Chase Bliss Updates Its Tonal Recall Delay

Chase Bliss Audio — the Minnesota–based pedal company known for its keen use of DSP control over analog circuits and array of dip switches atop every pedal — has announced an update to its Tonal Recall delay.

The company will now be offering a "Red Mod" version in addition to the original Blue version of the popular boutique delay. Dubbed the Tonal Recall RKM or Tonal Recall Red Knob Mod, the updated iteration packs to four MD3005 BBD chips, which results in 1.1 seconds of delay and a slightly noisier sound. The Red version also boasts more echoes before break–up, more musical oscillation, and the ability to get a slightly brighter delay sound.

The older Blue Tonal Recall will retail for its current cost of $399 and Red will sell for $499. Owners of the current version of the Tonal Recall can get Chase Bliss to update their pedal to the new specs for $100.

Take a look at Chase Bliss' Facebook video below for a teaser of what the Tonal Recall RKM has to offer.

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