Xvive V21 Guitar Effect Pedal Echoman Vintage Pure Analog Delay TRUE BYPASS
Product Code: Xvive-V21
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- The Echoman is warm and 100% analog sound dealy pedal with modulation, The CHORUS/VIBRATO switch introduces a modulation in the delay.
- Built around 2 re-issued versions of the legendary BBD MN3005 bucket-brigade delay chips, Up to 600 ms delay time
- TRUE BYPASS Footswitch to switch between effects and bypass status. Blend control allows adjusting the output from dry signal only to delayed signal only.
- Echoman run on 9V DC power supply, Applying internal voltage-doubling to achieve amazing dynamic range and heedroom
- The Echoman Delay was designed by Howard Davis, Master engineer behind the legendary late-1970’s
The Echoman, designed by guitar effects guru Howard Davis, is a simplified monaural version of the Xvive Memory Analog Delay.
Echoman uses two Xvive BBD3005 chips, classic analog-circuit sound, 600ms delay time, with a Chorus/Vibrato modulation effect, to add a deeper atmosphere to your sound. The Feedback and Time knobs adjust the regeneration of the delay and its speed.
· Xvive Audio proprietary chip design (MN3005 BBD)
· Up to 600ms of delay time with no aliasing distortion
· Buffered bypass with a 900K input impedance
· Wide bandwidth: good high frequency response even at long delay settings
· Feedback control allows self-oscillation if desired
· Blend control allows adjusting the output from dry signal only to delayed signal only
· High-tech filtering and noise reduction circuitry an excellent signal-to-noise ratio, even at long delay settings
FOR CHORUS EFFECTS
Set BLEND at 12 o’clock for equal levels of dry and delayed signal; set the delay TIME to very short/low; and set the MODULATION depth to high. FEEDBACK can be added to enhance the effect.
FOR VIBRATO EFFECTS SETTING
Set the MODULATION and BLEND knobs to adjust the intensity of the vibrato effect. Only the delayed signal is modulated. TIME controls the delay between the dry sound and the vibrato sound.
FOR REVERB EFFECTS
Set the delay TIME to short (low), MODULATION depth all the way down or low, and BLEND at 12 o’clock for equal dry and delayed signal levels. Set the FEEDBACK high (around 3 o’clock) for multiple repeats that slowly die out. Feedback settings just before self-oscillation occurs will produce a "bathtub reverb" effect that can be varied with the time and modulation settings.