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Peavey Electronics Corporation is introducing the Delta StompTM digital stereo effects processor, based on the 16-bit processor from Peavey's award-winning DeltaFex®, at NAMM '98 in Los Angeles.

The Delta Stomp is housed in a strong metal chassis and uses heavy-duty footswitches for maximum reliability. Sixteen unique presets cover a wide range of effects, including reverbs, delays, chorus, flange, phaser, rotary speaker and more. All sixteen presets can be modified in real time with the two parameter adjust knobs. The box has a 1/4" guitar input, 1/4" stereo outputs, a headphone out and a CV input, which allows pedal control over the Parameter One adjust knob.

Additional controls include input and output level knobs and a wet/dry mix knob that adjusts the amount of effect. Footswitches control two Bypass modes. With standard Bypass, the signal is routed directly from the input and paralleled to both outputs. DSP Mute acts as an effect on/off, yet allows the input and output levels to be used. When the rotary speaker effect is used, the DSP Mute switch acts as a speed control.

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