Released in 1978, this is a rich, warm analogue delay and versatile chorus delay, plus some killer flanging on the tight delays. We like the sound of this unit – described by some as “syrupy”, it is also capable of some good, dubby self-oscillation as well.
Max delay of 300ms with easy switch buttons for general delay times (10ms, 75ms, 150ms, 225ms, 300ms) and then fine control, bass and treble tone control, and mod speed and depth. Inputs on the front and back and a separate direct out make this a solid unit for live or studio.
For the era it can be pretty low on noise. Definitely one to consider if you are a fan of analogue delays.
Serviced and working well. Condition is good – scuffs to the edges are the main signs of age.
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PUBLISHED: 24th Apr 2019
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