The Tom'sline ADL-1 Delay guitar pedal is a low noise, Digital Integrated circuit delay pedal designed to add breadth and expanse to your guitar sound. The orange coloured brushed metal effect of the aluminium alloy chassis marries good looks with the strength to withstand onstage stomping.
The Tom'sline ADL-1 Delay pedal has three knobs to help you scope your sound to your preference. The 'Time' knob adjusts the delay time and allows you to select anything from 50ms to 400ms and the 'Feedback' knob controls how many repeats you hear so you can select anything from quick slapback to infinite space. The 'Effect Level' knob controls the output level of the delay sound, turning the knob fully clockwise will give you equal sound level to the original note you play whereas fully counter-clockwise will make no sound at all.
The pedal can be powered by either a 9V adapter or 9V battery and the LED Indicator is bright enough to be seen on any stage. If you're using a battery the LED will dim when power is low so you're forewarned if you're low on power. As you'd expect on any stompbox the input jack is on the right and the output on the left.
It's imperative to have reliable and robust gear when you're playing on stage and the Tom'sline ADL-1 Delay is no exception. The chassis is solid and built to stand firm against the heaviest foot. The pedal switch is True Bypass so you can rest assured it won't colour your tone whilst disengaged.
Manufacturer Tom'sline Model ADL-1 Delay Delay Time 50ms - 400ms Max Input Level 1.5Vrms Input Impedance 1 kohm Max Output Level 1.5Vrms Output Impedance 150 ohm Output Noise Voltage -90dBV Recommended Load Impedance 10 kohm Power Supply DC 9V battery or AC adapter Current Draw 23 mA (DC 9V) Total Harmonic Distortion 50ms - 0.15% / 200ms -0.53% / 400ms 1.3% Dimensions 115(l) x 73(w) x 48mm(d) Weight (including battery) 270g Controls Time
True Bypass Footswitch
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