Hotone EKO Analog-Digital Delay Pedal
The diminutive Eko handles delay duties for Hotone's Skyline mini-pedal range. A pocket powerhouse, it features a weighty zinc alloy shell, LED-lit or noctilucent (i.e. glow in the dark) knobs, plus the switching is true bypass.
The Eko is a digital delay voiced to emulate classic analogue echoes - that means maximum delay times are limited to 500ms, while the repeats are dark and gradually degrade in quality.
Like a real analogue delay, longer delay times get a little noisy, but the moody repeats never detract from what you're actually playing.
You can engage the modulation button to lend your echoes a splash of chorus-y warble for those psychedelic moments, then up the repeats for self-oscillation and arcade-like sound effects.
- Input: 1/4" Jack
- Output: 1/4" Jack
- Power Supply: Hardwired mains lead
- Dimensions: 74mm x 44mm x 44mm
|Love this little pedal. No background noise, and a bypass when off. The switch is not silent but pretty good, I've heard a lot noisier. Nice bright light on the top 'time' dial when turned on, which is good on a dark stage as you might lose it altogether it's so small! I've had some great sounds from it although you have to be a bit careful overdoing it as it goes into this loop back thing when every thing is on flat out, however it will do what you ask it from mild slight echo/ delay to mad over the top stuff. Overall though a good well made little pedal and a pretty good price for a Delay. One last thing, be warned that you will need a 9v power supply for this as it's not much bigger than a 9 v battery itself.