Those original pedals now go for around $1,200, making the MF-104Z welcome news for those who missed out the first time around.
All of this control notwithstanding, the MF-104Z’s real claim to fame—and primary justification for its high price tag—is its sound quality. Even at extended settings the delays retain much of their high-end definition, and they are highly musical and inspirational—making you want to compose music specifically to take advantage of the textures. Additionally, all of the controls work flawlessly, introducing no hash or goofy noises no matter how extreme the settings, and the external loop works flawlessly. The spaceship sounds are also to die for. I cannot praise this pedal highly enough, which is why it receives an Editors’ Pick Award.
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