triples down on the time control by offering tap tempo with quarter, eighth and dotted eighth subdivisions. A handy tails toggle lets you select buffered bypass, true bypass or buffered kill-dry modes for you intrepid time travelers. Aside from standard delay knobs, the Rubberneck also offers a rich concentric modulation section that ranges from a light spackling of shimmer to a well-worn dilapidated tape machine. A Tone control lets you lighten or darken the repeats, taking them well beyond the murkiness of a standard analog delay, or to a bright set of digital-sounding repeats that still fall apart like any good analog delay. A Gain control lets you juice the Rubberneck's preamp, for some gently broken-up repeats or some fully-saturated tape machine overload. For those looking to depart from typical delay lines, the Rubberneck's namesake function stretches and contracts the repeat pitch and delay time at a speed you select with the Rubberneck Rate knob. And if that's not enough, the Rubberneck's Tempo switch doubles as a Regeneration control, for momentary bursts of self-oscillation send your tone into orbit.