Maxon AD10 Analog Delay and ASC10 Stereo Chorus

Author:
Publish date:

Godlyke is pleased to announce the release of two new Maxon models, the AD10 Analog Delay and ASC10 Ambient Stereo Chorus.

Housed in Maxon’s new Compact Series chassis, both models feature professional-grade performance at affordable prices. Common features include easy-access battery door; LED Status Indicator; 9-Volt Battery or AC power options; Buffered Bypass switching. Both models are currently shipping.

Maxon AD10 Analog Delay features include:

• 600 millisecond analog delay
• Warm, organic delay tone with low noise
• Delay Time, Blend and Repeat controls
• Proprietary noise filtering circuit for delay repeats
• Capable of self-oscillation effects
• Works in FX loop or front-end of amp

• MSRP: $299, Street Price: $249

Check out a video demo of the Maxon AD10 Analog Delay

Maxon ASC10 Ambient Stereo Chorus features include:

• Classic analog chorus circuit
• Wide stereo split sounds like 2 guitars playing at once
• Rate and Depth controls with extended operation range
• Stereo outputs
• Works in FX loop or front-end of amp
• MSRP: $279, Street Price: $229

Check out a video demo of the Maxon ASC10 Ambient Stereo Chorus

For more info on Maxon products, please visit our website www.maxonfx.com, e-mail us at info@godlyke.com or call us toll-free at 866-246-3595 (international dial 973-777-7477).

Related

Boomerang E-155 Chorus Delay pedal

Boomerang E 155 Chorus Delay features 3 types of chorus Classic, Shimmer & Lush
 3 styles of delay Clean, Tape & Reverse
 11 presets for storing your sounds
 Expression pedal controls overall effect level OR individual parameters (as many as

Tech 21 Boost Chorus Bass Pedal

Tech 21 has released its new Boost Chorus Bass pedal. Derived from the careful study of ‘70s vintage choruses, the pedal combines Tech 21 studio grade performance with an entertaining, yet cleverly useful, array of never before heard sounds. Slapback,

Red Witch Medusa Chorus Reissue


The original issue of Medusas consisted of just 74 units that were made by hand in the Red Witch workshop over three weeks in December 2004. Regarded by many as being the sweetest sounding Chorus pedal ever made, the units soon gained legendary status.