Retro-Sonic Analog Delay Pedal - DEMO

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Retro-Sonic Analog Delay Pedal

Note: This is our former display model and shows some very minor cosmetic shelf wear. Price has been reduced an additional $50

The Retro-Sonic Analog Delay is based heavily on the circuit from the original Boss DM-2 Delay pedal. Using this classic design as a jumping-off point the pedal scientists at Retro Sonic kicked things up a notch and added their own clever variations on the circuit. They also cleaned up the signal path, giving the Analog Delay totally noise and hiss-free operation.
Controls include Delay Time, Echo Repeats, and Echo Level knobs. There is also a tonal control knob that functions as a high frequency roll-off filter. This allows you to change the character of your repeats, varying the warmth or relative brightness of the delayed signal.

One of the most useful features of the Retro Sonic Analog Delay is the dual footswitch configuration, one True Bypass footswitch for switching the effect on/off and one for choosing between a shorter echo (up to 400 milliseconds) and a long delay (up to 800 milliseconds). With this functionality you can have both a nice warm slapback sound and a longer delay for solos in the same pedal. It's like having two delay pedals in one.

The Retro-Sonic Analog Delay harkens back to the warm, lush echo pedals of yore. It features 9 Volt DC operation, mono input, and stereo output with separate 1/4" outs for both the dry and delayed signals.