Supro Announces New 1313 Analog Delay for NAMM 2019

Yesterday, Supro made its first of what's sure to be many exciting new product announcements in anticipation for the NAMM show next week.

Designed by Howard Davis (the mastermind behind the EHX Deluxe Memory Man and Pigtronix Echolution), the brand-new Supro 1313 Analog Delay is packed with a pair of new-production MN3005 bucket brigade IC chips that promise to deliver delay times ranging from 20ms all the way up to 600ms. Thanks to the 15-volt power rails, Supro is boasting improved headroom and dynamic range.

Control-wise, the Analog Delay features the standard time, repeats, and level controls, with the addition of a special filter knob for providing low- and band-pass functions for BBD and tape echo sounds. The stompbox will accommodate an expression pedal and also features an internal switch for Dry Kill and Trails functionality.

We here at Reverb have plans to get our hands on the new delay for a more in-depth demo coming soon but for a taste of what the pedal can do, check out Supro's video above. And if you're already convinced, you can pre-order your own Supro 1313 Analog Delay right now.

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