JHS PedalsPanther Cub v1.5 Analog Delay


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JHS Pedals Panther Cub 1.5

The Panther Cub 1.5 is the upgraded incarnation of a JHS classic. Conceived nearly two years after the original was released, the 1.5 brings all the greatest components of the original to the table along with a few welcome additions.

At its core, the Panther Cub is a BBD type delay with a distinct tone and an array of options that allow it to serve a variety of playing styles with all the precision and excellence that made the original a hit.

Panther Cub 1.5 Features

  • V1.5 now has longer repeats without runaway
  • Smooth Vintage style runaway without clicking
  • More ambient availability in v. 1.5
  • Almost infinite repeats now available
  • A versatile bucket-brigade based 100% all analog delay pedal. 
  • 8 x 3208 bucket brigade delay chips allow for delay lengths up to 1,000 milliseconds.
  • Soft-touch tap tempo capabilities to lock your delay to the groove.
  •  Rhythmic divisions of quarter notes, eighth notes, dotted eighth notes, and triplets for various rhythmic relationships. 
  • Onboard modulation with speed and depth controls allows for shifting ones while staying locked to the beat. 
  • Internal ROAR switch provides 2 modes of oscillation sensitivity. 
  • EFX Loop that lets you add external effects to the delay trail. 
  • Dedicated Dry Out lets you split your signal to the rest of your pedal rig. 
  • Assignable expression gives control of Speed, Ratio, Mod Depth, and Mod Speed settings via internal switch. 
  • Tap Input/Output allows for tempo sync between devices with an external tap controller or tap slaving. 
  • True bypass. 
  • Pedal Type: Delay
  • Maximum Delay Time: 1 second (1000ms)
  • Inputs: 1 x 1/4" Instrument, Effects loop 1/4" TRS return
  • Outputs: 1 x 1/4", 1 x 1/4" Dry out, Effects loop 1/4" TRS send
  • Height 1.2"
  • Width 4.7"
  • Depth 3.7"
  • Power Supply Included: No
  • Manufacturer Part Number: PC
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