Kigagore I gigged mine twice last weekend, and am well pleased. PH FAX www. Home Forums Recent Posts. Also, the tone knob instantly adds a whole new palette to the sound. Delay Types The TimeBender includes 11 different delay types.

Author:Shashicage Voodoorr
Country:South Africa
Language:English (Spanish)
Published (Last):9 April 2006
PDF File Size:13.22 Mb
ePub File Size:8.21 Mb
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]

Page 3 February 24, place. The warranty registration card must be mailed within ten days after purchase date to validate this warranty, or you can register via our website www. Page 5: Table Of Contents Congratulations! Table of Contents Introduction Page 6 Table of Contents Dynamic Digital The DigiTech TimeBender is a new kind of delay pedal. It completely rebuilds the idea of delay and what it can add to your performance.

It has an entire pedalboard worth of different kinds of delays built right into it: Digital, Analog, Variable Speed and Moving Head Tape, plus several more. If the Voicing knob is untouched for two seconds, the display goes back to showing the current delay time. The display also shows the selected delay when you turn the Delay Type knob.

To make it easier to see at a glance which memory location is being used, all LEDs up to and including the currently loaded location are illuminated.

Page 12 Guided Tour - Front Panel When Time Warp is selected, the Modulation knob adds synchronized pitch vibrato to the delay signal in three different sync ranges. Multiplier Button The Multiplier button changes the repeat rate by a fixed multiple or sub-multiple of the quarter note reference delay time up to a maximum of five seconds; When the delay is off, your guitar signal is never digitized, so your tone is preserved. If any repeats are being heard when the delay is turned off, the repeats fade out instead of silencing instantly.

Page 15 Guided Tour - Rear Panel is selected, the left button takes you directly to overdubbing. Page Tutorial Tutorial This section walks you through some basic functions and helps you get familiar with the controls. It also gives you an idea of what the TimeBender is capable of.

Set the right footswitch to advance the memory locations. The delay time shown in the display should now be 1. Play a single note. Notice how the repeats take twice as long as they did when the quarter note was selected. Minor keys are indicated by a dash after the note in the display. Note: The outputs are muted while setting key and tempo by strumming.

Play a single note and notice how the repeats gradually decrease in fidelity. Play your guitar and listen to the chorus-like effect applied to the repeats. Page 21 Tutorial When recording your loop, you hear what is actually being recorded. The only effect that you hear before recording is the pitch shift so you can record a bass line and then a regular guitar line, for example. Page Using An Expression Pedal Tutorial position , the display will read Loop and the loop memory will be cleared.

Recording a Loop To begin recording a loop, start playing your guitar as you press and release the left footswitch. The display will begin to count down the available recording time, and the On LED will turn red. Set the expression pedal to the minimum heel position.

Adjust the controls on the TimeBender to get a starting sound that you like. Step forward on the expression pedal to put it into the maximum toe position. Page Dynamic Digital Delay Types physical tape. Unlike other reverse effects in which the chunks are arbitrary, the TimeBender starts chunks at note onsets where possible in order to avoid having notes cross chunk boundaries. Page Voicings Voicings Voicings Pitch-shifted Repeats One of the most exciting features of the TimeBender is its ability to change the pitch of the delayed signals.

When the voicing is set to Unison U , the delayed signal has the same pitch as the guitar input, just like with traditional delay pedals. Page Triad-centered Voicings Voicings Triad-Centered Voicings Note: the triad-centered voicings are very similar to the scalic voicings shown on the previous page, but with additional voicings listed below. Display Description Same as Scalic 6L except for the 5th of the scale which is shifted to the root.

Same as Scalic 3L except for the root of the scale which is shifted to the 5th. Unlike Multi-tap Pattern delays, every repetition in a root-based pattern begins with the origi- nal unshifted note that you played.





DigiTech TimeBender Manuals & User Guides





Related Articles