BBE Two Timer Analog Delay Pedal

Analog Delay Effects Pedal with 2 Modes, Hardwire Bypass, LED Display, and Included Power Supply
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BBE Two Timer Analog Delay Pedal image 1
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BBE Two Timer Analog Delay Pedal
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Two Analog Delays - One Pedal!

BBE's Two Timer is a dual-mode analog delay that delivers warm and haunting tones, reminiscent of tape-style delays. The pedal offers two independent delay times. Using two separate dials, you can choose the delay time of each, then switch between the two delays by using an onboard footswitch. The BBE Two Timer's circuit features a Bucket Brigade Delay, offering true analog character, and special metal film resistors keep the audio quality clean. Ture hardwire bypass, an LED indicator, and a non-slip rubber bottom round out the versatile BBE Two Timer delay pedal.

BBE Two Timer Dual-mode Analog Delay Pedal Features:
  • Two selectable delay times
  • Mix and repeat knobs
  • Time 1/Time 2 Switch
  • On/off switch
  • 1% Metal Film resistors
  • LED status indicator
  • Non-slip rubber bottom
  • Easy-access 9v battery compartment
  • Included external power supply
The BBE Two Timer dual-mode analog delay pedal is a highly versatile, tape-like delay effect!

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Additional Media

Two Timer Analog Delay Pedal User Manual

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Delay
Maximum Delay Time 0.33 seconds (330ms)
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 1.8"
Width 3.7"
Depth 4.7"
Weight 1.8 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number TT-2

Customer Reviews

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2 Timer

I really like this pedal but I no longer own it. Here are the pros and cons. Pros: great analog sound. Beautiful warm repeats you would associate with an analog delay. 2 times in one. Having 2 separate delay times just a step away is very useful. Solid construction. And again, sounds REALLY good. Cons: Short delay time. A max of 300ms was just too short for my personal delay needs. All in all though I loved this pedal while I had it but I ended up selling it to buy something with a longer delay time. I still highly recommend checking it out to see if it's right for you.

Great Delay w/ a Few Shortcomings

I've owned the Two-Timer for approx. 6 years now. It's the version you see in the demo video (with the retro artwork). Pros: True analog sound, the true bypass, two switchable times with one button push Cons: Colors the tone (in my set-up), have to rely on clock positions (no set values for # of repeats or delay in milliseconds) I've used the pedal mostly as a way to "thicken" up my guitar's sound and I use the 2nd time setting in certain songs to have the true delay effect. It's on almost all the time. In my cons section, I mentioned that it colored my tone. In my set up (Custom Strat [S/S/S] with AC30C2), it rounds off my sound on the high end. It's something I've gotten used to but be aware that it will change your tone slightly. The all analog sound is my favorite part of this pedal. Every repeat has a nice decay and a slight grit to it that sounds great through amps with high gain. It gives me a nice reverb when I use a short time with 1 or 2 repeats and high mix. The problem is if you're recording in a studio and you are using a click, there is a bit of guess and check because it's not digital (no tap tempo). If you're jamming however, it doesn't really matter to me. Conclusion: Great pedal to have but not a must have. If I lost it, I'd buy a new one because it's become a big part of my sound.
Music background: Professional Musician, Band (Rock/Blues/Surf)
See also: Reverb Pedals, BBE, BBE Reverbs and Delays