A dual-channel delay that offers tap tempo and delay times up to 815 milliseconds.

Turenki, Finland (September 20, 2017) -- Rich, fat, warm sounds and well thought out functionality make the Mad Professor Dual Blue Delay one of the most clever, intuitive, and easy to use delay pedals currently available.

Short delay has a maximum delay time of 315ms and a fatter tone well suited for slapback and old-school tape echo tones. The long delay reaches 810ms and has a modern delay voicing, great for lead and ambient tones. Both delays have wide-range tone controls for dialing in the perfect setting.

You can switch between the two delay channels or combine both together for huge dual-delay sounds.Keeping the On/Off switch depressed for one second brings you an exciting rhythmic multi-head mode. A must-have for all instrumental rock and Pink Floyd fans. Also included is a tap tempo function for use on the long delay channel.

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