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Adineko Oil Can Delay

Adineko Oil Can Delay

Catalinbread

  • $ 19999


INTRODUCTION

Viscous echoes smear into a smokey, mysterious fog

The Story

Catalinbread started working on an oil can delay pedal (only later to be named ADINEKO) in the summer of 2012, about the same time they began working on the ECHOREC. They identified a number of very cool behaviors of the old units, though the differences could be dramatic from unit to unit and day to day (even hour to hour!).  The positive behaviors were a cool, bright, but dark sounding echo with a vibrato modulation that lined up with the echo time and a repeat quality, that had a fog which can hover in a neat way.

You’ll notice that each of the ADINEKO cases have been aged. It seemed fitting for this pedal, which is inspired by the old oil can effects, to physically look weathered and a bit stained.

OVERVIEW

As the folks at Catalinbread always strive to do when making something old, new again, honoring the old experience and expand upon it. Catalinbread's ADINEKO is no exception: the murky warble of the old units, traditionally only achievable when the oil’s thickness is incorrect, can be conjured a twist of the VISCOSITY knob. The warm echo quality has an expanded  range of delay time (TIMING knob), more so than any oil can unit could ever hope to achieve. The dual playback head is continuously balanceable (BALANCE knob) to favor one head over the other for interesting syncopation feels.

EXPERIENCE

To get acquainted with your new ADINEKO, let’s plug it in by itself, without your other pedals. Start off with a clean sound from your amp.

The ADINEKO can achieve the authentic oil can sounds, but is designed to model the mechanical concept well beyond what was possible in original units. Let’s set up your ADINEKO for an authentic oil can sound!

TIMING to 9-10 o’clock
VISCOSITY to 9-10 o’clock
REVERB to the verge of self oscillation

Now you’re hearing all of the hallmarks of an original oil can unit. A relatively short echo time on two taps, a vibrato in concert with the delay time, and a reverb that sounds like low lying fog coalescing upon the verge of a self-oscillating resonant point. To get more of the vibrato sound of a Tel-Ray Deluxe Organ Tone, use the above settings but turn the REVERB down and the BLEND up to taste!

 

 


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