Crazy Tube Circuits Unveils the TI:ME Delay Pedal
Crazy Tube Circuits has introduced the TI:ME, an all-analog delay/echo pedal featuring a compact design and high-quality op-amp. The circuit is inspired by the first digital delay rack units of the mid-late ’70s, which the company says had lower bit resolution and bandwidth compared to today’s standards.
“TI:ME is not your typical sterile and ultra clean digital delay,” they write. “With separate analog and digital paths to get best of both worlds, this retro inspired echo effect will warm up your tone. An all analog signal path featuring a high quality opamp is used for the best reproduction of your dry signal. Two digital recording devices, along with carefully tuned filtering, placed in parallel with the dry path give you the most ambient delay unit you have ever heard. Think of a Model 113™ rack unit; the repeats are really musical, reminiscent of worn tape echoes.”
The TI:ME has a tap tempo function and a tone knob for helping your repeats stand out. A single knob controls the modulation to adjust the rate and depth at the same time.
The Crazy Tube Circuits TI:ME is hand-lacquered in a copper color. It’s available now for $209.
Crazy Tube Circuits TI:ME Delay Pedal Features:
|Mix, Feed, M/Sec Knobs|
|Quarter, Dotted Eighth, Triplet Subdivisions|
|Power: External 9-12V DC|