TC Electronic Flashback Triple Delay

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A trio of delays of in one pedal that can run at one time.

One of the most recurring things discussed in the TC Electronic community regarding their Flashback Delay pedals, is that they sound so good that they wish they could have several of the delay tones running at the same time. The Flashback Triple Delay is the result of TC Electronic's engineers making these dreams come true and it’s ready to rock your delay-hungry socks off.

The Sonic Multiverse

Ever heard a tape echo run through a ping-pong delay and then into a reverse delay? No? Well it sounds amazing. With the Flashback Triple Delay you can go as crazy as your imagination allows and with the added function of running the delays in series or in parallel, you can go from lush divine delays to otherworldly soundscapes in an instant. Time and space have never been easier to manipulate.

Trippin’ On Triplets

As if having three high-quality delays running at the same time isn’t enough, TC Electronics has also added a dedicated subdivision knob that lets you assign different rhythmic patterns to each delay. You’ll get everything from dotted eighths to triplets and on to several types of dual delays. So whether you’re going for a smooth rhythmic-roll or a full-on psychedelic-trip, Flashback Triple Delay is sure to deliver.

TonePrints In Tandem

Flashback Triple Delay is the only delay pedal that lets you run several custom-tuned delay sounds at once. Imagine running delay TonePrints from Steve Morse, Guthrie Govan and John Petrucci all at the same time; the result is spectacular. Add to that the option of creating your very own delay tones via TC's free TonePrint Editor and you’ve got yourself one of the most versatile delay pedals ever made.

Features:

  • Up to 3 delays running at the same time
  • Seemingly endless subdivision options
  • TonePrint-Enabled

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1 review, average score of 9.5 / 10

DateUserVersionScorePositiveNegative
2015-07-06BearMan799.5/10  Sounds great, the parallel/series stacking options, Toneprint slots, stereo in/out + all other functionsSometimes I wish that the 'MIX' knob would work as a mix knob between dry/fx signal, not just as fx level w/ dry signal always at unity gain

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