Keeley Electronics Sets Release Date for Eccos Delay/Looper Pedal
After two years of development, Keeley Electronics has set a release date for its Eccos Delay/Looper pedal. Originally announced at the 2018 NAMM Show, the new pedal will launch on the first day of the upcoming NAMM Show on January 16, 2020.
“Since its inception, the Eccos has gone through several revisions. The new DREAM microchip platform has opened up a world of new and exciting possibilities for us, but that comes with a price,” Keeley explains. “The Eccos has taken many forms and has gone through many developmental changes, the newest being a fully-featured Looper included it the Eccos design.”
The pedal is certainly packed with features. It has a “studio-quality delay with tape flanged modulation,” with lots of control including stereo ins and outs. It has three memory presets, subdivisions, trails, and runaway feedback. More tonal and time tweaking is had with the Alt Hold feature. The looper section has reverse and half-speed effects with up to two minutes of looping in mono (60 seconds in stereo).
“Create long and majestic sounding tape flanged delay lines and then switch to the feature-packed Looper to record endless layers of sound,” the company writes. “Dual stomp switches in delay mode are for true-bypass, tap-tempo and even endless feedback – but in looper mode they allow you to record, play, reverse, half-speed and even trigger a ‘play-once.'”
The Keeley Eccos Delay Looper will be launched at the NAMM Show with a price point of $249.
Keeley Eccos Delay/Looper Pedal Features:
|True Stereo Delay and Looper|
|Studio quality delay with tape flanged modulation|
|Features include 3 memory presets, subdivisions, trails, runaway feedback|
|Huge array of tone and time-based controls with the Alt Hold feature|
|Full-featured Looper with reverse and half-speed loop effects|
|2 minutes of looping in mono, 60 seconds in stereo,|
|Endless layers of recording|
|True-Bypass, and Tap Tempo on-board or remotely with any style pedal-switcher|
|Expression pedal assignment over any parameter and in any direction|
|Pro Rig designed, remote control thru 1/4″ jacks for live use with pedal switcher systems|
|100% analog dry signal, audiophile designed input to output|
|Stereo True-Bypass/Trails, switchable on the fly|
|9 Volt DC, 115mA low-current design|
|Made in Edmond, USA|