A compact delay pedal that features four TonePrints exclusively tweaked by Barry Mitchell

Risskov, Denmark (August 27, 2012) – TC Electronic is adding yet another milestone to its already impressive TonePrint program by joining forces with the industry defining music chain Guitar Center and releasing Transition Delay, a compact delay pedal that features four TonePrints exclusively tweaked by Barry Mitchell - Guitar Center’s Director of Merchandise and an accomplished guitarist. Transition Delay is available exclusively through Guitar Center and Musicians Friend. 

Transition Delay features all the sounds of TC Electronic’s runaway success Flashback Delay pedal, with four added exclusive TonePrints that were meticulously customized by Guitar Centers in-house tone connoisseur, Barry Mitchell.

The first TonePrint, named EVO, is a tribute to one of the greatest delay units ever created - the TC 2290. It is a modern take on a classic sound, providing tone that harkens back to the industry defining, super musical unit it pays tribute to. The second TonePrint is FATY, a super fat sounding analog delay that begs for guitarists to dig in and do their worst. TonePrint three is aptly named DUCT and gives you a classic tape delay sound reminiscent of the revolutionary classic units that came out in the 60s. And, rounding out the Guitar Center TonePrints is MORF, a setting that is sure to turn heads with a tape delay that adds modulation for some truly twisted sounds.

Transition Delay Main Features
• TonePrint
• 11 Delay Types Including Looper
• Audio Tapping
• 7 Seconds Delay
• Stereo In & Out

The Transition Delay is available now for $169.99 USD

For more information:
www.tcelectronic.com

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