Keeley Delay Workstation gives you eight different delay and six different reverb sounds in one compact package. Reverb and delay have their own footswitches. Tap tempo for delay, expression input for reverb. Stereo outputs. The reverb side also has two delays, so you can also have two different delay sounds in use simultaneously or in quick recall.
Controls and Features (Reverb):Reverb Select:
Chooses the reverb sound being used. Options are:1 Spring:
Spring reverb. Predelay acts as a tone control. Morph control adds more "splash" to your sound.2 Chamber:
Chamber reverb. Predelay 0-150 ms. Morph control has a +/- 10 db filter at 3,5 kHz.3 Hall:
Hall reverb. Predelay 0-100 ms. Morph acts as a tone control.4 Plate:
Plate reverb. Predelay 0-100 ms. Morph acts as a tone control.5 Shimmer:
Reverb with octave up. Predelay acts as a tone control. Morph controls the amount of octave in the reverb sound.6 Flanged:
Reverb with flange. Predelay acts as a depth control for the flanger. Morph adjusts vibrato depth.7 Tape (Delay):
Tape delay sound. Decay acts as a Feedback control. Predelay controls delay length (50-950 ms). Morph acts as a tone control.8 Digital (Delay):
Digitaalinen delay. Decay acts as a Feedback control. Predelay controls delay length (50-950 ms). Morph controls modulation depth and speed. Deep slow modulation at 7 o'clock.Blend:
Sets the mix between the dry signal and the delay signal. At 7 o'clock the sound is 100% dry, at 5 o'clock it is 100% wet. 50/50 is at 12 o'clock.Decay:
Sets reverb length in most settings.Predelay:
Sets predelay time before the reverb kicks in in most settings.Morph:
See above for descriptions.Expression pedal input:
You can control the Decay control with an expression pedal.
Controls and features (Delay):Delay Select:
Chooses the delay sound being used. Options are:1 Slapback:
Short slapback delay. Length 30-500 ms. Feedback chooses the room reverb type. Morph control reverb length.2 Tape:
Tape delay. Morph acts as a tone control for repeats.3 Multihead:
Tape delay with many tape heads which produce rhythmic repeats. Morph chooses which tape heads are active.4 Analog:
Analog delay sound. Morph controls modulation speed. Modulation depth is controlled by your playing dynamics.5 Digital:
Simple digital delay, which repeats your playing as it is. Morph controls modulation. 6 Subdivided:
Delay with subdivisions for tap tempo. Subdivisions are selected with the Morph control. 7 Ducking:
Delay which "ducks" out of the way when you play and rises up when you pause. Morph control the sensitivity.8 Pitch:
Delay with octave harmonics. Morph chooses the octave. At 7 o'clock octave down, at 5 o'clock octave up.Blend:
Sets the mix between the dry signal and the delay signal. At 7 o'clock the sound is 100% dry, at 5 o'clock it is 100% wet. 50/50 is at 12 o'clock.Time:
Sets delay length. Delay time can be also set with tap tempo.Feedback:
Sets the amount of repeats in most delay settings.
See above for descriptions.
- Power requirements: 2.1 mm 9 V DC centre negative. 170 mA.
- True Bypass
- Made in USA
- Measurements: 12 cm (width) x 9.5 cm (depth)