CAST Engineering Releases Casper Delay Pedal

The analog signal path flows through a custom-tuned echo processor.

Atlanta, Georgia (January 7, 2016) -- The latest offering from CAST Engineering; the Casper brings you classic analog delay tones in a compact, digital pedal. Simple and to the point yet extremely dynamic and versatile.

Designed to please any delay fan out there, tonally and visually. Our analog signal path flows through a custom tuned echo processor with a wide variety of sounds, from quirky trash can type tones to classic slap back to dreamy soundscapes. Topped off with our unique “Ghost Lit” control knobs. guaranteed to become a pedalboard favorite!

Features:

  • 3 knob layout – Repeats, Delay Time and Level
  • Up to 700ms of delay time to cover any sound needed
  • Internal trim pot – adjusts the amount of feedback from the edge of self oscillation to the classic analog space noises we all love!
  • 9V battery or standard 9v neg tip power supply
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Truly designed and hand built in Atlanta, GA

Price: $199.99

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