Overview

If you're in the market for a compact delay that can handle all duties from clean digital echoes to the room-filling ambience of tape with plenty of tweaking in-between, the JHS Pink Panther Delay is for you. Side Digital/Tape switch lets you toggle between exacting and organic sounds with onboard parameters like tap tempo, two modulation modes, time subdivisions, and a Bright/Dark knob. Inspector Clouseaut will never be able to find this cool cat when he has so many tonal disguises at his disposal.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Pink Panther Delay
Finish
  • Pink Sparkle
Year
  • 2010s
Made In
  • United States
Categories

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Reviews for the JHS Pink Panther Delay
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  • JHS Pink Panther

    Verified Purchase

    Even though JHS makes incredible stuff, sometimes their pedals are a little steep. This one however provides great value at $200 new, or less used. It's a super feature filled sparkling pink delay that has a cat waving back. Gotta love that. But seriously, every knob on this is useful. Pedal with a great workflow and no wasted space.

  • JHS Pink Panther

    Verified Purchase

    I returned it because it was too noisy

  • That Sparkly Pink Pedal...

    Verified Purchase

    It's a Delay...It's a solidly build pedal. I don't think there's anything overly special here...I just purchased for the rarity and the look. I do like the Mod switch, great way to influence your sounds. Also love the Dark knob. Sounds good.

  • Best small delay ever!

    Verified Purchase

    Has everything i need for a regular need. Sounds great in all modes, love the dotted eight subdivision. Tap tempo is a must and works perfectly. The pedal looks killer as a plus. Love the pink panther much more than the lucky cat. Of course thats just me, and it's exactly the same pedal. Buy it!!!

  • Great delay with one weird glitch

    Love this delay. Sounds great, looks fantastic, the only thing i thought was weird was the tap feature was a little glitchy at times. Never felt like it quite synced up with the tapping. For a digital delay i feel like this is almost never the case and the panther cub (being analog) doesnt even have this problem. Over all though this pedal does the job.