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GALLERY: NAMM 2016 Day 3

A few highlights from Day 3 of NAMM.


Alexander Pedals' two new delays—the Super Radical and the Oblivion—feature extensive controllability via expression pedal, preset selections, tap-tempo, and editing via third-party apps. The Super Rad yields '80s-style modulation, as well as other weird glitchiness, while the Oblivion emulates analog delay, tape delay, multi-head tape delay, and oil-can delay sounds.