Korg announces the return of the SDD-3000, its programable digital delay module, but this time in a pedal format.
Korg worked in collaboration with Dallas Schoo (U2’s guitar tech) to recreate this legendary 1980’s delay.
The 2014 edition has the same functionalities as the original SDD-3000, but they are enclosed in a stompbox. Korg also added some new features including additional delay effects.
On the menu:
- 8 delay types: original SDD-3000, Analog, Tape, Modern, Kosmic, Reverse, Pitch and Panning
- Up to 4 000ms of delay time
- Built-in preamp
- Filter circuit to change the feedback: high-pass and low-bas with multiple frequencies
- 5 waveforms to modulate the delay time (sinus, triangle, square, envelope and random) and ability to create waveforms
- Sync mode with 11 note values
- 80 Program memory (40 banks x 2 channels)
- LCR function to create multi-tap delay effects
- 2 bypass modes: “True” and “Seamless” (for changing sounds with the program changes)
- Stereo input and output
- MIDI In and Out/Thu on DIN connectors
- Expression pedal input
Discover the new SDD-3000 at www.korg.com.
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