Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man 1100-TT Analog Delay Pedal w/ Tap Tempo


The Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man 1100-TT takes the platform of what is probably the most widely-used analog delay of all time and tacks on modern features like tap tempo, expression pedal control, and an effects loop. With five subdivisions and full control over the rate and depth of the delay, all of the sound you know and love from the Deluxe Memory Man are here, though with the 1100-TT you can precisely tap in the tempo and control the blend, feedback and more with your favorite expression pedal. Leverage the onboard FX loop when you want to run other effects into the delay without changing your dry sound, and never want for another delay pedal.

Product Specs

  • Deluxe Memory Man 1100-TT Tap Tempo 1100Ms Analog Delay
  • Blue
  • 2010s

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Reviews for the Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man 1100-TT Analog Delay Pedal w/ Tap Tempo
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  • Incredibly versatile at an unbeatable price

    Verified Purchase

    I have been wanting to get a Moogerfooger delay for a while, but then I realized most of its features, including CV control, are available in this pedal at about 1/5 of the price, so I got the EHX. And I have to say, it does not disappoint! The sound is warm and clear. Blend and gain control are rea…

  • Great sound & functionality, but a bit too clear/sterile vs. the XO

    Verified Purchase

    I compared this to the XO version and ultimately found that I preferred the sound/tone of the XO. The 1100-TT actually had worse white-noise hiss than the XO version (which is totally odd, considering that the TT has 4 Xvive 3005 chips), and I found the tone of the repeats to be more sterile than th…

  • so good i bought a spare

    Verified Purchase

    I own two of these. just in case.

  • Verified Purchase

    I went through four different delays and this Is a keeper!

  • Fantastic!

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    I'm a delay lover. Right this moment, within reach of my board, are seven delays, with three more in the closet across the room. And four more at the studio! Wow, I didn't realize it had gotten this out of hand. So anyway, I just hooked up this new-to-me DMM 1100-TT and was immediately like, "W…