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Effect Device

  • Delay/ looper
  • Controller for value, time, repeats, mix, filter, grit, speed ​​and depth
  • 12 Delay types (tape, d-bucket, digital, dual, pattern, reverse, ice, duck, swell, trem, filter, lo-fi)
  • Connections: stereo in/ out, expression pedal input, MIDI in/ out
  • Backlit display
  • Tap tempo switch
  • 200 Savable presets
  • 30 Seconds stereo looper (24 bit)
  • Boost/ cut: +/- 3dB
  • True bypass
  • Very quiet
  • 24 Bit 96 kHz A/ D and D/ A converter
  • Incl. 9V power supply (- inside DC)
  • Made in USA
Analogico No
tap feature Yes
Battery Operation No
PSU included Yes
Item number 261034
$422
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One of the best delays for Guitar / Keys
Aidodub 19.08.2019
I have used the Strymon Timeline delay since 2014 and I really cannot fault it, the quality is as expected from everything Strymon produce, awesome and the sounds it can produce are simply amazing.
I primarily use it for guitar and find the looping feature very useful for creating guitar parts and playing off them when I am playing alone. The only wish I would have is to be able to loop record for a little longer although that said, the actual looping time is no real impediment to its usefulness.
The quality and clarity of the modulated echoes are stellar and give quite a few high end rack units costing a lot more a great run for the money it costs, no doubt this is why its commonly found in so many guitarists pedalboards and racks, I also use it for recording as a send effect and I get great results with vocals as well as keys/guitars.
One of my favorite effects this unit provides (as well as echo) is the almost synth like crystalline tracking of the pitch shifted echoes, this produces in my opinion one of the best examples of this effect which I believe originated on the high end Eventide Harmonizer rack effect units and is often used by the likes of The Edge from U2
If top quality echo and ambience is your thing, you will not be disappointed with this unit, it has a wealth of amazing features and can be expanded upon by adding one of the 3rd party add on pedals on the market which can greatly expand on the already brilliant looping features.
An excellent delay effect and definitely one to have in your arsenal if you need something to sweeten your sound up and produce great ambient sounds!
10/10!
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Strymon Forever And Ever Amen!
JohnPastos 10.09.2014
I started using Strymon pedals with Mobius and now I replaced my Flashback X4 with the Strymon Timeline. Where to start from? Flashback X4 by TC electronics is a great pedal and I've used it so much, but Timeline? Timeline is a whole new world. I have had it for a week so far and I haven't discovered not even 5% of what this pedal can do. It is more expensive by at least 150 than any other delay pedal, but I'm telling you, it's worth every penny. The quality of the sound is so good, it cuts through the mix, but it doesn't cover your tone, or alter your signal. All the little knobs on this pedal are so responsive and they change the sound exactly according to my needs. So far I haven't created many sounds of my own, because the default sounds in it are already so good. The Looper also works just fine and it's simple to use. It seems like a very difficult pedal to handle but it's really not. Just a quick study (2-3 mins) of the front page of the manual to get to know what every knob does and then it's really easy to do the rest. The size and weight of it are just fine as it is not as big as any other big delay pedals of the same category. Strymon forever and ever amen.
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Delay-ay-ay-ay-ay deluxe-xe-xe-xe-xe Extravaganza-za-za-za-za..
Rob Kanters 20.08.2019
One of the most versatile delay pedals I guess. Great for soundscapes, ambient, The Edge-style I just play simple stuff but it sounds awesome playing tight rhythms on the delay patterns (joke!) ..and even weird trippy tape-style loops. I can spent all days and nights with this thing.

Yes! It's expensive but you get a lot of fun and inspiration in return. The ad/da converters are really clean (sample rate of 96kHz/24bit) and thus are very useful in the studio on almost anything as well. Your original signal is still analog and untouched unless you'll drive it 100% wet.

Strymon pedals have an overall clean and wide character in their sound, but the dirt and grittiness of tape delays are also convincing enough though.
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Too many features and steep learning curve
Bookerfatz2 04.10.2020
Great sounds yes but there are drawbacks: I found use directions to be incomplete and poorly explained. Written by smart guys that assumed their readers had basic understandings of pedal and digital set ups I found myself constantly having to search online for 'how to' vids. (i.e. my Timeline folder has 46 'how to' videos). A 28 page user manual with no index is case in point. Great sounding and well made gear, very expensive but, for this journeyman musician anyway, not worth the aggravations.
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