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TC Electronic Bucket Brigade Analog Delay – New TC Electronic Analogue Delay Chorus Guitar Effect Pedal

£60.00

The TC Electronic Bucket Brigade Analog Delay is a fully analog delay pedal with a classically rich warm sound capable of everything from subtle slapback echo to 600 milliseconds of constant repeats. Get instant vintage echo from the classic dark sound of bucket brigade design. Add to this a modulation switch that adds a beautiful…

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The TC Electronic Bucket Brigade Analog Delay is in New condition and made by TC Electronic , it is a great Analogue Delay Chorus Guitar Effect Pedal – The TC Electronic Bucket Brigade Analog Delay is a fully analog delay pedal with a classically rich warm sound capable of everything from subtle slapback echo to 600 milliseconds of constant repeats. Get instant vintage echo from the classic dark sound of bucket brigade design. Add to this a modulation switch that adds a beautiful swirling chorus effect and you have incredible atmosphere for your pedalboard that lets you tap into the sound that defined guitar playing throughout the 70s. Featuring top-mounted jacks for signal input power input and signal output for intuitive space-saving design the Bucket Brigade Analog Delay comes in a compact housing to fit comfortably into small-footprint pedalboards or save space in larger ones. On-board dials give you control over feedback delay times and modulation depth providing flexibility. For a warm vintage delay effect to fit comfortably into whatever youre playing look no further than the Bucket Brigade Analog Delay. . Available from Just Pedals for only £ 60 All analog The vintage sound of analog delay is well-known for its warm character. Due to the nature of the circuitry bucket brigade delays tend to be a little richer than their digital counterparts. TC Electronics design approach has ensured this character is brought in spades but also made more versatile so it can comfortably fit within any style. A longer maximum delay time of up to 600 milliseconds also sets it apart from many vintage units allowing it to become a dark cavernous echo at the twist of a dial. Clean and clear While sounding lush the Bucket Brigade Analog Delay also provides the clarity and consistency we now come to expect from modern effects units. With a pristine circuit you can achieve articulate repeats that dont smear into one another. Additionally the built-in True Bypass system ensures that the Bucket Brigade Analog Delay is totally transparent when not in use. Compact control Capable of comfortably fitting into any pedalboard setup no matter how expansive or small the Bucket Brigade Analog Delay is built with ergonomics in mind. Line input power input and line output jacks on the top of the pedal ensure that your pedalboard doesnt become a mess of wires. Efficient design means that you dont lack control with access to every parameter you could need directly on the front of the panel. Reviews “As someone who is used to gigging often I think this delay pedal would be a saviour for touring musicians. It’s versatile and does everything you ask of it.” Gear4music Check out the full review here Features Vintage bucket brigade circuitry for rich warm echo effects Up to 600 ms delay time for atmospheric repeats Modulation switch adds chorus effect for dreamy effects controlled via depth knob Internal trim pot controls modulation speed for a variety of chorus options when wanted Compact space-saving design allows this pedal to fit into any setup comfortably Durable build quality allows for rigorous use in touring and studios True Bypass provides total transparency when not in useSpecifications Input: Mono 1/4″ TS unbalanced Output: Mono 1/4″ TS unbalanced Control: Depth Volume Delay Feedback Modulation Switch Bypass Switch Power Input: 9V DC center negative >100 Dimensions (H x W x D): 130 mm x 75 mm x 62 mm (5.1″ x 3″ x 2.4″) Weight: 0.29 kg (0.64 lbs)

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TC Electronic is a prominent manufacturer of audio processing equipment, including guitar effects pedals, studio processors, audio interfaces, and digital signal processors. Founded in Denmark in 1976 by Kim and John Rishøj, TC Electronic has earned a reputation for its high-quality, innovative products that cater to musicians, producers, and audio engineers worldwide.

TC Electronic’s product lineup includes a wide range of guitar effects pedals known for their pristine sound quality, versatility, and cutting-edge features. From classic effects like delays, reverbs, and choruses to more experimental and unique pedals, TC Electronic offers a comprehensive selection to suit various playing styles and preferences.

In addition to effects pedals, TC Electronic produces studio-quality audio processors and interfaces designed for professional recording and production applications. Their products include rack-mounted processors, mastering tools, audio interfaces, and software plugins, known for their transparent sound quality and powerful feature sets.

With a legacy of innovation and a commitment to quality, TC Electronic continues to be a trusted name in the music and audio industry, providing musicians, producers, and engineers with cutting-edge tools and technology to unleash their creativity and achieve professional results.

  • Analogue
  • Chorus
  • A “chorus” pedal is a type of modulation effect used in guitar and bass playing to create a rich, swirling sound that simulates the effect of multiple instruments playing the same part simultaneously. Chorus pedals are popular for adding depth, warmth, and movement to the guitar tone, and they are widely used across various music genres, from rock and pop to jazz and ambient.

    Chorus pedals work by splitting the guitar signal into two identical paths. One path remains unaffected, while the other path is slightly delayed and modulated in pitch. The modulated signal is then mixed back with the original signal, creating the characteristic “shimmering” effect associated with chorus.

    Key features of chorus pedals include:

    1. **Rate**: This controls the speed at which the modulated signal’s pitch fluctuates, determining how quickly the chorus effect cycles.

    2. **Depth**: Also known as intensity or mix, this adjusts the amount of modulation applied to the delayed signal. Higher depth settings produce a more pronounced and noticeable chorus effect.

    3. **Delay Time**: Some chorus pedals allow you to adjust the delay time, which affects the perceived width and depth of the chorus effect. Longer delay times create a more spacious and immersive sound.

    4. **Tone or EQ**: Many chorus pedals include tone or EQ controls to shape the frequency response of the chorus effect. These controls allow you to tailor the tone of the chorus to suit your preferences or match the characteristics of your guitar and amplifier.

    Chorus pedals can be used in various ways to enhance your playing:

    – **Thickening**: Adding a subtle chorus effect to your guitar tone can thicken it, making it sound fuller and more expansive. This is particularly useful for filling out the sound in a band mix or creating a lush, layered texture in ambient music.

    – **Clean Tones**: Chorus pedals are often used with clean or lightly overdriven guitar tones to add sparkle and dimension. They can impart a sense of movement and depth to simple chord progressions or arpeggios, making them sound more dynamic and expressive.

    – **Lead Tones**: When applied to lead guitar lines or solos, chorus pedals can add a touch of modulation that helps the notes stand out and sound more vibrant. This can be especially effective for achieving a “shimmering” quality in melodic passages.

    Overall, chorus pedals are versatile tools that can add depth, warmth, and character to your guitar tone. Whether you’re aiming for subtle enhancement or bold modulation effects, a chorus pedal can be a valuable addition to your pedalboard.

  • Delay
  • A delay pedal is a type of guitar effects pedal used to create echoes or repetitions of the original guitar signal. It achieves this by capturing the input signal, delaying it by a specified amount of time, and then playing it back. Delay pedals are versatile tools that can add depth, dimension, and ambience to guitar tones, and they are widely used across various music genres, from rock and blues to ambient and experimental.

    Here are the key features and functions of a delay pedal:

    1. **Delay Time**: This control adjusts the amount of time between the original signal and the delayed signal. Longer delay times result in more pronounced echoes, while shorter delay times produce tighter, slapback-style effects.

    2. **Feedback (or Regeneration)**: The feedback control determines the number of repeats or echoes produced by the delay pedal. Increasing the feedback setting results in multiple repeats, creating a cascading effect of echoes. Careful adjustment of the feedback control allows you to dial in the desired amount of repetition without overwhelming the original signal.

    3. **Mix (or Blend)**: The mix control adjusts the balance between the original (dry) signal and the delayed (wet) signal. Higher mix settings emphasize the delayed signal, while lower mix settings maintain the clarity and integrity of the original signal. This control allows you to blend the delayed signal with the dry signal to achieve the desired balance and level of effect.

    4. **Tap Tempo**: Some delay pedals feature a tap tempo function that allows you to set the delay time by tapping a button in rhythm with the music. This feature is particularly useful for synchronizing the delay effect with the tempo of a song or performance.

    5. **Modulation**: Many delay pedals include modulation controls that add modulation effects, such as chorus or vibrato, to the delayed signal. Modulation can add warmth, depth, and movement to the delay effect, creating a more immersive and dynamic sound.

    Delay pedals offer several creative uses and applications for guitarists:

    – **Spatial Effects**: By adjusting the delay time, feedback, and mix controls, delay pedals can create spacious, atmospheric effects that simulate the sound of a room, hall, or cavern. These effects add depth and dimension to guitar tones, creating a sense of space and ambience.

    – **Rhythmic Patterns**: By syncing the delay time with the tempo of a song using tap tempo or preset rhythmic subdivisions, delay pedals can produce rhythmic patterns and textures that enhance the groove and feel of a performance.

    – **Texture and Movement**: By introducing modulation effects to the delayed signal, delay pedals can add texture, movement, and character to guitar tones. Modulated delays create swirling, shimmering effects that enrich the sound and captivate the listener’s ear.

    Overall, delay pedals are versatile tools that offer a wide range of creative possibilities for guitarists. Whether used subtly to add depth and ambience or used more prominently to create rhythmic patterns and textures, delay pedals can enhance your guitar tone and inspire new musical ideas.

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