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Reverb & Delay
Reverb & Delay
Whether you're on stage giving the performance of a lifetime or in the studio putting the finishing touches to your musical masterpiece, reverb and delay are very convenient effects to have on hand when it comes to sculpting your sound. While they share many similarities, reverb and delay each have their own unique advantages. For example, if you're a guitarist who wants to put ambient effects on your tone to generate the illusion that you're performing in a theatre or auditorium, a reverb tool will do just the trick. As for delay, experimental musicians often use the effect at a variety of tempos for creating a spacey, psychedelic atmosphere in their performances.
Professional audio engineer are more than familiar with the name TC Electronic. Their effects are used by musicians and producers around the world, and their D-Two Multi-Tape Delay is just another reason why their equipment is so respected. Boasting cutting edge technology, this top seller provides you with true 24-bit resolution A/D and D/A converters, a standard delay line, a Rhythm Tap feature and six unique add-on effects. From Chorus, Filter and Reverse Delay to Ping-Pong, Dynamic Delay and Spatial, the TC Electronic D-Two Multi-Tap Delay is a must-have unit for anyone who takes their live and studio production skills seriously.
Eventide is another household name among audiophiles, and their DDL-500 500 Series Delay is an absolute miracle worker. Housed in the popular 500-style rack, this powerhouse features 10 seconds of pristine delay at a 192 kHz sample rate, low noise, high fidelity, superior tone and insert loop and relay bypass. Go with the DDL-550 and you'll quickly learn that your delay possibilities are seemingly endless.
And your options just keep going from there. In fact, the used section is constantly updating with killer reverb and delay effects processors from the likes of Roland, Lexicon, Alesis and countless others - so be sure to explore each of your choices thoroughly. Your best bet is to check back often to see what's currently available - no doubt, the perfect reverb or delay unit for you is most likely sitting in this catalog.