Laney is exploring the depths of delay weirdness with their brand new Difference Engine. The Difference Engine is ultimately a digital delay pedal with a handful of analog (modeled around the RE space echo delays), digital (based on the digital delays of the ’80s), and dynamic delays (based on the power delays of the ’90s) with tons of effects.
What makes the Difference Engine interesting is that it allows players to pick and choose different elements of the three aforementioned delay styles and combine ’em. The Difference Engine offers a 2.42″ OLED screen, MIDI in and out, and comes preloaded with 50 artist patches created by Laney players themselves like Tony Iommi and Vernon Reid.
Keep an eye on Laney’s site for more info.