Cusack Music Releases New Line of Pedals

The graphics are hyper-conceptual for the enlightened, intellectual musician.

Holland, MI (November 12, 2014) -- Cusack Music is releasing their new line of pedals, printed in a vintage-inspired, Super-Science vibe. The graphics are hyper-conceptual for the enlightened, intellectual musician. The sound wave background and the artistic interpretation control labels are new, but the trademark “lil chicky” knobs, signature colorful paint, and Cusack engineering inside are just as expected. Classic engineering with a new look and new price to match!

Cusack Music releases the Delay TME (Time Modulation Emulator) pedal. Printed in the new Super-Science themed graphics with the same great Cusack technology you know and love.

Based on the popular Cusack Tap-A-Delay, the Delay TME offers a scaled down version of their signature analog sounding 750mS digital delay.

Features:

  • Controls for Mix, Time, and Feedback
  • Toggle Switch selects between 3 Modulation settings
  • RCA jack for connecting optional external Tap Tempo Control
  • Tempo LED located in the clear Rate control knob

Cusack Music releases the Tremolo AME (Amplitude Modulation Emulator) pedal Printed in the new Super-Science themed graphics with the same great Cusack technology you know and love.

Based on the renowned Cusack Tap-A-Whirl (Worlds First Analog Tap Tremolo Pedal), the Cusack Tremolo AME offers up a one of a kind smooth, pristine tremolo effect in a scaled down version for those that do not need all the options of the Tap-A-Whirl.

Features:

  • Controls for: Level, Rate and Depth
  • Toggle Switch selects between 3 waveforms: Sine, Square/Ramp, and Square
  • RCA jack for connecting optional external Tap Tempo Control.
  • Tempo LED located in the clear Rate control knob.

The new printed line is available now for pre-order with shipments starting December 1st. Retail is $185 for each new design.

For more information:
Cusack Music

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