The Skreddy Echo was designed to take over the duties of my old, green, tube tape echo. My design goals were simple: 1) make it sound right; 2) it should inspire. It is intended to emulate electro-mechanical units of the past and is not clean or pristine.
The repeats degrade very gradually into a musical, harmonic soup if you turn them up high enough. Self oscillation is possible (though not in a touchy or unpredictable way) without the bothersome runaway volume some old analog delays have.
Ultra-High Sample-Rate (Delta-Sigma) Digital Delay with Analog Filtering and Limiting
Transparent, Analog “Dry” Path with Tons of Headroom
Effects Loop for Delay Line
All hand wired with Switchcraft open-frame jacks.
Get Lost in Your Playing Again
Great classic tape delay tones (~50ms — ~550ms) with as much or as little warble as you like
Sounds equally great clean or with overdrive, distortion, or fuzz in front
Effects loop allows delay-only processing or “wet” amp stereo setup featuring trails when the normal output is in bypass
Huge range, including slap-back, atmospheric, cathedral/stadium, self-accompanying rhythms, expansive delays, self-oscillation, vibrato-chorus-detuned effects, etc.
True bypass, runs on DC adapter only (not included), in/out/dc jacks all on back side, loop jacks on left side.
Size: 5″ long x 4″ wide x 3″ tall (including jacks and knobs)