TC Electronic Flashback Triple Delay Guitar Effects Pedal
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- Up to 3 delays running at the same time Seemingly endless subdivision options TonePrint-Enabled DC adapter included
- One of the most recurring things discussed in the TC Electronic community regarding their Flashback Delay pedals, is that they sound so good that they wish they could have several of the delay tones running at the same time
- The Flashback Triple Delay is the result of TC Electronic's engineers making these dreams come true and it's ready to rock your delay-hungry socks off
- The Sonic Multiverse Ever heard a tape echo run through a ping-pong delay and then into a reverse delay? No? Well it sounds amazing
- With the Flashback Triple Delay you can go as crazy as your imagination allows and with the added function of running the delays in series or in parallel, you can go from lush divine delays to otherworldly soundscapes in an instant
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Flashback Triple Delay Guitar Effects Pedal. One of the most recurring things discussed in the TC Electronic community regarding their Flashback Delay pedals, is that they sound so good that they wish they could have several of the delay tones running at the same time. The Flashback Triple Delay is the result of TC Electronic's engineers making these dreams come true and it's ready to rock your delay-hungry socks off. The Sonic Multiverse Ever heard a tape echo run through a ping-pong delay and then into a reverse delay? No? Well it sounds amazing. With the Flashback Triple Delay you can go as crazy as your imagination allows and with the added function of running the delays in series or in parallel, you can go from lush divine delays to otherworldly soundscapes in an instant. Time and space have never been easier to manipulate. Trippin' On Triplets As if having three high-quality delays running at the same time isn't enough, TC Electronics has also added a dedicated subdivision knob that lets you assign different rhythmic patterns to each delay. You'll get everything from dotted eighths to triplets and on to several types of dual delays. So whether you're going for a smooth rhythmic-roll or a full-on psychedelic-trip, Flashback Triple Delay is sure to deliver. TonePrints In Tandem Flashback Triple Delay is the only delay pedal that lets you run several custom-tuned delay sounds at once. Imagine running delay TonePrints from Steve Morse, Guthrie Govan and John Petrucci all at the same time; the result is spectacular. Add to that the option of creating your very own delay tones via TC's free TonePrint Editor and you've got yourself one of the most versatile delay pedals ever made.
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The voicings and sub divides add for infinite delayed tones. Either warm and mystical. Deep and spacey or a crunchy bathroom tone it never ends with the internal build being 3 separate delays in one housing the compression doesn't run on the same channel.
I have this one currently in the back of the effects loop at the end of the chain and the mini board is in the front of the loop making one chained loop.
Great by itself or amped by your pedals . A volume pedal and or a wah will make this pedal sing even more
After 6 months or so of continuous use (and mastering how to use it) I can say, this is boutique level pedal, with fantastic sound and capabilities.
I have more than dozen of delays and this is very special one.
TC Electronics is top notch professional delay company with such heritage that some criticism on issues with this pedal looks simply exaggerated.
As any instrument (and yes this is the instrument of a kind) there is certain learning curve, but result is not short of stunning.
Highly and warmly recommended.
I am a certified tone chaser and pedal junky and I already own many other delay pedals... mostly analog. I wanted to get a good sounding digital delay and I know TC always delivers that , sound quality. with the hyper gravity being the exception in my opinion, because TC gets a pass... They get a pass because they consistently make great sounding quality products and sometimes even raise the bar, like with their tuner and delay. I love delay as an effect and the idea of running three delays at once was nothing new to me , I've been stacking delays for years but the fact that you can run them in parallel intrigued me and if I was going to buy a flashback, then I might as well get the triple ....
But I think I would be happier with just the regular flashback...
Why? it literally means you have 3 flashbacks in one unit... and that's it... no screen , no modulation knob, no other controls other than subdivision, mix, repeat and time. very standard... I was hoping it would be a more experimental type tool like Strymon stuff....definitely Strymon Timeline sounds and is better than the TC Flashback. But then again, it's cheaper and I got it on sale....
overall I really hoped for more wild stuff but TC is always very precise, clean, digital, a little too clean sometimes...
The possibilities expand when you use the editor or the preloaded tone prints ... there you have hidden modulation you can asign , but still I feel the editor lacks a lot of effects and the learning curve is pretty steep... still fun though... to create your own delay... to hear some really cool tone print.. I hope in the future they'll have a user tone print section to hear what whacky stuff people come up with... I think it would be way more interesting than the artists ones... although great sounding, they usually go for a more traditional sound...
In terms of sound quality it is excellent, it is great... but not the best... Strymon still sounds better... more real, more organic, crisper.
If you can get this time for under 300 dlls it is definitely worth your money... the tone prints make it seem like you are working with a completely different delays. The editor allows you to modify some delay algorithms , like bucket brigade, tape and others with modulation ,,,, very interesting , very groundbreaking technology ... it is super neat to find a preset and beam it onto your pedal via your guitar pickups... really feel like that will be copied and we'll see pedals that can transform from one effect onto another...
I think the 2290 Delay is the best thing about this unit... I have 5 other analog delays... echo puss, sup puss, vapor trail, carbon copy, obscure altered But I definitely wanted a pristine clean digital delay for The Wall kinda stuff... and the 2290 has got to be one of the best sounding digital delays ever... you have to tweak the tape and analog mods a little in my opinion... they don't sound very convincing... they are to bright and clean to be tape or analog... but still great sounding.
To be honest I'm still discovering new things on this pedal that is why I'm giving it a 4 just for it's sound quality and amount of features...
I turned on the trails and put it at the end of my signal chain and the buffer really helped.
But from now on I will try and get all the Strymon delays ,reverbs ... and modulation pedals... They are the Rolls Royce of ambient effects.