JMK Pedals Repeater Tap Tempo

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JMK Pedals

Our delay comes in multiple formats, as simple as a single pedal sized delay with just three knobs to the more ‘deluxe’ versions. The Repeater Tap Tempo is the bigger, more complicated version of our Repeater Delay pedal. Featuring the same delay circuit, the addition of a Tap Tempo circuit  which adds to our regular Repeater by allowing the user to ‘tap’ in the tempo of the delay repeats. The extra control gives the user control over the time division that’s tapped in.

The Repeater’s controls are fairly simple:

  • The Delay knob affects the length of time between repeats, as short as a few milliseconds, and a max delay time of around 600 milliseconds.

  • The Repeats knob affects the number of repeats, with osicillation beginning to happen around 3 o’clock on the rotation.

  • The Level knob affects the mix level of the delay signal, with counter clockwise being no delayed signal added, and clockwise making the delay signal much louder than the dry signal.

  • The Division switch allows the user to select the time division applied to the tapped tempo, either 1/4 note, dotted 1/8 note, or 1/8 note repeats (in relation to the 1/4 note tapped tempo).

One neat feature of this delay pedal is that as you turn up the repeats knob to the upper range you’ll get some crazy oscillation as found in many analog delays out there AND the tap tempo control will also control the oscillating sound, changing the pitch as you tap in a new tempo. Another feature is the entirely analog dry path of the delay. Our hope is that this delay will be as transparent as possible when it comes to your guitar’s dry signal.

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