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T120 Videotape Echo Deluxe V2

T120 Videotape Echo Deluxe V2

Regular price $325.00 USD
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Analog signal path. 1200ms Max delay time.

The "T120 Deluxe" , has all the attributes of his litte brother, the V2, with these brand new Features.

Tap Tempo Tape Tapestry: 4 selectable tap divisions allow you to choose whether you'd like to use Quarter notes, Dotted Eighths, Eighth notes or Triplets. Just like on the T120 DLX V1, you can hold down this footswitch in either bypass or during regular operation to activate the swell feature and bask in the chaotic echoes that rise up and self oscillate. 

Smooth or Glitchy: Use the Glide control to adjust the smoothness or squareness or the LFO, giving you access to random computery bleeps and bloops or taking you into the realm of smoothly varying uncalibrated tape-head mechanisms that cause your pitch to drift.  

Echo Trails or not? Decide later: Select whether echo trails are activated on the fly! While the DLX V1.5 allowed trails selection with an internal DIP switch, the DLX V2 lets you switch them on and off right from the front panel with no fuss.  

3-D for your ears: A new stereo-field generation design improves the depth of field by keeping your dry signal completely identical on both left and right channels, and inducing changes only in the wet signal on each respective side.

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    Dan H
    great looking+sounding pedal

    In a world of many, many great-looking pedals, the T120 is close to the top for its retro-videotape-box design. For those of us who love physical media and have a nostalgic affection for the 80s and 90s, this is a great choice. It also sounds great, capable of many useful delay effects and modulation that ranges from pretty to wonky. Oscillates nicely, and great control.

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    Nathaniel Stoops
    V-2 (Versatility 2?)

    I know it (the V) stands for "Version" but it should be Versatility. At least in my brain. It does what 1 does, but so much more. None of the secondary functions are difficult to manage at all. Just hold the button and turn the knob. You can also do this... when it's off you can step and hold on the Tap switch and bring in that oscillation sound without actually turning it on. This is easily one of the greatest delay pedals I have ever played. I'll be soon doing a couple more reviews on some of these companies pedals here on S.S.nyc... Anyway... it's well worth it. Everything Demedash does is. Peace.

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    R.V.
    Very cool tones

    I ran into this pedal via a SamuraiGuitarist video on YouTube about gimmicky pedals, but this one is far from a gimmick. It does beautiful lofi warbles and echoes in an extremely musical way, and encourages exploration. It's a blast to play, highly recommended.

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    Rem Dausch
    Very Cool Radiowaves

    When I think about pedal builders who are pushing the envelope it's an idea like this that gets me excited. The idea of making a tape delay sound like a vcr tape is as original and retro futuristic as it gets. Plug in your microfreak and make some synthwave. With all the greatness of the original and then some.

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    N.N.
    Absolutely Stunning

    This is hands down the best sounding single type delay pedal I’ve played. Unfortunately, I sold mine when I got my Echosystem, thinking the tape delay would be just as good. It’s pretty good, but it’s not THIS. Feel me?