The latest version expands on the original by adding a third “float” footswitch for a momentary hold function on the feedback control.

Holland, MI (July 27, 2017) -- Cusack Music has unveiled the company’s newest original design, the Tap-A- Delay Deluxe pedal. The TAD Deluxe expands on the original Cusack TAD delay pedal by adding a third “float” footswitch for a momentary hold function on the feedback control. There is also an additional micro switch to select whether the new notes played after the float switch is engaged are with effect or dry. Still present are the standard Cusack Tap-A- Delay functions like tap tempo, brake mode, modulation , and external tap connector. The TAD Deluxe comes with a custom “Grape Frost” finish.

Tap-A- Delay Deluxe features include:

  • Float footswitch to hold feedback setting
  • Wet or dry switch for added notes
  • Tap Tempo
  • Brake mode and tap divide switches
  • 750ms delay
  • 8 modulation settings
  • True Bypass
  • 9V power supply only (no internal battery connection)
  • Made in USA

$269 MAP/Retail, $269 Street price

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