The first stompbox in TC history that lets you run three delays simultaneously.

Risskov, Denmark (October 14th, 2014) -- TC Electronic has been synonymous with pristine high quality delays ever since they released the now legendary 2290 Dynamic Delay back in the 80s. Since then they've continuously evolved their delay pedals, which reached new heights with the introduction of the ingenious TonePrint feature in the Flashback Delay. With the new Flashback Triple Delay, TC Electronic has once again raised the bar for what a modern delay device should be all about. Delay, Delay and more Delay!

Flashback Triple Delay is the first stompbox in TC history that lets you run three delays simultaneously, opening up an entirely new delay dimension filled with divine sounds. The Flashback Triple Delay also features 11 different subdivision types, and the option of running the delays in parallel or in series, which lets you infuse your delays with distinct and unique rhythmic patterns.

On top of that the Flashback Triple Delay sports 12 different delay types, 4 TonePrint slots for loading in signature effects, a tap tempo switch, stereo I/O, MIDI connectivity and an expression pedal input.

Flashback Triple Delay is available exclusively at Guitar Center in North America.

299.99 suggested US retail 299,- € EURO SSP £235 UK SSP

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