The new stompbox in Rocktron''s Reaction Series features two modes for delay time range, Quick and Extended.

Battle Creek, MI (July 22, 2010) -- Rocktron has introduced the new Digital Delay in its Reaction Series of stompboxes.

Easy-to-use controls include LEVEL, which determines the output level of the effect, MODE, which determines whether the Delay time range is Quick (62.5ms – 125ms) or Extended (125ms – 250ms), and REGEN, which controls how many echoes you hear. TIME controls the Delay Time selection.

The Reaction Digital Delay offers a smooth full bodied tone. Reaction pedals are built into a rugged metal slim form factor chassis, taking up as little space as possible on a pedalboard. The Reaction Digital Delay is a true bypass pedal.

Reaction stomp boxes run on a 9V Alkaline battery, or may also be powered by Rocktron’s DC OnTap Universal Power Supply adaptor.

  • Maximum input: 2dBu
  • Maximum output: 3dBu
  • Input impedence: 1M Ohms
  • Output impedence: 1k Ohms
  • Current consumption: 36 mA
  • Dimensions: 5" x 3.25" x 2.5"
  • Weight: 0.7 kg or 1.5 lbs.
  • List price: $119

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Source: Press Release and Rocktron's website

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