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    Default Deliverance Loop...

    Yeah, so it's a reality Other things on the horizon too, but this for now...

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    Just curios about the "Other things on the horizon" ...is it other things for the Deliverance ?

    Really looking forward to seeing the new gear ....
    The fact that Stephen appears from nowhere, is sentenced to death in an emotional public trial without anyone interfering at all and is then altogether forgotten as if nothing happened, is already suspicious.

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    Thumbs up

    hmmm, might have to get another deliverance
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    Interesting...

    Question for Mr. Fryette and/or Support: how much does it affect all the Deliverance goodness we've all come to know and love? Did you notice anything different about the tone/feel after the loop installation?

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    The Deliverance loop was designed with the first requirement being that it's not supposed to make any significant change or noticable alteration in the amps performance - other than the fact that when you put any effect in a loop, the effect imposes its own limitations.

    For example, if you put a Boss delay in the loop and try to dime the amp, the pedal will max out. No way around that - it's a 9V pedal. If that's a problem for the user, get a delay that has more headroom. We assume that the user is aware of and understands these basics.

    Otherwise, it's sonically neutral, dead quiet, and when used properly will sound and feel exactly like your favorite amp with delay added.
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    Cool

    Can it be retrofitted to an older D?

    I am also assuming it's series only. Are the in/out switches for level?

    Assuming it can be retrofitted, this looks tempting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fetishfrog View Post
    Cool

    Can it be retrofitted to an older D?

    I am also assuming it's series only. Are the in/out switches for level?

    Assuming it can be retrofitted, this looks tempting.
    Yes.

    Yes. The switches can be configured different ways. The one pictured above was done with separate send and return level switches. Typically we'll do it with a common level switch for send and return and a bypass switch.
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    Default The Official Deliverance Effects Loop Upgrade.

    Features: Send Jack, Return Jack, Level Switch and Bypass Switch.

    This is Series operation only and fixed Hi/Lo levels (via 2 position Level switch) for pedals or rack gear.

    Keeping it simple and clean for super low noise, no bleed and maximum headroom.

    Will not impact the tone, dynamics, noise or volume of the amp.

    Neatly tucked away from rear panel nomenclature, so no ugly drilling through silkscreen text.


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    Looks great.

    How much for a retrofit?

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    Default Deliverance Effects Loop Video Demo...

    This is a quickie of the Deliverance loop upgrade using a Deliverance Sixty.

    See the description window below the vid on youtube for details.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayBRWcIJ4Xc

    Contact support@fryette.com for information and pricing...
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