Eventide Rose Digital Delay Effects Pedal

  • Item # 1496676
  • Model # 1192-000

Rose from Eventide is a compact, modulated digital delay pedal featuring a unique design Eventide calls Bit Bucket Brigade. Instead of the traditional approach using a DSP chip, this design borrows fr… Learn More

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This hugely versatile digital delay delivers a wealth of tones with analog warmth.

Rose from Eventide is a compact, modulated digital delay pedal featuring a unique design Eventide calls Bit Bucket Brigade. Instead of the traditional approach using a DSP chip, this design borrows from bucket brigade techniques but is free of its inherent limitations. Surrounded with analog circuitry for a warm thick sound, this approach facilitates extreme modulation of the clock yielding reverse delay and wild swings of delay by modulating the delay multiplier — the results are a completely unique sound. Rose features five modulation sources, aux switch/expression pedal/MIDI input, tap tempo, up to 50 seconds of delay and can store up to five presets.

Technical Specification

Eventide Rose Digital Delay Effects Pedal

  • 25 factory presets (5 banks of 5)
  • Bypass Types: True, Buffered, Input Kill. Kill-Dry toggle on/ off for each setting
  • Set Tap Tempo subdivision (quarter, eighth, dotted-eighth, triplet)
  • MIDI Clock on/ off
  • Eventide Device Manager preset librarian software compatible
  • Analog Mix, Low Pass Filter, and Feedback
  • Six tactile knobs: mix, feedback, depth, delay, filter and rate
  • Invert phase flips the output phase with respect to the input phase for short delay times
  • Reverse delay plays the delay line backwards
  • Delay Multiplier increases the delay by either 2x, 3x, 4x or 5x
  • Assignable HotSwitch: Tap Tempo, Delay Repeat, Mod Hold, Mod Reset, A/B)
  • Multiple modulation sources: Sine, Square, Random, Envelope and External
  • Expression / Auxiliary / MIDI TRS input
  • Three different bypass types: Buffered, Relay, Kill Input
  • Accepts Line or Instrument Levels
  • The delay line’s clock can be swept over a wide range with delay time varying from .01 usec to 50 seconds