Fairfield Circuitry Meet Maude Analog Delay FX Pedal [Pre-Order] - Pedal Jungle
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Fairfield Circuitry Meet Maude Analog Delay FX Pedal

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*This is a Special Order item that we order quickly and directly from our suppliers after your purchase and ship to you within 4-10 days.*Imagine an...

*This is a Special Order item that we order quickly and directly from our suppliers after your purchase and ship to you within 4-10 days.*

Imagine an old tape machine reel not quite spinning right, while ushering in lots of darkness, filth and foreboding elements with every turn! 

Meet Maude is an analog delay pedal from Fairfield Circuitry all the way from Québec, Canada.  Complete with the signature bare bones enclosure and stamped markings of Fairfield, this delay is truly exceptional and offers a super wide array of rich character and tones. 


The Details
  • Special Order Item
  • Expected to ship within 4-10 days
  • Effect: Analog Delay
  • Made In Canada
  • Delay time: 50 to 500 ms
  • True tape feel
  • Random delay modulation can be applied
  • Can use with expression pedal
  • Signature stamped bare enclosure
  • Built with top quality components
  • True bypass
  • Current draw 60 mA max.
  • 2 years manufacturers warranty
  • 9V DC centre negative

*Meet Maude was designed to operate using your typical centre negative, regulated 9-9.6 VDC power supply. The pedal is protected against reversed polarity and overvoltage conditions. Always check your power supply for proper voltage and polarity before connecting. There is no battery connection inside the pedal.

What Do Fairfield Circuitry Say?

Imparting a dark and tape-like quality to your sound, this analogue delay offers a rich and distinct character for you to wallow in luxury, self-righteousness and filth.  

Using the tone and feedback controls, you can shape your repeats to be much more than simple reproductions of the input. Play right on the threshold of feedback, which you can mold as a low thundering growl or screeching wail, or let your echo slowly die out as the dynamic output filter gets darker every repeat.

A random delay time modulation adds a true tape feel to the delay, like a reel-to-reel motor spinning not quite perfectly. Full CV capabilities allow you to control delay time and/or feedback with any external source, like an expression pedal.


COMPRESSOR The first stage of the delay effect path is a discrete JFET feedback compressor. This section evens out the dynamics of your signal to prevent distortion in the delay stage.
The dry signal (going to the Mix) does not go through the compressor, but the feedback signal does.

TONE AND FEEDBACK Meet Maude’s tone control will accentuate either the high (clockwise) or low (counter clockwise) frequencies of your delay signal. In the center position, there is a slight attenuation of the lower mid frequencies. Feedback (how much of the effect output is reapplied at the input) and tone work very closely together, since every repeat goes through the tone section. In practice, you will notice that tone affects feedback in two ways: it changes the feedback’s colour (ex.: bright tone gives bright feedback) and changes the feedback’s threshold (the further from the center position the tone control is, the faster the effect will go into feedback).

DELAY TIME MODULATION A random modulation can be applied to the delay time. This modulation is an offset that is added to the delay time, making it jump up or down in an unpredictable way.

VOLTAGE CONTROLLED FILTER (VCF) To deal with the noise generated by the delay section, the output is gated by a voltage controlled low-pass filter. The filter opens when the signal is loud, and starts to cut out high frequencies as it becomes quieter. This serves to attenuate any “wind noise” when you are not playing, and also shapes your repeats by making each sound a little darker. This effect will be more noticeable when you are playing softly.

CV JACK By default, the CV (Control Voltage) jack is used to control feedback amount with an expression pedal (wiper to tip standard). Using the micro-switches inside the enclosure,
the CV jack can perform a number of other functions, refer to the Meet Maude Programmer’s Manual for a detailed explanation.

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30 day peace of mind return policy, but please read our terms and conditions, returns and refunds policy before placing an order. 

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