I finally got my Diamond Memory Lane Analog Delay. I ordered it about a month ago but got it in a custom color and a bunch of custom Mods done, so it took a while. It was Well worth the wait. Here's the info from the website - Costs $470 USD (Stock) - 550 ms approx analog delay time using 2 NOS MN3005’s running at 15V - tap tempo footswitch control of analog delay time, OR footswitchable modulation on/off: 'feature' switch allows selection of footswitch for either tap tempo operation or modulation on/off - vibrato modulation depth and speed controls - tilt EQ in delay / feedback path provides subtle control over frequency spectrum of repeats (from increasingly dark repeats to flat to increasingly bright repeats) - 'kill-dry' delay only output for amplifiers with parallel effect loops - inserting cable into delay only output jack automatically removes delay signal from mix output giving separate direct only and delay only outputs - true bypass operation for mix/direct output - pristine signal paths using premium opamps, polypropylene caps and metal film resistors - expression pedal input to control feedback level - ability to use standard 1/4" stereo to two 1/4" mono insert cable in expression pedal input to insert an effect or chain of effects into the feedback loop (can also be used to insert a standard volume pedal as feedback control) - LED flashes for visual feedback of delay time - self-oscillating feedback path with ability to shape via feedback EQ in realtime - analog voltage supply internally regulated to 15V for low noise operation and increased headroom in line level effect loops - rugged genuine Hammond aluminum diecast enclosure - DC adapter included The knobs are Delay, Feedback Section (2 knobs - EQ and Level), Modulation/Tap Tempo switch, Modulation Section (2 knobs - Depth and Speed), and Mix. It looks exactly like that (Kermit the Frog Green). First off, this is the first delay pedal I've ever owned. So take my review with a grain of salt. Review - The looks are stunning, the paint is glittery under light, and the knobs are really cool. Tough case too. The delays sound very warm and organic to my ear. The lowest delay setting is cool for getting an almost chorus-like tone. All the different parameters really make this thing a tone machine. I really like that it just doesn't do delay, I really like how I can change the delay sound (EQ knob), amount (Level knob), make it sound all crazy with modulation (depth and speed), and then be able to choose how much of my signal is direct bass and how much is delayed sound (Mix Knob). The Tap Tempo function is really great, I really enjoy having the 1/8th note mod (tap in quarter notes, get dotted eigth note delays). When in Tap Tempo mode you can still use modulation, but it isn't as pronounced. So you kinda gotta be in one or the other, Modulation or Tap Tempo. The mods I got were for an Delay Expression Jack, Mix Expression Jack, Speed Expression Jack, and Dotted 1/8 note mod (mentioned above). I haven't been able to use the expression pedal jacks yet cause i gotta get some exp. pedals (he recommends Moog exp. pedals). The modulation stuff is pretty wild. You can get some really vibratoed delays if you max the speed and depth. You can get the pedal to self-oscillate as well. If you put the feedback Level knob past 1 o'clock you'll start to get some self-oscillation. Pretty cool stuff. In closing, I know the Meatball is my "holy grail" pedal, but this thing is right up there as well. It sounds just terrific and looks very cool (especially on my pedalboard of technicolor pedals ), and fits in well on my all analog board. NOTE- With all the sounds clips (my own ones, not the manual settings) I tried to show the extreme examples of the EQ, Modulation, etc. It can do all the nice suttle stuff in between as well. I just wanted to show the boundaries so people would know everything that it can do.