Lotus Introduces Yellow Delay Pedal

Players can create the natural decay and warm tone of analog delays with delay times ranging from 10ms to 580ms.

Duluth, MN (July 11, 2011) -- Lotus Pedal Designs introduces their Yellow delay pedal to the market. After nearly a year in the development stage, Yellow is finally ready for mass consumption. A blend of analog and digital circuitry, it allows for a wide variety of tones. With controls for Speed, Blend, and Repeats you can dial in the exact sound you are looking for. Players can create the natural decay and warm tone of analog delays with delay times ranging from 10ms to 580ms. The repeats start clean and are colored as they fade away.

MSRP: $189

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