Neunaber Echelon V2
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A Warm, Musical Echo with Tap Tempo that’s Easy-to-Use
You want a warm, studio-quality echo pedal that’s simple and easy enough to adjust on the fly. You also want the option for something that’s more lo-fi sounding. Oh yeah, and you want tap tempo, but you don’t want to take up a lot of space on your pedalboard. Is this too much to ask? Not for the Echelon Echo v2.
Cross-fading time change lets you seamlessly change time/tempo on the fly. No more zipper noise or echo drop out.
Adjustable delay time from 50 to 1000 ms, whether you want a quick slapback, cavernous echo, or anything in between.
Switch to tap tempo mode with a long press of the footswitch. Then simply tap the desired tempo using that same footswitch. In tap tempo mode, the time knob functions as a tap divide to choose one of four rhythmic subdivisions. This one switch design is compact and easy to use.
Analog dry signal for low noise and zero latency. Maintain the integrity of your source tone
Small footprint with top jacks, the Echelon Echo is pedalboard-friendly. You can easily fit the Echelon in any setup, no matter how tight.
Mono input & output makes setup quick and simple. Easy access to inputs and outputs makes this pedal perfect for on-the-go use.
Powered from a standard 9V pedal power supply, the Echelon Echo draws less than 100 mA and can be powered by your existing pedalboard’s power supply. No need to run a separate power adapter or free up a power port for a hungry, high-current device.
Manufactured locally in Orange County, California USA. Family owned and operated, Neunaber Audio is dedicated to bringing you the highest quality audio effects on the market.
Effects Controls Specifications Resources
Whether you're a beginner looking for your first pedal or a seasoned pro looking to set it and forget it, this is a fantastic, easy-to-use echo. Dial in the perfect delay with just 3 knobs.
Low Power Consumption
Use a standard 9 V or 12 V pedal power supply. Or, connect Echelon v2 to a 100 mA output on a brick supply.
Switch between regular delay time mode and tap tempo mode by long pressing the footswitch. Tap in desired tempo, and set the rhythmic subdivisions with the "time | div" knob.
Analog Dry Signal
Your dry signal remains analog for low noise and zero latency.