The Time After Time delay marries analog bucket brigade circuitry with the convenience of digital control and memory presets.
Valencia, CA (PRWEB) January 20, 2016
Decibel Eleven follows up its successful Dirt Clod Analog Overdrive Distortion pedal with the introduction of the Time After Time Analog Delay Pedal with Digital Control. A true analog delay pedal, Time After Time combines vintage bucket brigade technology with modern features and control.
"Digital delays are great for their features and preset control. But, they can't match the rich authentic sound of analog bucket brigade delay,” reports Chris Hern, DB-11 vice president of product development. “Now you can have both. The Time After Time delay marries analog bucket brigade circuitry with the convenience of digital control and memory presets."
The DB-11 Time After Time delay pedal is a full-featured analog delay offering more than ½-second of delay time, an all analog signal path and two speed modulation with adjustable depth. The Time After Time delay also stores up to 11 memory presets, includes TAP tempo control and allows for full MIDI control.
Founded by engineers and professional musicians obsessed with sound quality, the Decibel Eleven team has over 30 years of innovative electronics design and manufacturing experience. Decibel Eleven products are used across all music genres by touring artists including Steve Lukather, Bootsy Collins, Phil Xenidis - Bon Jovi, and The Barry Gibb Band and many others. Decibel Eleven is a division of MYE Inc., a Southern California electronics design and manufacturing company with state-of-the-art production facilities in the USA and abroad.
For more information visit http://www.decibel11.com, call (661) 964-3675, or write Decibel Eleven, 28460 Westinghouse Place, Valencia, CA 91355.