Mythos Pedals has announced the release of its new Oracle delay pedal.
The Tennessee-based manufacturer's first ever delay unit, the Oracle is built around two reissued MN3205 bucket brigade chips and is loaded with a circuit designed by Electronic Audio Experiments' John Snyder.
As for controls, the Oracle features Time, Feedback, and Mix knobs, and a tap-tempo footswitch that allows users to push the delay time past the pedal's 600ms maximum.
Oracle users can also add top-mounted jacks, an external tap-tempo footswitch, and true-bypass switching.
The Mythos Pedals Oracle delay unit is available now for $259.
For more info on the pedal, stop by mythospedals.com.
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