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New from Guyatone is the TD-X Tube Echo. Not only does this unit mark a first for Guyatone as they move in a new direction of hybrid digital/analog effect units, it also deserves landmark status as the first Guyatone unit that was conceived and designed in conjunction with Godlyke, Inc., the North American distributor.
The TD-X takes the company's MD-3 Micro Delay circuit and combines it with a custom-designed filter array that allows the TD-X to emulate a vast variety of vintage and modern delay sounds including BBD, tape, and digital. The key to the TD-X's versatility are its two Simulator controls.
While most digital units emulate analog tones by using a simple high-frequency roll off, the TD-X features a frequency boost/cut filtering system combined with tube warmth and saturation.
The Guyatone TD-X features the following:
List Price $299.
For more information, visit their web site at www.guyatone.com