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DigiTech unveils new delay pedal
Electric guitar players may be keen to snap up the new TimeBender delay pedal from DigiTech and Sound Technology.
The company unveiled the new product at the London International Music Show, where it showed off the wide range of features it offers.
This includes ten different types of delay, including reverse, chopping delay, variable speed tape and digital, reports Mi-Pro.
Each setting can be adjusted even further with a delay tone control, adjustable modulation settings, and even an infinite repeat setting.
This gives live performers and those recording in a studio a high degree of control to get their ideal sound, which could include emulating electric guitar heroes who have made considerable use of delays over the years.
For example, Brian May of Queen uses delays to construct his showpiece guitar solos, during which he builds up layers of harmony using a single instrument.
The TimeBender has the facility to automatically add harmonies to the delays, with options such as octaves, fives and thirds among the included presets.
Posted on 12 Jun 2009 16:57 to category : Music News
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