Built around a pair of re-issued versions of the legendary MN3005 bucket-brigade delay chips, the unmistakable analog character of this delay is front and center along with a velvety tape-like saturation that reveals itself dynamically on a lower ...
About this delay pedal Adams wrote: "If you play guitar and want to go to space for way cheaper than on a soviet satellite repair rocket, get this fucker. By @chaseblissaudio I have no idea what year it even is anymore after playing this. All I know is this pedal is probably responsible for the #mandelaeffect #tonalrecall PEDALS RULE. ( Stay tuned for a sneak preview of how all these pedals are used on new #PaxAm musics ) GET THIS WHILE YOU CAN. TONAL RECALL. IM BLAZED" on Instagram in early 2017.more
Built around a pair of re-issued versions of the legendary MN3005 bucket-brigade delay chips, the unmistakable analog character of this delay is front and center along with a velvety tape-like saturation that reveals itself dynamically on a lower input signal and more and more as the repeats regenerate. Tonal Recall expands upon the classic vintage sounds associated with analog delays of yesteryear while bringing modern amenities such as tap tempo, optional bypass with trails, expression control over any parameter, and the ability to save presets. Every knob and switch is connected to a little digital brain while your guitar signal stays 100% analog the entire time and never gets digitally processed. Since the control of the effect is digital, it opens up unprecedented effects and features that have never been heard or offered in analog stompboxes.
The search for the dream analog delay was over when I got this one. Trails, tap tempo, presets... What can you ask more? CV control and Midi compatibility? Check! 3 LFO shapes for super deep modulation, organic breakup and versatile tone (from Vapor trail dark to DMM clear), this guy is the swiss army knife of analog delays. I don't use the ramping that much, although I have some presets set to ramp from 0 to their knob values and stay there (no bouncing), for nice transitions. The momentary bypass is another interesting selling point, pair it with trails and ramping (time for example) and this pedal turns into an instrument you play rather than just a simple effect. Unlimited creativity with this one. Absolutely amazing technological achievement by the great folks at Chase Bliss.
Oh my god, the sounds I heard when I first this were heavenly. Gritty, lo-fi, chaotic, but heavenly. The modulation section only adds to that if you wanna blend some of that it. If I had one pedal to show people the benefits and allure of analog / bbd pedals, this is what I'd show them.