With some new features, the MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe Analog Delay Pedal now has an extended delay time and a tap division with four different subdivisions.
The MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe Analog Delay Pedal adds a few new features that fine-tune the warm, organic sound that has made the original one of the best-selling analog delays in the world. The Deluxe extends its delay time from 600 ms to 1.2 seconds. It also features a tap division feature with four different subdivisions: dotted 8th, 8th, triplet, and 16th.
The subdivisions use an easy-to-read status display so you can see what the pedal is doing, even in low light. There is a push button to toggle between the warm sound of the original and the slightly brighter sound of the Carbon Copy Bright delay pedal.
The Carbon Copy Deluxe features a Mod button for emulating the sound of an old tape delay’s pitch modulation. In the original Carbon Copy, the Modulation button, along with its Speed and Width controls, could only be accessed internally. The pedal features a tempo tap footswitch and a true bypass On/Off switch.
There’s a jack for inserting an external expression pedal and many of the delay controls can be set to it. The MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe can also store patches for quick changes during a performance. The pedal runs on a 9-volt battery or an external 9-volt power supply.