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MXR Carbon Copy Bright Announce Immediate Availability
The Carbon Copy Bright is a new take on the company’s legendary Carbon Copy analog delay pedal, renowned for everything from a slap back delay to David Gilmouresque (Pink Floyd) style delays. The bright pedal retains the majority of the qualities of its aforementioned sibling but brings a more present and articulate delay.
The standard Carbon Copy repeats have a dark, mellow wash, the Bright’s repeats are more defined with a distinct vocal quality. Both the Carbon Copy and Carbon Copy Bright have also been designed to be used together for more detailed delays.
The Carbon Copy Bright is also true bypass and has 600 milliseconds of delay time.
By Michael Storey
Posted on 5 Aug 2015 13:36 to category : Instruments News
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