TC Electronic Flashback 2 Delay Guitar Effect Pedal

Rp3.400.000 Rp2.499.000

Features:

Powerful delay pedal in a compact form
MASH footswitch technology puts expression control under your foot
3 tone print slots for saving your favorite tones
New crystal delay tone
8 delay types including the 2290-style delay
Quarter-, eighth-, and dotted eighth-note subdivisions
40-second looper with infinite sound-on-sound recording
TonePrint technology gives you instant access to custom presets made by top guitarists
Optional footswitch (not included) lets you tap in delay times
Stereo I/O
Analog-Dry-Through circuitry preserves your analog tone
Easy single-screw battery access

The Flashback 2 Delay from TC Electronic is a pedal intended for use with electric guitar. It provides multiple delay types, all accessible from one enclosure. With this pedal, you can generate pristine digital delays, delays modeled on analog circuitry, emulated tape echoes, and many effects you’ve never quite heard before. In fact, compatibility with the TonePrint editor allows you to create your own unique delays and store them in the pedal.

The Flashback 2 offers stereo I/O for multiple amp setups, or for use with instruments boasting stereo outputs. There are controls for delay level, delay time, subdivision, and feedback. A built-in phrase looper gives you either 40 seconds in mono or 20 seconds in stereo for recording material on the fly. A buffered-bypass option and kill-dry mode are accessible through internal DIP switches.

In addition to its true-bypass and tap-tempo functions, the footswitch sports an expression technology TC Electronic called MASH, which obviates the need for an external pedal, letting you manipulate various assignable parameters by simply applying more pressure to the footswitch. This pedal can run using a 9V battery or by means of a power adapter, available separately.

Weight 1 kg
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