Pedal Review: Vox Delay Lab

January 17, 2013

Review by Ian Garrett

The Pedal: Vox DelayLab
The Point:A Multi-Mode Digital Delay Pedal
The Cost: $229.99
Find it at Pro Guitar Shop

If you’ve watched Andy’s video of the Vox DelayLab, he mentions at the end that he’s “only scratched the surface” of what this delay can do. He’s right you know – there’s so much more to this pedal. I’ll try to cover a little more ground, no easy feat when you have 30 different delays to expand on. I’ll highlight a few modes and how the pedal operates, as well. This is a pedal for delay freaks who love to have multiple delays at their fingertips, and love to tweak each of those delays to get that just the right sound.

30 Delay Types – Really?

By looking at the selector knob on the DelayLab, it appears there are only 10 types of delay, plus the 28-second looper mode. But the little “category” button just to the right of the LCD display does something special; for every mode you select, the category button gives you the option of 3 different types within that one mode. For example, if you choose the Tape mode, you have three sub-modes: Echo, Tube and Head. And even within that, the Head sub-mode gives you five different settings just by rotating the intensity knob. The DelayLab is not hard to use, but there is a lot of depth and options to each setting. But hey, that’s half the fun.

A Quick Look at the Controls

While the DelayLab isn’t overly complicated in appearance, I confess I had to consult the manual to figure out how to save a preset, and for good reason. Unlike a lot of delay pedals, like the recently reviewed TC Electronics Flashback X4 that gave you three presets, the DelayLab gives you ten presets for each footswitch, for a total of 30 presets. Creating a spreadsheet might be in order to remember every preset!

But most of the controls are pretty straightforward: time (the amount of delay, up to 4 seconds); feedback (number of delays), and mix (how much of the delay you want to hear compared to your dry signal, and yes it can do 100% wet). The two controls I want to highlight are the tone/speed knob, and the intensity control. These are almost the heart of this pedal.

The tone/speed control varies depending on the mode you’re in. Sometimes it acts like a conventional tone control, making certain delays brighter or darker. Other times it controls the speed of certain parameters, such as speed of a modulated signal, like chorus or phase. The intensity knob usually controls the amount of the effect being offered, like on the modulation mode, how much chorus signal you might want mixed in with your delay. You will probably need to experiment with every mode, and sub-mode to discover your own tone.

How Similar are the Sub-Modes to one Another?

You might ask, are all sub-modes similar to the main mode then? The short answer is no. For example, if you chose the Digital mode, you will find three distinct sub modes: Stereo, Lo-Fi and Pitch. You start with the standard Stereo sub-mode, which is a nice clean digital delay with separate left and right channels. (Quick tip: start with the intensity turned up all the way. Then turn it down, and after awhile you’ll notice in the display (in %) that the two channels are not in sync. The more you reduce the intensity control, the wider the two channels will be out of phase with one another– a very cool effect.) The second sub-mode, Lo-Fi, is a grungy lo-fi sound I haven’t heard on other multi-delay pedals before. The intensity controls a wide range of white noise, while the tone control adds some piercing high-end scratchiness. You can create some really unusual industrial-like tones in this setting. And finally, in the Pitch sub-mode, start with the intensity control at noon so as not to alter the pitch of the delayed notes. Move the intensity control in either direction to add pitch shifting capabilities to all of the delayed notes, either up or down. Here, each delayed note will go up or down in pitch determined by your settings. So yeah, many of the sub-modes are quite different from one another.

These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

I love using two amps in my rig, and the DelayLab is designed with this type of user in mind. There are many settings that take advantage of a stereo setup, where different things are going on with each channel. My favorite mode for stereo use, and one of my favorite settings period, is in Stereo mode, using the Pan sub-mode. Here the tone/speed knob controls the speed of the panning (going from left to right, back and forth). The intensity controls the depth of the panning. Keep both controls around three o’clock, and you get this great tremolo effect within the delay. It’s sort of like having a tremolo and a delay together in perfect synchronicity.

There were a few modes I expected to like right off the bat. The Modulation mode was very good, and if you like it on the venerable Boss DD-20, you’ll like it even more on the DelayLab. The standard mode has a terrific range of chorus/vibrato modulation than can be dialed in to be very subtle, or you can make it very seasick-like if that’s your thing. Other modulation modes include a Filter instead of chorus, giving you a flange-like feeling mixed in with your delays. And a different twist is the Phase modulation; similar to chorus, but it uses the phase effect instead. It’s nice to have this variety within one mode.

Jack of all Trades; Master of None?

Yes and no. It’s unrealistic to expect one delay pedal to replace many of the classics that are out there. For the most part, it pulls off many different delay types quite well and never embarrasses itself. There are a few modes I didn’t care for - not surprising with 30 different models to choose from that something wasn’t geared towards what I like. The Ambient modes weren’t to my taste, adding some unusual reverb and pitch shifting to create some unusual tones. Not badly done, just not my thing. The Dynamic mode has a distortion sub-mode that added some really harsh distortion to the delays that I didn’t like at all. On the other hand, there was another sub-mode within the Dynamic model that added some very nice darker tones with a nice tape-like warble going on, and I found that really good. The Dual mode also had an excellent sub-mode I liked. I could go on and on – but for every mode or sub-mode you might not be sure about, there are usually two other modes that might surprise you..

The DelayLab is a creative toolbox. It takes some effort and thought, just like playing the guitar. It looks and feels like a well-made product and has a very high quality 24 bit/48 kHz audio sampling under the hood. It features stereo ins/outs and an assignable expression pedal that gives you nearly unlimited control over what you can do with each type of delay. The DelayLab takes some time to figure out, yet it’s still easy to use. Be patient, and I think you’ll be justly rewarded. I understand Andy’s dilemma now, as I feel like I’ve just scratched the surface with this pedal. Highly recommended.

Rating: 4

5 – Tremendous product; among the very best
4 – Great value overall; exceeds expectations
3 – Definite contender, but look closely at the competition too
2 – Average at best; probably better choices exist
1 – Not ready for prime time


  1. Rodrigo Dias says:

    Thanks, but there are other modulations effect besides delay. If I would invest on delay, memory man should be better.

    posted on January 18, 2013 at 2:48 am
  2. Kuba Leciej says:

    I have it since relised. Beat down imho DL4 and 30presets hands down! good value for money.

    posted on January 18, 2013 at 3:12 am
  3. DR KRUNK says:

    No offense meant - but the comments so far are illiterate and add nothing to the conversation as a result.  I understand that English is not your first language -  You’d be better off posting in your native language and letting readers use Google to translate what you’re saying.  Cheers!

    posted on January 18, 2013 at 4:28 am
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    No offense DR KRUNK, but until now your comment is the one that added less value to the conversation.

    posted on January 18, 2013 at 4:35 am
  5. Doc says:

    Memory Man is NOT better.  Unless you get a vintage DELUXE memory man, AND it has been modded and aligned and had the time delay elongated, it will not sound as good as this.  NOR does it do anything but one type of thing.  The DelayLab is meant to be a modeler that does MANY types of sounds, and it does, and it does it well.  Vox did not PR this thing well, and so people dont know about it or think poorly of it without even trying it.  I sold my Deluxe Memory Man after trying this and buying it because this can get the same sound I was getting out of my DMM without clock noise, as well as countless other tones/sounds.  No brainer.  I’m a pedal junkie so take my advice.

    posted on January 18, 2013 at 5:21 am
  6. Rodrigo Dias says:

    “Memory Man is NOT better”: I don’t waste my time with people who argue like this. Sorry.

    posted on January 18, 2013 at 5:38 am
  7. Doc says:

    Master Dias - So sorry to waste your precious time, while I was trying to be helpful and give my insight.  I was giving you advice, not arguing, that I thought you and others might benefit from, but since you want to argue, dont buy this and stop arguing with anyone else who posts here as YOU are not offering anything to the conversation, especially since, as Dr Krunk aptly pointed out that you grammar was unclear as to what you were stating or asking.  I gave experiential (note NOT experimental) advice and honest and professional opinion from someone who has owned and/or tried more delay pedals, and dirt pedals, than most people.  People come to seek my advice from far and wide.  I loved my vintage DMM, I had mine modded and upgraded, and still it had clock-noise that was frustrating, and since have been able to reproduce it’s tone with 2 pedals ( the Vox and the other not quite on the money but close enough that most people couldnt tell the difference - Diamond Quantum Leap).  So I sold the DMM as I found I was using it less and less.  They are notoriously quirky in functionality (the older ones), and the newer ones dont sound anything like the old ones.  If you read guitar forums, this is almost universally agreed upon.  The Vox is a DL4 killer IMO as I have always found it kills my tone with other pedals and the emulations on the Delaylab I find much more true to tone sounding, and much more flexible (almost too tweakable IMO).  The Vox is meant to be flexible, to give a variety of sounds.  The Eventide Timefactor is similar but much more money.  Also, the Strymon Timeline is considered by some to be the holy grail, and others feel it sounds a little too digital and not organic enough or just plain old way too expensive.  I’ve unfortunately never tried the Timeline in person, would love to but cant justify the price since I already have 4 delays that can give me anything I need, as well as the Eventide Space that has some settings I use as delay for certain songs.  And the price is right for the DelayLab, and I feel it sounds very organic and analog, some dont like that dark organic sound, but I dont like all of the settings but it has more than enough that it is well worth the price and size.  I was trying to be helpful.  Im sure others who read this will appreciate my insight and thoughts if you don’t.

    posted on January 18, 2013 at 7:52 am
  8. Mitch says:

    Doc: I have to agree; I have no idea what Rodrigo’s original comment meant. I was fortunate enough to own an original DMM and an EM as well as such oddities as a chrome, tank of a Morley Phase pedal that operated in both auto and manual sweep modes. I was only fooling with guitar at the time and didn’t realize what collectibles I really had. I now make do with an Alter Ego, the Boss size pedal collaboration from PGS and T.C. I think the Vox would be a great investment myself if I had time for recording nowadays; as a pedalboard accessory I have to use a minimum of pedals as I’m handicapped now and can only move a few things.

    posted on January 18, 2013 at 10:36 am
  9. Greg says:

    First off,
    Thx Doc for some insightful comments, as a consumer on a tight budget I’m forced to do a ton of research and if possible hands on experience with effects before I shell out my hard earned cash for one. I think the market is flooded with choices right now which in itself is a good thing as more competition for our dollars should bring down prices on higher end gear. I applaud Vox for keeping the price down on what is a useful addition to the echo device lexicon.

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    @MItch - Thanks.  I too have the Alter Ego as well, and love it.  I also have the Diamond Quantum Leap, which twice the size, but is still admirably small and pedal real estate-friendly, while also doing double duty as flanger and chorus (although I dont like the pure chorus setting) and it has different filters that can make my Les Pauls sound strat- or tele- like, and it has a really good and easy to use tap tempo.  I also had to buy the Catalinbread Echorec, which is awesome, and a unique delay sound.  And although I bought it as a huge Pink Floyd/David Gilmour fan, I find I’m using it for more ambient alt music.  I haven’t figured out yet what setttings I like on it for overdriven Gilmour leads, but I love it for his rhythm parts.  They all have distinct uses and tones, and all small and pedal board worthy.  The VOX is definitely for either home use (or recording) for me.  Or to bring to a friend’s house to experiment/compose with.  But I spend most of my time in my man-cave/guitar room anyhow (and although only 50, I have become partially disabled myself but unfortunately still must work).  I use these 3 other delays going in the front end of 2 amps.  However, [only] one of my amps has an effects loop.  The Vox is placed in that effects loop with everything else going in front.  It sounds awesome that way, and it has no effect on the tone of the other pedals on my pedalboard that way, yet, works quite well with the dirt and other pedals that are simultaneously coming in from the front end.  It’s new so I am still learning to use it and what sounds I can and will use from it.    /////
    @Greg - Places like PGS allow you to try a pedal out and return it if you don’t like it.  That’s the best way for you to find what you want without fear of buying something you dont like and you dont have to deal with limited Guitar Center offerings (No Boutique pedals) and uncaring and not knowledgeable employees.  BTW, I do not work for PGS, although I have given them considerable money over the last few years :-)  I do find that they take a lot of time to talk to me on the phone, know their stuff WELL, and care or sure seem to and seem to like what they do.  They have suggested I order several pedals simultaneously at times to compare and send back the ones I dont like.  I havent really done that except once, and I kept both pedals because I liked both and couldnt choose between.

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    Hey Ian I keep wanting to look at this pedal to narrow down my endless chain of delay pedals I got but my one concern no one has really answered to me about this pedal and whether or not is can do the famous Brian May Stereo Delay sound with 800ms delay, followed by 1600ms repeat? Can it do it and if so can it do it well? Also can we get a vid of the song preset delays that it is supposed to come with like “Run Like Hell”, and “Where the streets have no name”?

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