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TC Electronic Flashback Triple Delay

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Price: $299.99

Condition: New
Item Code: ISI16067.

Product Description

  • Intuitive three-engine delay pedal with flexible engine routing gives you powerful delay effects
  • 3 independent engines allow running up to 3 separate delays simultaneously, in series or in parallel, to create completely luscious effects
  • Dedicated subdivision knob lets you assign rhythmic patterns to each delay, with 11 different settings giving you tons of creative scope
  • TonePrint-enabled to let you beam cool signature tones into your pedal with the free TonePrint App
  • Design your own customized delay effects from scratch with free TonePrint Editor for PC, Mac*, and iPad*
  • Tap tempo control to keep your delay effects right on the beat
  • 12 delay types and 4 spaces for TonePrint delays are on board to give you a broad sonic palette of legendary TC quality
  • True bypass allows for optimum clarity and zero high-end loss when the pedal is off
  • Optional buffered bypass mode prevents high frequency loss from long cable runs
  • Analog-Dry-Through maintains total integrity of analog dry signal path even when delay effects are engaged
  • Kill-Dry feature removes the dry signal path for use with parallel effects loops
  • Expression pedal and MIDI inputs for added external control
  • 3-Year Warranty Program*
  • Designed and engineered in Denmark

Additional Information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 7 × 4 in

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