MXR has released a deluxe version of their Carbon Copy analog delay with a load of new features. The pedal now has an extended delay time of up to 1.2 seconds as well as tap tempo functionality. A Tap Division feature allows for four subdivisions: dotted 8ths, 8ths, triplets, and 16ths.
It also has more tonal options. In addition to the original pedal’s “dark, mellow wash,” you can get a “vibrant articulation” with a Bright switch. A Mod switch lets you use the Speed and Width controls to shape your repeats. Programmable presets let you recall your settings at the press of a button.
Other features include an expression jack, an internal line/instrument level switch, and a Dry Kill switch to give you a “wet only” effect. The pedal operates with true bypass and 9-volt battery operation.
The MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe Analog Delay will be shipping this year with a street price of $229.99.
MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe Analog Delay Pedal Features:
|Same warm analog sound as the original Carbon Copy Analog Delay|
|Now has twice as much delay time on tap—up to 1.2 seconds|
|Tap Tempo switch & four different subdivisions synchronize repeats & song|
|Mod switch adds character and texture to repeats|
|Bright switch engages vibrant, articulate Carbon Copy Bright sound|
|Programmable presets for easy recall of your favorite settings|
|Internal Line/Instrument Level switch for FX loops and Dry Kill switch for studio-friendly “wet only” effect|
|Expression jack allows for external control of various functions|
|True bypass with 9-volt battery operation|