Hi, it doesn't have a very long delay time. It has buttons for sets of delays you can turn on, but they are all more like tight delays. each set a little longer than the first. You can turn up the feedback to simulate a reverb. These don't sound so great but are good for an effect sometimes. Where I think it excells are on short fattening type setups and to add a little space on really dry things without being obvious. There's a setting called fatty that is great on a vocal. The comb filter settings are great too and you can tune them using the feedback and delay time settings. The converters only go to around 7 Khz, but that's part of the sound. It has onboard high and low pass filters that are great for fitting the effect into a track, sometimes they're good to run something through just to eq it with the filters. A great piece, but not a replacement for a normal delay.