This pedal has been on my want list for a very long time and I only recently picked it up. This is my go-to delay pedal for analog delay. The lo-fi mode is also really sweet and I find myself playing around with it a lot, even just picking random notes and seeing how wacky it gets. I re-recorded an old guitar track using a mixture of the analog delay as well as my reverb and I immediately loved how it extended my reverb without overshadowing.
My one single grip I have with this pedal, and hence the 4 star review is the limited programs on the ratio knob. For analog and lo-fi this isn't much of an issue for me, but when I try to use this pedal for digital delay, it feels extremely difficult to get to the ratio I want because I tap in and it's too slow and then when I try to program it to the next level it is too fast, so I end up just having to keep adjusting over and over again until I finally get to what I need. If the ratio knob was a knob that adjusted speed at least at shorter increments that would make me happy.
Regardless, this pedal is on my gig board as well as two other Walrus pedals and I hope to add more in the future!
Hey Colin! Thanks for picking up an Arp! Sounds like you are enjoying it. We admit that it does have its ups and downs. Have you checked out the Mako D1? That pedal is made to dial in the precise needs of digital delay! Enjoy! - Walrus Audio