Create any sound from vintage tape-based echo over warm analog BBD delay to clean high-fidelity digital delay with the EM600 by Behringer. Since delay comes in many different flayors the EM600 gives you access to a large palette of delays.
Delay is a synthetic echo that, in adjustable increments, repeats the notes you play on guitar. Each repeated tone becomes quieter than the previous one, until the repeats are no longer heard. This results in a thick, robust sound that can take on everything from the quick "slap" echo of classic rockabilly to the long, dreamy echoes found in psychedelic rock
The Echo Machine is essentially 11 delays in one pedal: Ping Pong, Reverse, two different multi-delays, Tracking, Sweep, Swirl, Slap and three different tap modes. Behringer Real Sound Modeling technology gives this pedal the ability to emulate the acoustics of a variety of environments. Produce realistic cathedral-like echo in your bedroom or cave-like echo at the corner bar. Real Sound Modeling makes it possible!
You can choose to give the effect a digital, analog or tape delay feel via a dedicated switch. You can also choose to put lush, psychedelic tails behind every note you play, or a more abrupt delay that fades quickly. Sculpt it into a truly unique delay by twisting the dedicated Mix, Time, Repeat and Modulation dials. There's even a Tap function that allows you to dial in the delay tempo by rhythmically tapping the footswitch. You can power this stompbox with a 9V battery or a DC Power Supply (not included).
Specifications: • Input A/B connector: 1/4" TS • Input A/B impedance: 500k ohms • Output A/B connector: 1/4" TS • Output A/B impedance: 1k ohm • Power supply: 9 VDC, 100 mA regulated • Power connector: 2 mm DC jack, negative center • Battery: 9V type 6LR61 (not included) • Power consumption: 60 mA • Approx. 2-1/8" H x 2-3/4" 4-/5" (54 x 70 x 123 mm) • Weight: Approx. 0.73 lbs.