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By converting the highly accurate delayed digital signal into an analog signal and passing it through an analog control circuit, it is possible to seamlessly mix it with the direct signal to create a deep, high-quality delay sound. You can also store two types of delay times in A/B preset memory and switch between them using a footswitch.

delay time
The delay time is 1 to 2700mSec, and the delay time is displayed on a 4-digit 7-segment LED.

Switchable display mode
The delay time can be displayed by switching between mSec. and BPM. When setting the time in BPM display mode, the delay time is set with an accuracy comparable to that of a metronome, rather than a simple conversion display.

tap tempo
Accurately set the delay time according to the timing when you press the foot switch.

A/B preset memory
Two types of delay times can be stored in A/B preset memory and switched using a foot switch.

This function uses the current delay time as a quarter note, and resets the delay time according to seven basic note divisions, from half note to eighth note triplet. Now you can instantly set delay times at various timings that match the rhythm, which was previously possible without tedious calculations.

Analog mixing circuit with Vitalizer
If the direct sound is also digitally converted, the sound will be slightly delayed and cannot be called direct sound in the true sense of the word. CHRONO DELAY converts the delayed digital signal into an analog signal with unparalleled precision, and by passing it through the analog control circuit of ECHO HARDNESS, FEED BACK, and MIX, it mixes it seamlessly with the direct signal, producing a high-quality delay sound with depth. It is possible to create. Also, even when the effect is off, the signal that has passed through the Vitalizer circuit is output, so a signal that is strong against deterioration is sent.

Pursuing simple operability
The controls are extremely simple and easy to understand, and are designed to make settings quick and easy, without the complicated operations that are common with digital delays.

By connecting an external footswitch (unlatch type), you can set the tap tempo remotely. When you use this function, the A/B-TAP footswitch on the main unit becomes dedicated to switching A/B presets, making it possible to use the preset function and tap tempo function separately just by operating the footswitch.