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TC Electronic Flashback Triple Delay Released
Delay is something TC Electronic are proven to be experts in. From the legendary 2290, the D2, Nova series, even the original Flashback and the Mini and X4 ... as well as the Alter Ego pedals, well, you get the point.
Now, TC present the Flashback Triple Delay, allowing guitarists to have several different delays running at the same time. Powerful and inspirational, run up to 3 independent delays at the same time, with seemingly endless subdivision options.
You could run a tape echo through a ping-pong delay, then through a reverse delay, there are many possibilities from lush delays to otherworldly soundscapes that are easier to manipulate than ever before.
The Flashback Triple Delay also has the added bonus of TonePrint technology, which can be edited on Mac, PC or iPad.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 14 Oct 2014 16:00 to category : Instruments News
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