I have a Strymon Timeline and a KPA toaster w/ remote. My question is this:
How much better (if at all) are the Strymon Timeline's delays than the KPA's delays?
I don't have much experience with either, but I am planning to do a lot of recording over the new few years and am wondering if it would be better to sell the Timeline and use the money for something else, or if I would be better off keeping it.
What can the Timeline do that the KPA delays can't? Any benefits it has over the KPA?
How exact can I make the delay times on the KPA? If I were to record using the KPA delays, would I be able to adjust them and make them as accurate/adjustable as the Timeline?
I appreciate your input!