The original TC 2290 Dynamic Digital Delay set new standards when introduced in the 80’s, and while often mounted in studio racks, it was also to be found in countless guitar rigs.
A key component of many guitar sounds is a string of tasteful delay, which is just one of the things 2290 P provides. It is a time-based effect generator that - apart from delay - also offers chorus, flanger, tremolo, vibrato, phaser, panning, ducking and compression.
And that is the essence of 2290 P: It is a faithful recreation of the original 2290, equally suited for adding delay to lead guitar tones and rhythmic patterns that can be used to build up powerful and inspirational walls of guitar-scapes with or without additional modulation. In other words, 2290 P allows you to really dive in and carefully program it to meet all of your sonic ideas.
It simply evokes a distinct classic vibe from the past in a contemporary setting.
Up to 9.999 seconds of delay time
Host of modulation effects and comprehensive panning possibilities in a stereo setup
Meticulously control repeated notes, with: FEEDBACK, DELAY, and SUB.D.
Plate that snaps easily to the frame with magnets, protects buttons and the display while on the stage
TC carefully recreated the original 2290, but also added modern features, improved bits and pieces and expanded selected effect parameter ranges particularly with the guitar-playing experience in mind. For example, the guitar-friendly Feedback Loop for inserting additional effects to the wet signal and the option to use subdivisions to control the Modulation block.
Also added, is a new dimension to the Tap-Tempo options, as the LEARN footswitch includes control per Preset (A&B), per Board (A+B) or globally. And on the MIDI control side, 2290 P digs deep and is ready to integrate with MIDI-based setups seamlessly - for example it offers four different ways to control your delay time. Last but not least, TC give you full control via the 2290 P app, and you can connect an expression pedal to control any effects parameter. In fact, not just any one parameter but any three parameters simultaneously.