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The 60 Second Deluxe is the latest iteration of our 60 Second Delay.  At its heart it's a sound-on-sound "Frippertronics" style delay, but covers effects ranging from resonator through chorus, echo, and extended looping.  It has all the features of the previous version (described below) as well as new options for interfacing, quiet "soft" foot switches, and a Tone control to shape the frequency spectrum of the repeats. 

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How it works

Looping Delay

Frippertronics style looping delay with up to 60 Seconds of delay time.

Chorus and Flange

Delay Times down to 6mS for Chorusing, Flanging, or fixed filtering.

Modulated Echoes

LFO with Speed and Depth modulates delay time.

Reverse Direction

Dedicated foot switch to control playback direction.

Octave Jumps

LFO control of Fast/Slow mode creates perfectly tuned octave jumps, which can still be detuned by Depth.

Infinite Hold

Infinite disables writing to delay memory, repeating previously recorded material indefinitely.

A Bit  About Us

Expedition Electronics began 10 years ago in Los Angeles. Being a fan of Frippertronics,  I was intrigued by the original Electoharmonix 16 Second Delay. Those being rare and expensive I decided to build one on my own. The result led to our first product the 60 Second Delay, which is not a clone, but duplicates the features available on the 16 Second Delay.  

After releasing this guitar effects pedal and listening to feedback, literally and figuratively, we began extending the functionality of the Delay and created  the 60 Second Deluxe. 

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60 Second Delay

The 60 Second Delay is a "Frippertronics" style looping delay. Notice there's no record/play footswitch. It's essentially like setting up a long tape loop or just having an old school delay with excessive amounts of memory. Which means changing the delay time changes the sampling rate, just like analog delays and early digital units. It's great for long evolving soundscapes and experiments.

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