NUX Time Force Multi Modulation Digital Delay Effects Guitar Effect Pedal (11 Delay Effects + 9 preset position + Kill dry function + Tail keeping function)
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- Powerful 32bit presents you perfect delay effect
- 11 kinds of delicately designed demonstration models satisfy all your needs
- 40 seconds ultra long stereo recording time, more fun during practice
- 9 presets store all your settings, quick and easy recall at the touch of a button
- Large color LCD screen, clear display
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|Item Dimensions||—||1.77 x 4.13 x 3.98 in||1.26 x 3.62 x 1.5 in||2.13 x 2.76 x 4.84 in||6 x 10 x 2.5 in||4.2 x 4.3 x 2.6 in|
From The Manufacturer:
1. Input: -20dBV@ 1Mohm
2. Output: -10dBV(Output Load Impedance of 10k or More)
3. Dimensions: (4.72 x 4.02 x 1.97)" / (12 x 10.2 x 5)cm (L x W x H)
4. Power: 9V DC (9V Battery, ACD-008A Adapter)
5. Color: White
6. Model: NUX-TIME FORCE
7. Dynamic Range: 100dB
8. THD + N: 93dBu (< 0.003%) A-Weighting
9. Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20KHZ ± 1dB
10. Signal Processing: 32-bit
11. A/D Converter: 24-bit
12. Sampling Frequency: 44. 1KHz
13. Effect Type: 11 Time Delay Models
14. Presets: Up to 9 Storable User Presets Plus Manual Mode
1 x Guitar Effect Pedal
1 x Manual
Top customer reviews
Let's see some pedals that I've owned or played for comparison: DigiTech Jamman Solo, Line 6 DL4, EHX Cathedral, BOSS DD-3, BOSS DD-5, Biyang AD-8 Delay, and several others I've tried out in studio and gigging ranging from boutique & vintage to $15 bargain bin junk.
The Nux Time Force is not going to kill any expensive vintage analog delays, but it keeps up with all the digital ones. It isn't exactly straight-forward thanks to a user manual that doesn't have a perfect translation, but you'll get the basic functions immediately. I've gone through a bunch of delays and spent way more than I needed to. Ultimately I would have been very happy to buy this pedal multiple times if it turns out it doesn't stand the test of time (all indications are that it's construction is rugged enough to handle gigging for quite some time and being only $60 means it isn't going to be heartbreak when your DL4 dies for the second time and costs you a boatload). A nice preference you can set that most people don't mention is whether the pedal lets the delay trail off when the effect is turned off. You can set this pedal to stop immediately or let the final repeats trail off, whatever your preference happens to be.
But I was most interested in the looping function. One of the best parts of using this as a loop pedal is the LCD screen. The LCD screen seemed more like a gimmick to me when I first looked at it, but for longer loops it's great because it gives you a progress bar that indicates roughly how much looping time you have left. With nearly all other loopers I've messed around with there's almost no indication that you might not make it to a clean loop point in time. Huge bonus.
I am looking forward to finding some favorite sounds to bank, but until I've dialed everything in, I am just happy to have a better looper than my DL4 and Jamman Solo. The Jamman Solo is almost definitely going to be for pre-recorded loops at this point. I can't see anyone looking for a looper with bonus decent delays being disappointed by this $60 marvel!
I bought this as a cheaper alternative to the Line-6 DL-4 I used to own before it broke, understanding that I was sacrificing some functionality. All in all it's a decent piece of equipment, and although I'm going to keep it I would have rather saved my money and saved up for a new DL-4.