So I had a bit of a delay in getting this (pardon the pun) but I've finally got it in my pedal obsessive hands:
Free The Tone Flight Time Delay
First thing I noticed that it's smaller than I expected: just slightly smaller than Strymon's larger units a la BigSky, Timeline etc. Being loosely based on the TC 2290 delay, the layout looks very similar. It's quite simple to use actually.
I've only spent 20 minutes on it with a practice amp, and it's certainly a great sounding delay unit. It's geared towards the modern digital delay market so you won't find warm tape echo here. I was almost scared off that it was an instrument level only effect, but of course I got it anyway. I'll have to try this on the loop of my bigger amps soon, and hopefully in a band setting sooner or later.
2 major things I noticed:
1: It's a mono output only, so stereo guys are gonna be disappointed with this. This didn't really faze me as I don't often go stereo anyway, and if I did, I'd use this before another of my delays (Vox Time Machine or Boss DD20).
2: The BPM Analyzer:
This is the most anticipated feature as it's the only one of it's kind. I did some improvising with the feature enabled, and great scott, it works! Though the website warns that it may not always be applicable, so again I really need to test this properly.
Overall, even if I'm planning to extend the delay collection (Timefactor and Timeline are both on the radar), I'm certainly happy with this pedal.
Now all I need is a flux capacitor...
Fuck dude, how many pedals have you bought over the last few months? Haven't you found what works for you yet?