Brian ended his day in the Sam Ash Studio by taking us through his Wampler Faux Tape Echo Delay. This is the newest version in the line. It has the same delay engine as the others but with the addition of soft relay bypass switches, which Brian tells us are a better version of true bypass switching. The new Faux has top jacks now to help save us some space on the pedalboard, as well as a subdivision toggle switch to go along with your tap tempo. To top it all off, the Faux Tape Echo has an option for modulation if you want to add a little sparkle to your tone. This is set with 2 knobs – Rate and Depth – which can also be dialed to zero for a nice clean delay tone. Listen to Brian’s great playing examples as he takes you on a tour of his Wampler Faux Tape Echo Delay.
Wampler Faux Tape Echo Delay: Everything You Need to Know
Dave Stutts is a native of the greater Hampton Roads area of Virginia. He received his Bachelors of Music degree in Theory & Composition from the prestigious Christopher Newport University music school. He is a music composer living and working in New York City. He specializes in orchestral/symphonic work as well as pop and digital music. His scoring work has ranged from Chamber Ensemble pieces (String Quartets/Brass Quintets), larger ensembles compositions (Wind Ensemble/Symphony Orchestra/String Orchestra), as well as short film and video game work.He is also a songwriter and a regular gigging musician in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens. He refers to his style as Pop/Rock and Blues. His musical career began when he started playing guitar at age 5. He later progressed to Bass in middle school, Drums in High School, and finally Percussion and Piano in college. When asked, he has cited Michael Giacchino, Hans Zimmer, and John Williams as his major film and video game inspirations, and John Mayer as his primary pop inspiration.