Okay.. this is a really good one. A few days back I did a top 5 delay list, and someone mentioned the TC Electronic Nova Delay, and I have to say, that is a pretty tasty delay for sure. This delay definitely has option, and it seems very easy to program, which I like. I thought the audio ‘tap’ is pretty cool too.
So, what’s the deal? The TC Electronic ND-1 Nova Delay pedal lists for $345.00, and is usually available for $260.00, but is currently on sale for only $200.95. So $60 off regular price! That’s a good deal. This pedal also ships with FREE super saver shipping.
Here is the official description of the TC Electronic ND-1 Nova Delay:
The ND-1 Nova Delay raises the bar for guitar effect pedals and redefines what it means to be “state-of-the-art.” It’s built upon the legacy and knowledge of TC’s world-renowned TC 2290 Dynamic Digital Delay.
With 6 different stereo delay types and the option to store up to 9 presets customizable by an array of style parameters ranging from vintage tape to digital delay. This effect pedal easily serves all delay requirements of modern guitar players who seek unique sounds.
Each of these types can be modified with a delay style â€” a unique feature of ND-1 Nova Delay that allows you to mix and match your delay type and style infinitely.
With the ND-1 Nova Delay, both single delay and dual delay lines can be applied to any type and style using the tap tempo switch or delay time knob to determine the delay time that ranges from 1 to 2290 ms.
Three different types of modulation (light, medium and heavy) can be applied to any of the delay types â€” a feature originating from the TC 2290 Dynamic Digital Delay processor.
The all-new Audio Tappingâ„¢ technology enables you to set the tempo of the delay by playing a rhythm into the pedal while holding down the tap tempo switch. You can now set the tempo of the delay using your most important asset: Your playing.
Other great ND-1 Nova Delay features include the pedal’s ability to choose between ms (milliseconds) and bpm (beats per minute) readout, decide if you want spillover on individual settings and turn global tempo â€” where tap tempo determines delay time on user presets â€” on and off.
Here is the official video by tcelectronic:
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