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Delays with infinite repeat hold switches

I'm looking for an analog delay with an infinite repeat hold switch. Currently my top contender is the Jam Pedals Delay Llama+. The Caroline Kilobyte also caught my eye, but it's "lo-fi," so I'm shying away from that one. It sounds cool, but I'm looking for something a little more classic.

I've also considered some digital varieties like the Timeline or the VM Superdelay, which have really impressed me, but I've decided that I'd rather just have something a little more simple and analog. I don't think I'd use all the bells and whistles.

What are some others? I've seen plenty but would love to hear suggestions.
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DigiTech DigiDelay has an infinite repeat feature.

DigiTech and DOD have had these features available at least since the 80's.
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Indeed! I'm looking for analog options though.
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I have a couple of great BBD style analog delays, like a Maxon AD9 and a Malekko Echo 600, but I'm looking for that switch for feedback freakouts.
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I have a Keeley modded Ibanez AD-9 that has the standard Ibanez switch bypassed, he adds a regular stomp switch for "off/on"...

So that, when you step on the regular Ibanez switch, it goes into crazy oscillation, based on whatever the current settings are, until you step off it.

Is that what you're asking for? Cause I 'effin *love* mine...
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Ooh that's interesting... that pedal's essentially the same as my Maxon. Where did Keeley put the stomp switch– above the original footswitch next to the logo?

Wonder if I could send mine off...
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The new stomp switch is covering the "EZ" of the Ibanez logo, above the normal switch. I'm don't think he does this anymore, but they pop up on ebay occasionally...
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