MayFly Audio Releases the My Evil Twin Delay

MayFly’s new My Evil Twin delay gives unique delay with fail safe technology for bypass switching.

The My Evil Twin is a one second delay with pitch-shifting modulation. The secret sauce is the foot switchable modulation. From a subtle warble to full on-chaos, the pitch-shifting modulation adds a huge amount of depth to the effect. Reviews have noted, “Is it a chorus?”, “Is it a flanger?”, “Is it… is it… what the heck IS IT?”


  • Up to one second of pristine delay
  • Repeats from one to infinite
  • Tone control on repeats; changes the overall delay from a dark room to a bright room
  • Mix control
  • Full bypass using relays; good for over a million stomps
  • Fail Safe technology automatically switches to bypass if the pedal loses power
  • Cast aluminum enclosure with stunning artwork
  • MSRP $229.00 USD

MayFly My Evil Twin

All Mayfly pedals are hand-built in Canada and carry a lifetime warranty. More info at

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