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Demedash Effects

T120 Videotape Echo V2

T120 Videotape Echo V2

Regular price $225.00 USD
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Dimensions

125B Size Enclosure
Length: 4.7”
Width 2.5”

Specifications

Power: 9V DC Center Negative
Current 80mA
Soft Switching Buffered Bypass

V2 options

Analog signal path. 1000ms delay time max.

Inspired by the garbled audio that accompanies worn-out and poorly aged budget bin video tape, the Demedash T120 Videotape Echo gives you exactly the type of sound that you're hearing in your head when you look at it. 

Feed your guitar through the T120, and the recorded playback will be the sound of low bandwidth tape being fed haphazardly through a magnetic read head by an uncalibrated, unbalanced feed mechanism.

No DSP Involved.

The Demedash T120 V2, introduced in June 2020, introduces soft switching and two new LFO parameters - 'Glide' & 'Randomize', accessible by holding the footswitch down while the effect is engaged and turning the 'Depth' & 'Speed' Knobs, respectively. 

 

     


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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 7 reviews
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    Rem Dausch
    90s in a box

    Transport back to the days of big tube tvs and the whine of an old videotape. The best features are the random function and glide, those are just not in your usual tape delay. I am very interested in following that Demedash will produce in the future.

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    R.H.
    Great Pedal with Unique Features

    Lots of modulated delays out there but the T120 V2 is a stand out. Much more organic than a lot of the other options out there. When compared with the strymon volante they are both unique enough to warrant both pedals. The demedash certainly wins on real estate and the modulation options feel more natural. The strymon I feel like I hear the same programmed modulations repeating vs the T120 V2. With that being said the strymon is great as well and has a few features the demedash does not. Horses for courses as they say. I will definitely be checking out the other demedash stuff. Cheers everyone.

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    E.D.
    Swiss army knife

    The glide function is something I've never seen on another delay/chorus and something I never would have thought to implement. This really creates a nostalgic sound and I haven't found a bad spot for it in the chain. If it had sub divisions like the deluxe version this would be five stars.

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    C.R.
    Great delay of you like it modulated

    The delay on its own is good, not great if you have the modulation off (max tape, min on speed and depth) - think your standard boss dd-3. The modulation is great, and is totally unique. Even on low settings the tape quality offers an instantly recognizable effect to your signal. On max is still usable and not over the top.

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    N.
    Unique pedal

    This pedal as a very unique algorithm as far as the aged tape pedal sound goes. I'm very happy that it can go full wet. The alt functions are where this really shines, you can spend hours tailoring your own custom sound.