This is a signaturecombo effect called together by virtuoso Larry Mitchell. It combines overdrive and delay in one.
The overdrive delivers a warm, tight, organic sound character with great clarity, and the built-in boost function (located after the overdrive) helps to push your amp to the summit.
The delay is pure echo sound with a fixed feedback amount. The delay time range is 20ms-1000ms.
Hold the footswitch to engage Tap Tempo function. In Tap Tempo mode, the LED around the footswitch will pulse to indicate the delay time you set. Hold the footswitch again to disengage.
Designed by Larry Mitchell
Warm, tight organic overdrive with pure, clear delay
Mono in/mono out, mono in/stereo out (stereo out right channel features only the overdriven signal), stereo in/stereo out configuration
Mix: Controls the wet/dry delay signal ratio
Boost: Controls the boost amount (turn this knob all the way down to disable the boost function)
Time: Controls the delay time
Drive: Controls the overdrive amount
Tone: Controls the overdrive brightness
Level: Controls the overdrive output level
Switching Tap Tempo Function On/Off: Hold the footswitch
About Larry Mitchell:
Larry Mitchell is a Grammy award-winning producer, engineer and performer who has toured the world playing guitar with well-known artists including Tracy Chapman, Billy Squier, Ric Ocasek and Miguel Bosé. In his original compositions, Larry skillfully weaves guitar textures that showcase his virtuosity as a solo artist and ensemble player.
As an artist, he has released 7 solo records and won a San Diego Music Award for best pop jazz artist.
As a producer-engineer, Larry has won 26 New Mexico Music Awards in various categories from pop, adult contemporary, rap, rock, country and Native American. He won a Grammy Award for producing, engineering and performing on “Totemic Flute Chants” by artist Johnny Whitehorse, who is also as Robert Mirabal of Taos Pueblo.
Larry is currently touring with his own trio as well as with Native artists Shelley Morningsong, Dawn Avery, Joy Harjo and Robert Mirabal.