I bought this thing on a whim at one point when I was delay'less, not wanting to spend much since I never was big on delay anyway. I just wanted something for a little slapback once in a while, but I ended up hating it and stuck it on a shelf with other pedals. Since I recently traded away a pretty nice delay and don't yet have an external spring reverb for my plexi clone, I tried the Behringer at modest ambient settings again just to see, which sucked me into using it as a more prominent delay, and I'm actually digging it. The darkness of analog delay works well with the brightness of a plexi. It's one of those cheapo Vintage Delays. It really is stupid how they labeled the knobs though. The 'Echo' knob is dry/wet, and the 'Intensity' knob is feedback. Those knobs should be labeled the other way around, or the more sensible traditional labels. Apparently there is an internal trimmer is these things to change the delay time range too. Worst pedal ever has been promoted today to not bad at all really. And some people replace the trimmer with a pot mounted sideways on the case.