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The Aqua-Puss Analog Delay is famous for its bright, jangly repeats and wonderfully straightforward operation. All of that wholesome goodness comes in a Way Huge Smalls housing that your pedalboard will love you for.

With 20ms to 300ms of delay time on tap, this pedal is all about tone-thickening and old school slap-back. The Feedback control regulates delay duration and intensity, but beware! Extreme settings are known to throw this pedal into wild, space-and-time-warping self-oscillation. Use the Blend knob to set a balance between dry and delay signals, from mild to wild.

The Aqua-Puss Analog Delay is a must for players who want to add a little depth to their tone or conjure up some slap-back sweet enough to earn the envy of any rockabilly or country legend.

This pedal can be powered by a 9V battery or a 9V power supply (not included).

Key Features
  • Brand: Way Huge 
  • Product Warranty: Limited Lifetime - USA Only
  • Approx. Weight: 7oz
  • Effect Type: Delay
  • Battery Type: 9V
  • Power Supply Included: No
  • Input 1: 1/4 Inch 
  • Output 1: 1/4 Inch

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ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • WM71 Smalls Aqua-Puss Analog Delay MkIII
Categories
Pedal Format
  • Mini

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