Delay Basics - Dotted 8th Note Example

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Delay Basics - Technical Walkthrough Part 2 Delay Basics - Quarter Note Example

For this example, we will set the delay time to a dotted 8th note. This is relavent to the tempo you choose to play at - if your delay pedal has a tap tempo, you would tap quarter notes, and set your delay time to dotted 8th notes. Once this is done, you will want to play regular 8th notes, along the with delayed signal.

This technique is extremely popular in the Christian Rock scene.

Chords used: C#m7, E7M, F#m7, G#m7 - (see chart below)

Play around with these chords, and come up with some cool ideas, using the dotted 8th delay technique!