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Delay/Echo/Phrase Sampler for Guitar from Wampler Pedals

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Wampler has launched a Christmas-themed limited edition of its Faux Tape Echo guitar effect pedal.

This special Christmas edition is similar to the Faux Tape Echo 2 but displays nice winter holiday graphics: mountain village in the snow, Christmas tree and snowman, with evocative control names such as “Ho, Ho…”, “Gifts”, “Snow” or “Elves”.

With its six level, repeats, shade, movement, sway and delay time, the modulation mini-toggle and the bypass and tap tempo footswitches, you can create a wide variety of effects ranging from tape echo to analog delays, with up to 800ms delay times (the signal slightly deteriorates after 600ms). The pedal includes true bypass and is powered by either a 9V DC battery or Boss-type adapter.

The Christmas limited edition of the Faux Tape Echo is available for purchase directly at www.wamplerpedals.com/limited/christmas/ for the price of $219.97.

 

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