EHX Grand Canyon Delay gives you 12 different delay types and a fully featured looper in one compact package. Tap Tempo, 13 presets, 9 different tap subdivisions, stereo outputs, versatile expression capabilities and silent footswitches are some of the key features of Grand Canyon.
Delay Type: Chooses the delay sound/mode in use. Options are:
1: Echo: digital delay
2: Mod: modulated delay
3: Multi: multi-tap delay
4: Reverse: reverse delay
5: DMM: Deluxe Memory Man
6: Tape: Tape delay
7: Reverb: reverb plus delay
8: Pitch: Polyphonic pitch-shifting + delay
9: Shim: Octaves+modulated delay+compression
11. Drum: Magnetic Drum Echo
12. Doubler: short digital delay with stereo spread
Delay Level/Dry Cut: Sets the mix between the dry signal and delay repeats. In Loop mode this control adjusts dry signal volume level.
Loop Level: Controls the volume level of recorded loop.
Feedback/Dub Level: Controls the amount of repeats. In Loop mode this control defines if the earlier recorded tracks go silent as you record more to the loop or not.
Delay/Fadeout: Hand controls for delay time. Range in most modes 5 ms - 3 seconds. In Loop mode this control defines how quickly the loop goes silent after you stop the playback.
EXP Mode: When this button is active, you can use and expression pedal to control the features you have programmed the expression pedal to control. See manual for more information.
Moment: When this button is active, the Bypass footswitch goes into momentary mode, so the repeats are only audible when you keep the Bypass switch pressed down.
Tails: When this button is active, delay trails can be heard after you turn the delay off, or after you go into Loop mode.
Ping Pong: When this button is active, delay repeats alternate between left and right outputs. When Ping Pong is not active, all repeats come out of both outputs.
- Power Requirements: 2.1 mm 9V DC centre negative power supply, 150 mA. Power supply included in the package.
- True Bypass or buffered bypass (Buffered if Tails mode is active)
- Made in USA