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The Wave is a powerful small delay pedal, it not only has the classic warm sound effect brought by excellent analog delay, but also can produce pure delay effect. It uses 100% analog circuit to make the sound more warm and pure.
This is the delay pedal from Donner Company with the name of Wave, which is also a pure analog circuit delay pedal. And maybe it’s the smallest analog delay effect pedal ever. The clear tone of Wave can be well applied to all kinds of music, and the tone can compete with same expensive similar products. For analog delay, 20ms-300ms delay time is sufficient to meet the normal needs. Although Wave has a small size, it is equipped with complete basic adjustment knob. There are three function knobs, including LEVEL, F.BACK and TIME. LEVEL is used to set the delay volume. F.BACK is to set the repeated notes. TIME is used to set Delay time.
Note: Please use a power adapter with a voltage of DC9V, an internal negative and external positive polarity and a current of 500mA or more to power your pedal. Failure to do so can cause serious situations where the product does not work or is damaged.
●Inspired By Classics And More
The Wave is inspired by the legendary delay pedal, delivering a warm and pure delay sound with wide time range.
●Easy Controls, Wide Flexibilities
The Wave features an easy-to-use three-knob tone control: LEVEL(wet signal volume), F.BACK(feedback) and TIME(delay time) for using in different scenarios. Each knob gives you a wide control range.
●2-way Tone Switch
The WAVE offers a 2-way selector for choosing from two delay types to satisfy different musicians:
WARM: A classic warm delay sound
DIGITAL: A pure delay sound
Material: Aluminum Alloy
Power Requirement: 9V DC center negative
Current Consumption: 33mA
Material: Aluminum alloy
Time of Delay: 20ms ~ 300ms
1 x Donner Wave Guitar Effect Pedal
1 x User’s Manual
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