Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by future2future, May 18, 2015.
Looks like a delay of some sort. I can see what is probably 32 bit and 24/96. Pretty odd, if I didn't know any better I would think it's a converter of some sort.
Lots of discussion going on here guys: http://www.thegearpage.net/board/in...al-s-the-dig-and.1577544/page-4#post-20015486
Yeah, and you can see subdivision notes on the side dial. DIGital delay.
Looks like a recording interface.
Ugh, I will not buy another delay, I will not buy another delay...
I'm curious to see, if it is a digital delay, what the extras are. I enjoyed the digital mode of the timeline when I had it, but it always felt odd to me. I never could get it as percussive as a 2290, but what I think it did well was that warmer, early rack type sound, kind of like the MXR Delay Systems. Still, right now I'm not expecting anything to beat out the Flight Time Delay. It just sounds too darn good.
subdivisions can make sense on many effects. a Tremolo maybe or an Envelope Follower/Filter...
hmm some sort of digital delay / cab sim / digital recorder / interface in one.........? Never underestimate Strymon
either way, TAKE MY MONEY! even if its just a glorious digital delay