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At the heart of the Seymour Duncan Andromeda Dynamic Delay pedal is a powerful digital engine. It's this power that allows you to access eight separate delay voices, including analog, digital, tape, ping pong, and more. From there, the Saturation, Tone, Mix, and Modulation controls take over, tuning your delay trails to perfection. Whether you want the degraded sound of an old tape delay, the pristine repeats of a great digital unit, or something completely your own, the Andromeda Dynamic Delay is more than a capable partner.
Even with all this tone shaping onboard, what sets the Seymour Duncan Andromeda Dynamic Delay effects pedal apart from the crowded pack available at Sweetwater is its ability to change its character based on your playing dynamics. The Dynamic Expression feature can be tuned to affect the Mix, Mod, or Saturation settings of your tone, depending on how hard you hit the strings. With this feature, you can go from a warm, modulated tone when lightly picked to a dry and clear repeat by digging in, and it couldn't be easier to dial in.
On top of its multitude of delay types, tone-shaping abilities, and dynamic expression, the Andromeda packs a ton of features onboard to make it extremely player friendly. The pedal comes with a Tap Tempo function for perfectly syncing your delay times. And the tap feature boasts four rhythmic subdivisions for easily nailing dotted-eighth, quarter note, triplet, and eighth note patterns. The pedal's MIDI capabilities integrate the pedal into a larger rig for effortlessly accessing your presets on the fly. And a USB jack is there when it's time to keep the Andromeda's software updated far into the future.