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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...

June 29, 2004

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:

  • 12AX7A vacuum tube in circuit.
  • 1/16" thick, bent-steel chassis with baked enamel finish and air vent for tube.
  • 2600 milliseconds of delay time.
  • Delay Level, Delay Time, and Feedback controls with switchable Short, Medium and Long delay ranges.
  • Capable of self-oscillation at high feedback settings.
  • Analog Simulation control adds tube saturation on the Delay Repeats and is blendable against unfiltered Delay sound. Tape Simulation knob adds a preset EQ curve (ultra-low cut, high cut, mid boost and low boost) that is blendable against unfiltered Delay sound.
  • Dual Outputs (Wet and Dry).
  • True Bypass Switching using a 3PDT mechanical switch to assure transparent operation in bypass.
  • 12-Volt DC operation (Guyatone AC-12 Adaptor included).
  • 3-year limited warranty

List Price $299.

For more information, visit their web site at www.guyatone.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004