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MXR Carbon Copy Original & Bright Comparison

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Published on Jul 1, 2015

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When Dunlop and PGS set out to collaborate on the Carbon Copy Bright, the idea was to take the core that's found on thousands of pedalboards worldwide, and adapt it to players in search of a little more clarity. Because several players now chain multiple delays together, the MXR Carbon Copy Bright was designed as the yang to the original's yin. These two analog delays were designed to work with one another in addition to being killer units on their own. Each pedal shines in their own way, the original M169 with its darker analog wash and the new Bright with its vocal-like repeats that demand to cut through the mix. Utilizing a bright and dark delay in tandem boosts the stylistic possibilities of any pedalboard, especially when used together at different delay settings. Of course, the Carbon Copy Bright continues to be a true bucket brigade delay with the same extended range of 600ms, lush on board modulation and true bypass switching all in a compact enclosure made in the USA.

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