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[NAMM] 3 New Visual Sound Pedals

Visual Sound introduces 3 new pedal models for 2012

Visual Sound is presenting the V3 Dual Tap Delay's little brother, the V3 Visual Sound Tap Delay.


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The new V3 Tap Delay has tone and features of channel 2 of the DTD. Like its big brother, the Tap Delay features a tone control for darkening your echo, and a modulation knob to add a bit of chorus to your repeats. Half the size, all the tone.

 

Street Price: $169.95

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The new Time Bandit from Visual Sound controls your tap tempo delay pedal with a click track, dials it in with a BPM generator, and will work with just about any delay pedal that has an "external tap tempo" jack.  Whether you have the Visual Sound Dual Tap Delay, a Boss DD-5, or one of many other delay pedals, the Time Bandit will allow you to be in sync with a click track without tapping.  If you prefer to dial in the Beats Per Minute, the Time Bandit has a large knob that will allow you to dial it in by hand or foot and see the BPM on the LED display.

 

Street Price: $99.95

 

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Visual Sound's Pure Tone is now available in a new Custom Shop package. You can put it first in the chain of effects, plug in your input and output cables and a 9V power supply (like the 1 SPOT...), and your guitar will sound like it's plugged directly into your amp with a short cord, the company assures.

 

Street Price: $49.95

 

For more information: www.visualsound.net