Echobox – Modulated Delay
Out of Production
Check out the new Echobox v2 This page is for the original echobox, which was discontinued in 2012
We started out with a great delay sound, added intuitive and useful features. Lush – Sweet – Swirly – Ambient. The sound of the Echobox Modulated Delay is somewhere between a digital and analog delay, but without the coldness of the the typical digital delay, or the sometimes “clicky” artifacts heard with analog delays. The repeats degrade each time they are recycled, but without any of the clicking, or popping often caused by “noise reduction” compandor circuits in older delays. Instead, Echobox uses a discrete noise reduction circuit designed from the ground up.
Natural decay mode allows the echo effect to naturally trail off after being bypassed. (With this feature off the pedal is true bypass)
The modulation can be turned completely off, add a little tape-like warble, or push your tone to near insanity.
Maximum delay time is around 800ms. Delay times beyond 500ms are a little “lo-fi.” Infinite repeats are possible, and the scaling of the repeat knob can be altered via an internal trimpot.
Notes about The Echobox:
Can be powered by a 9 volt battery or a regulated 9VDC to 12VDC adaptor with a negative center