Stacks FX has unveiled their first delay pedal called the Thsee Anomaly. The optically controlled delay centers around a robust LFO section with tap tempo and six multipliers.
“The LFO allows for a whole host of inspiring pitch swinging delays, from lush chorus and vibrato to wild rising swells and falling star-like tones,” Stacks writes.
It has eight waveforms to choose from plus a momentary swell foot switch that allows for an additional “slap-like hold.” The Thsee Anomaly also has an expression pedal jack for manipulating the effect on the fly.
The Stacks FX Thsee Anomaly is hand-wired and hand-built in Long Beach, California. It’s available now with a suggested retail price of $399.
Stacks FX Thsee Anomaly Delay Pedal Features:
|Delay controlled via an Opto-Coupler cell opening new tonal possibilities|
|8 Wave-form, 6 tap tempo multiplier equipped LFO section|
|Momentary Swell Foot switch gives an additional slap-like hold|
|Create new time-stretching delays, Lush Chorus, Vibrato, and more|
|Expression pedal jack make manipulating delay time a breeze|
|Hand wired and hand built|