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Supro Delay Pedal







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A small but powerful delay unit offering vintage echo sounds of the ’60s and ’70s.

We’ve found that when companies who build amplifiers venture into the pedal world, it usually works out pretty well. Such is the case with today’s pedal, the Delay Hi-Fi Analog Echo from Supro, a small but powerful delay unit offering vintage echo sounds of the ’60s and ’70s. Small, bold, warm and inviting, this little red machine will transform your sound and blast you back to the past with a quickness…

The all-analog Supro Delay comes equipped with a pair of high-voltage MN3005 IC chips capable of producing up to 600ms of delay time, while providing dramatically increased headroom, dynamic range, and clarity. The newly-designed Filter knob ranges from low-pass to band-pass functions, spanning from dark, warm, and murky tones to crisp and bright tape echoes. Level sets your delay volume, Time controls the echo’s length and Feedback sets the number of repeats in the delay line.

Additionally, an assignable Expression pedal control provides the player with the ability to switch between Repeats, Time and Level, while maintaining your custom knob settings. Drawing inspiration from the golden era of analog pedals and recording to tape, the Supro Delay was designed by Howard Davis, master engineer behind the legendary late-1970’s EHX Deluxe Memory Man and the Pigtronix Echolution. A great echo unit with some surprisingly excellent tones, the Supro Delay Hi-Fi Analog Echo will elevate your sound and inspire your creativity in an instant…be sure to check out our demo below, cheers!

Tech Specs


1 x 1/4"


1 x 1/4"

Power Supply



3 inches


3 inches


4 inches


1 lb.

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