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Godlyke Announces Maxon AD10 Analog Delay and ASC10 Stereo Chorus Pedals

Godlyke Maxon AD10 Analog Delay and ASC10 Stereo Chorus PedalsGodlyke has released two new Maxon effects pedals: the AD10 Analog Delay and the ASC10 Ambient Stereo Chorus. Both models are a part of the brand’s new Compact Series and are housed in chassis with reduced footprints. Other common features include an easy-access battery door, an LED status indicator, 9-volt battery or AC power options, and buffered bypass switching.

The Maxon AD10 Analog Delay offers up to 600 milliseconds of delay from all-analog circuitry. Its delay repeats are tuned via special filtering to reduce distortion, while its minimalist control setup allows for dialing in delay effects ranging from double-tracking to faux reverb and more.

The Ambient Stereo Chorus is also an analog circuit and offers stereo outputs. Godlyke describes its chorusing effect as “set especially wide in the stereo spectrum,” which gives a lush tonality.

The Maxon AD10 Analog Delay and the ASC10 Ambient Stereo Chorus are in stock now and carry street prices of $249 and $229, respectively. For more info, check out the Godlyke website.

Maxon AD10 Analog Delay Details:

  • 600 millisecond analog delay
  • Warm, organic delay tone with low noise
  • Delay Time, Blend and Repeat controls
  • Proprietary noise filtering circuit for delay repeats
  • Capable of self-oscillation effects
  • Works in FX loop or front-end of amp

Maxon ASC10 Ambient Stereo Chorus Details:

  • Classic analog chorus circuit
  • Wide stereo split sounds like 2 guitars playing at once
  • Rate and Depth controls with extended operation range
  • Stereo outputs
  • Works in FX loop or front-end of amp