The LR Baggs Align Delay is a great way to add dimension to your performance without overpowering your playing. Optimized circuitry preserves your guitar’s unaffected signal while subtly augmenting every rhythm and melody you play. The Align Delay combines the best qualities of analog and digital circuitry, giving you the best possible sound and extensive control over the effect. The Align Delay includes a Tap button for easy tempo synchronization, along with true-bypass switching, so it stays out of your signal path when you’re not using it. Want to underline your acoustic tone with a great-sounding effect? Then stomp on an LR Baggs Align Delay — it’s the perfect enhancement for any style of playing.
The Align Delay is packed with the best of what analog and digital offer. Its Delay knob blends the delayed signal with your guitar’s direct signal. Its Tone knob shapes only your repeats, giving you a massive range of sound-shaping freedom without damaging the natural character of your instrument. Its Repeats knob determines the total number of repeats, while Time adjusts the time between the original and repeated signal. Division sets the delay to the dotted-eighth note of your current tempo, while the Tap function enables you to manually set the delay tempo. You also get a Tap Tempo input for adding an external tap tempo footswitch. The guitarists at Music Experience appreciate the LR Baggs Align Delay’s extensive yet easy-to-use feature set.
The Align Delay brings a classic effect to acoustic musicians by optimizing the signal for high-fidelity instruments. By expanding the range of your sonic profile while underlining your primary acoustic sound, the Delay augments both rhythm and melody for a larger dimensional sound and feel. We’ve combined the most desirable qualities of both analog and digital circuitry to create the best possible sound with the convenient features of a modern platform. The Tap button sets your desired tempo or the Tap Tempo input can be used with an external time control device. The Tone control only affects the repeats, ranging from warm and analog-like to clear, digital-like echo—for a versatile effect that can be tailored to fit any musical context.