Greer Black Tiger Delay
The Black Tiger Delay Device is a original delay circuit develop by Nick Greer that takes the sound of two vintage tape delays, and sprinkled in a bit of sound from a vintage oil-can delay. Nick and the gang in Athens took the time to engineer this delay to have the sound and feel of those vintage delays, with some added touch sensitivity. The front end of the Black Tiger is structured in a way that lets the nuances of your playing come through. What you end up with this mix of modulation cues is a delay that has the warmth of vintage studio equipment, with some slight grain on the repeats.
Feedback—adjusts the number of repeats. When set at or above the dot on the faceplate, the pedal will go into self-oscillation mode. The pedal WILL self oscillate when in bypass mode, and as the repeats build, they get louder, so be careful about leaving the feedback control at or above the dot when in bypass mode.
Mix—adjusts the level of delayed signal.
Time—adjusts the time between delay repeats.
Bypass Switch—true bypass footswitch.
Trails Switch—allows existing delayed signal to continue trailing off (useful for long delay settings), without any new input being delayed. Trails mode should not be used for long-term bypass*. The Trails mode is used to avoid a sudden “chop” of delay signal when bypassing the delay, if it is engaged while the pedal is in true bypass mode, no repeats will be generated.
- Touch sensitive front end, analog signal path, digital delay repeater.
- Vintage tape and oil can voicing!
- High quality analog buffers!
- Warm, analog tone, with slight grit on longer delay repeats!
- True Bypass!
- Uses 9-Volt battery or standard neg. center, 2.1mm power supply.
- Built with top quality components
- Lifetime Warranty to the original owner!
- Pedals are currently built to order, and will ship within 1-2 weeks of your order and payment
*If the pedal is left ON, and in Trails mode, some clock noise may be heard. For the best signal clarity, without any interference from the delay circuitry, please use the bypass switch, once the trails have decayed.