The DMM’s Tap Tempo feature is highly desired by musicians because it enables them to quickly and accurately set a delay time that is in sync with a song by simply pressing the Tap button in time to the music. This new delay takes that a step further by providing five Tap Divide subdivisions. The pedal always assumes that the musician taps in a quarter note. That quarter note can then be divided down to five other types of notes: dotted eighth note, quarter note triplet, eighth note, eighth note triplet and sixteenth note, to create rhythmic interest and variety.
The Expression Pedal Input permits real time control over Blend, Rate, Depth, Feedback and Delay while the Effects Loop lets you insert effects into your wet signal without changing your dry signal. Equipped with true bypass and a standard 9.6-Volt/DC200mA AC adapter, the new Deluxe Memory Man w/Tap Tempo will begin shipping in late March 2011 with a U.S. retail list price of $504.
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