Benson Delay


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Benson Delay is a delay pedal based on PT2399 chips with a very nice analog sound, a simpel user interface and some hidden functions. This delay produces floaty and colorful repeats with a chaotic yet musical degradation. That’s the heart of the thing, the whole point.

With a 30ms-1250ms range, the Benson delay goes fast enough to do chorus, vibrato and slapback, and slow enough to create blurred and haunted soundscapes, with a whole spectrum of warbly musical sounds in between.

The Low Frequency Oscillator has a tremendous range of both speed and depth, as well as sine, square and random waveforms. Does warble, seasick, tape flutter, all the good sounds. The Benson Delay has the most accurate tap tempo ever applied to the PT2399 thanks to Bontempo, an open source technology concocted by Antoine Ricoux at Electric Canary, which was then refined and implemented by film colorist Octave Zangs (two geniuses).

Benson Delay demo video

Available on backorder



  • Effect: Delay
  • Design: Digital
  • Mono/Stereo: Mono In, Mono Out
  • Knobs: LFO Speed, LFO Depth, Feedback, Time, Mix
  • Switches: Bypass, Tap/Hold
  • Bypass Mode: True Bypass
  • Power Supply: 9V DC, center negative
  • Power Consumption: 100 mA
  • Works on batteries: No
  • Type of Battery: 9 volt
  • Format: Medium
  • Made in: USA

Additional information

Weight 0,7 kg
Dimensions 9,4 × 11,7 × 5,1 cm









Mono In / Mono Out


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