Strymon TimeLine Delay Pedal at a Glance:
12 delay machines with dedicated controls and 200 presets for a wide range of sounds
Each delay type in the Strymon TimeLine is fully independent and unique. Delays modeled after analog bucket brigade pedals and tape echo machines, along with unique filtered synth-y delays and bit-crushed transistor delays, provide a comprehensive experience that will make tone tweakers smile. But if you're the type of player who wants to dive in, find a sound, and roll with it, the TimeLine's 200 factory presets cover a wide range of ground from blues to metal to experimental.
30-second looper lets you jam over parts or experiment with delays
The TimeLine's stereo looper is a powerful stage performance tool. It's also a handy creative tool for workshopping melodies, harmonies, and delay tones. Record a part up to 30 seconds in length, loop it, then play over top of it. The TimeLine's looper lets you select its place in the signal chain, either before or after delay effects.
Strymon: a philosophy of quality
Strymon pedals are already an industry standard in professional-quality effects. Strymon is dedicated to offering exceptional customer service and, in their own words, making "gear that sounds better than anything you've ever heard." The California-based company uses only the highest-quality components and powerful processors in their pedals. And each design offers more tweakable parameters than meets the eye for fine-tuning your tone. This construction and dedication to quality are the reasons Sweetwater is impressed with Strymon, and why you can find their pedals on the boards of professional musicians around the world.
Strymon TimeLine Delay Pedal Features: