JHS Pedals announces the Panther Cub
JHS Pedals will launch on November 29th a more compact but improved version of its Panther analog delay stompbox.
Called Panther Cub, the pedal is a analog delay that uses eight 3208 Bucket Brigade chips and includes a tap tempo, an effect loop that only affects repeats, an expression or control pedal input that can be assigned to any parameter of the Panther Cub, and you can plug a command pedal to remotely control the tap tempo. Stereo effect fans can also use a TRS splitter cable and connect it to the Dry output.
Controls on the Panther Cub include delay time (up to 1.1 second), 4 modes for time division (1/4, 1/8, dotted 1/8 and triplet), and a modulation section is preset with speed and depth controls. Inside the pedal, a Roar switch allows for choosing between two types of modulation oscillation curves.
The Panther Cub is powered by a standard 9V DC supply and a true bypass is included.
Some stores already offer pre-orders for the euro price of 349€. Visit www.jhspedals.com for more.
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