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Strymon TimeLine
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Description

When we decided to create a studio-class stereo delay effects pedal, we knew we must go well beyond what has been done in the past—in sound quality, sonic flexibility, hardware design, and processing power. We spent months locked up in the Strymon sound design labs with an intense focus on dreaming up the most spacious, lush, creative, and tweakable delay effects ever heard. It was a monumental task—a relentless study of delays and their nuances, and a continuous pursuit of innovative and musically inspirational sounds. Utilizing a ridiculously powerful SHARC DSP, every drop of processing power is harnessed. Each algorithm is so detailed it requires the entire processor.

TimeLine provides you with twelve different delay machines, each with extensive control over sonic character and feel. Tweak to your hearts content and save up to 200 presets of your favorite sounds. Go from crisp and clear, studio-quality digital delays all the way to the saturated and fluctuating sounds of tape delay machines. Get warm and fuzzy analog style repeats all the way to shimmery, sparkling, and crystalline ice delays. Top it all off with full MIDI implementation and a routable, 30-second stereo looper and you’re on your way to delay bliss.

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Guitarists - Show me your pedalboard!

What do you Guys think of the eventide timefactor? Or strymon timeline? Which one would you choose?

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September 2018 New Gear Thread

...new location so getting some goodies in to make it possible. Sountracs Topaz 24: OTO Machines BIM (going to sell my Strymon Timeline as it's way too nice sounding for what I do): 2x Quiklok RS-513: Quiklok WS-650 to put the mixer on (and racks under.. just about fits!): 2x Samson S-Patch (Takes me up to 4 in total): 2x...

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October 2020 New Gear Thread

Cool setup and awesome rendition of a classic song. Eventually I'll need a midi patchbay, but in the meantime I'm using a mixer (yes mixer). It's a mid 80s 4 channel TOA D-4 rack mixer w/ 1 midi in and 4 thru. Marketed as an electronic mixer. They have an expander which adds 6 more channels...

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