Maxon AD10 and ASC10 now available
Maxon debuts its newest AD10 Analog Delay and ASC10 Ambient Stereo Chorus effect pedals for guitar.
The new Maxon AD10 Analog Delay and ASC10 Ambient Stereo Chorus are compact pedal powered by a 9V battery or external supply. They both have a buffered bypass switch and a LED status indicator.
The AD10 Analog Delay is, as mentioned by the name, an analogue delay which time can be set up to 600ms. You can also control the repetition and blend. Maxon adds that you can take it up to auto-oscillation ad a proprietary noise filtering circuit is included for the repetitions. European public price is 217€.
The Maxon ASC10 Ambient Stereo Chorus features a classic analogue chorus circuit with two outputs. You can adjust the effect width and speed with a wide amplitude. A built-in noise gate will help brightening the chorus. EU retail price is 210€ approximately.
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