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NUX Time Core Deluxe mkII Pedal

Manufacturer #:NUX Time Core DLX MK

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NuX Time Core Deluxe MKII Pedal with 7 Different Delays, Phrase Looper, and Tap Tempo

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The NUX TIME CORE DELUXE MKII is a delay pedal with 7 different types and a phrase looper; including Phi Digital Delay, Analog Delay, Modulation Delay, Tape Echo, Pan Delay, Verb Delay, Reverse Delay and Sound On Sound. You can switch the delay type by using the Type rotary switch.


7 delay types in a compact enclosure.

Phi Digital Delay: Musical digital delay with golden ratio 2nd repeat head.  (80ms~1000ms)
Analog Delay: Warm sound with natural treble decay. (40ms~403ms)
Modulation Delay: Lush and rich chorus with digital delay. (20ms~1500ms)
Tape Echo: High-frequency saturation and low-end decay. (55ms~552ms)
Pan Delay: Creative natural stereo feeling. (80ms~1000ms)
Verb Delay: Plate Reverb algorithm with Digital Delay to create an ambient atmosphere.   (80ms~1000ms)
Reverse Delay: Inspire guitarists for new ideas. (320ms~1240ms)
S.O.S: 40 seconds stereo phrase loop.
Sub-division with Smart Tap Tempo. (Maximum: 1580ms)
True-bypass or Buffer-bypass(Tails).
Supports Stereo.
Kill Dry.
Low power consumption. (less than 120mA)
Analog dry signal for low noise and zero latency.


Input Impedance: 1M
Output Impedance: 1k
Dynamic Range: 104 dB
DSP Processing: 48KHz / 32-bit
A/D D/A Sampling Rate: 48KHz / 24-bit
Power: 9V DC(Negative tip, Optional ACD-006A adapter)
Current Draw: less than 120mA
Dimensions: 122(L) X 72(W) X 47(H)mm
Weight: 270g


Phi Digital Delay is a digital delay with golden ratio 2nd repeat head. It makes your guitar sound more musical. With no-brain tweaking, setup the desired sub-division, smart tap tempo, you’re ready to go.

Phi Digital Delay Range: 80ms~1000ms


Analog Delay is based on the timeless BBD (Bucket Brigade Device) delay. It produces a very warm sound with natural treble decay. Very suitable for ballad solo’s with romantic atmosphere. Our unique algorithm replicates the physical infinity oscillation feedback while you adjust the time knob from max to min quickly.

Analog Delay Range: 40ms~403ms

Modulation Delay is based on the Ibanez DML modulation delay. The Chorus gets lush and rich, not at all what you would expect from an ancient digital pedal. Holding the footswitch enters Alt mode (the LED indicator will flash ORANGE.), then the Repeat knob will edit the Mod parameter of this delay. Short press the footswitch again to quit Alt mode.

Modulation Delay Range: 20ms~1500ms

Tape Echo is based on the legendary Space Echo machine. We digitally recreated the retro-feel of a real tape and capstan configuration. Tape Echo has the high-frequency saturation and low-end decay of magnetic tape. It’s gently modulated for added richness and color. Adjust the time knob from max to min quickly, and you’ll get the infinity feedback effect.

Tape Echo Range: 55ms~552ms

Pan Delay simply moves a mono signal to different places in the stereo field. Our Pan Delay algorithm changes ordinary panning to “gourmet” panning that involves not only stereo placement but interesting imaging possibilities. It will allow pan moves to feel less extreme where you need placements to feel natural, and more extreme when you want to create sonic ear-candy inside your headphones.

Pan Delay Range: 80ms~1000ms

Verb Delay features our Plate Reverb algorithm with Digital Delay to create an ambient atmosphere. Hold the footswitch to enter Alt mode to adjust the Verb parameter through Repeat knob, short press the footswitch to quit Alt mode.

Verb Delay Range: 80ms~1000ms

Reverse Delay, a truly classic effect: Record a guitar part on tape. Flip the tape over. Play it back. Made popular by guitar legend Jimi Hendrix, the Reverse Delay still inspires people to let their hair down and try out new sonic possibilities


Reverse Delay Range: 320ms~1240ms

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