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Author Topic: How much would you pay for the ultimate analog delay pedal? Suhr wants to know!  (Read 876 times)

joecool85

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The Suhr Discovery Analog Delay has been released.  It looks to be an absolute beast of an analog device: built with old-school bucket-brigade IC tech, can store up to 127 presets, 17-2000ms delay range with digital readout, tap tempo input, multiple division modes (1/3, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16), and an array of controls.  Plus it is built here in the USA and looks to be made of sheet steel stamped into an approximation of a 1/32 scale Sherman tank.

This looks to be a very professional piece of kit, and comes with an appropriate price tag coming in with an MSRP of $549 USD.

https://www.gearnews.com/suhr-discovery-analog-delay-the-ultimate-boutique-delay/
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I'm not sure that I could put down the $600, for it.....

But, I would defintely put out the $600, play with it for a few days, and then make sure that they have a good return policy!

I'd LOVE to mess around with this BEAST, though!!!!!