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Manufacturer's ID: JD-M169
What we say:
MXR's metallic green Carbon Copy analogue delay has been enormously successful with musician for the simple reason that is keeps things simple and what it does, it does magnificently.
600,s of blissful analogue delay are available here to take you form 50s slap-back to proggy dreaminess! The delay repeats vanish into the ether in a veil of musical fog, beautifying your notes and adding an authentic atmosphere to your guitar parts. With three simple controls (there are internal trimpots for modulation too if you take the back off the pedal) and a little switch you will be able to enjoy vast swathes of lovely analogue bucket-brigade delay, all in a small pedal that fits easily on your board and take s a standard 9v adaptor!
The little switch allow you to add a chorus sound to the repeats (not your original signal) to go even further into the psychedelic haze! It's a beautiful sounding pedal that no doubt will find itself on most, if not all of your sounds!
SpecificationThe MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay features a completely analog audio path for the ultimate in rich, warm delay—made possible only by old-school bucket brigade technology.
This design boasts an amazing 600ms of delay time with optional modulation via a top-mounted switch and a simple, three-knob layout that controls Delay time, Mix (dry/wet blend), and Regen (delay repeats)—all in a pedal no bigger than a Phase 90.
In addition, two internal trim pots offer user-adjustable width and rate control of the modulation for even more tonal options. The Carbon Copy will take you from crisp “bathroom” slap echoes to epic, Gilmour-esque delays with a twist of a knob. True hardwire bypass, single 9-volt operation, and stage-ready blue LEDs round out the package.
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