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JHS Pedals The Milkman Tape Echo Delay Effects Pedal
KN9141

£169.00
In Stock

Description

JHS Pedals The Milkman Tape Echo Delay Effects Pedal

The Milkman Tape Echo is the result of a collaboration between Josh Scott from JHS Pedals and Tim Marcus from Milkman Sound. These two tonal titans joining forces was bound to result in something truly special and the Milkman Tape Echo definitely lives up to the lofty expectations. It may well be one of the ultimate utility pedals out there. This is not some semi-skimmed everyday supermarket pedal. This is the real deal. We’re talking full-fat, gold-top, full of creamy goodness.

The Echo The Echo

The foremost feature of the Milkman Tape Echo is in the name. The Milkman is, primarily, a tape echo pedal designed to be a vintage-correct, high-quality, slap/echo delay for textural use. It’s a really great, simple to use, yet very authentic sounding echo that harkens back to the sound and use of the earlier delay units. The original tape units, which began to pop up in the late-50’s to early-60’s, were primarily used to fatten the tone, add ambience, and a little texture and pop to one’s sound.

Slap

You’ve got four controls on this side of the pedal. The first is “Slap”. This controls the time between the delays. As you turn up the amount of “Slap” the time between repeats increases. Bear in mind this is intended as a slap-back delay tone and so is intended for a short time between repeats. 

Mix

Next is “Mix”. This knob is used to control the amount of the pedal that is being incorporated into the signal path. You could think of it as a blend knob controlling the wet/dry amount. Turning the knob anticlockwise will increase the proportion of your dry signal. When you turn it clockwise, the amount of wet signal will increase, blending in the pedal effect into your signal path in a variable amount.

Repeat

The “Repeat” knob controls the number of repeats that are delivered by the pedal. There is a limit of around four and a half repeats at the top when the knob’s round clockwise as far as it’ll go. When turned the other way, there is a minimum of one repeat.

EQ

Last but by no means least is the “EQ” control. This is an important part of the pedal as it powerfully shapes the character of the repeats to perfectly control their brightness. It can be seen as a variable time machine. As mentioned above, the pedal is based upon early tape echoes and that is exactly the tonality and behaviour you’ll get when the knob is turned clockwise to the fullest. There you’ll find the repeats take on a bright and gritty characteristic reminiscent of those old tape units. 

However, when the knob is turned anticlockwise to the fullest the pedal moves forward in time a good ten or twenty years into the late-60’s, early-70’s. This is when a lot of guitarists started moving away from tape and towards analogue delays for their consistency, reliability and tone. These early analogue delays utilised bucket brigade chips and, as a result, could occupy a much smaller footprint and didn’t have any moving parts to wear or break. They also have a much darker, murkier tone which a lot of guitarists adore.

Having both of these tonalities available at the mere turn of a knob is a really powerful feature that allows you to find the perfect delay tone that fits with your rig no matter the circumstances. 

The Boost

There was another use that a lot of lovely old tape echo units were famous for and it has nothing to do with repeating notes. A lot of these old units had, somewhat unintentionally, absolutely killer boost tones. The sheer machinery that got these old beauties to run, when pushed slightly, added a lovely warmth and kick to the signal that a number of guitarists fell in love with. There are even guitarists that run old tape echo units in their signal path without any actual tape in the unit at all. They merely run them empty, just to get access to the sweet, thickening, warming effects that come from having that pedal turned on with a guitar signal running through it.

JHS has captured that elixir and poured it into the Milkman Tape Echo for access with a separate boost footswitch. This footswitch engages the miraculous, vintage boost tone modelled off those old tape units and can be used independently of the delay side of the pedal.

Much like the old echo units, the boosts tonality and behaviour is extremely amp-like. When the boost level is set low, at unity, the pedal will work to thicken, clarify and enhance your tone. Turn the knob further to the right and it can be used to push the front end of your amp and add that lovely warm, vintage grit to your rig.

The Last Drop

This pedal is udderly fantastic. It’ll make you want to keep playing ‘till the cows come home. It’s a perfect way to add some moo-vement to your sound and even provides 30% of your RDA of calcium and vitamin D!

OK, that might have been a bit of a stretch. But it is a truly fantastic pedal. It is made with JHS’s well renowned, very high-quality craftsmanship and a provides a really lovely, faithful tape echo/boost for any style of music. As mentioned earlier it really is an ideal one-stop-shop utility pedal.

Why Bonners?

Here at Bonners Music, you have the opportunity to try one of these great JHS effects pedals yourself. Just give us a call on 01323 636141 or better still, visit our showroom! If you can't see the JHS pedal listed that you are after just call 01323 636141 for availability and the best price.

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Presently, we offer online ordering and shipping to the UK only. Shipping rates may vary between areas and we do not offer online ordering to the Republic of Ireland, the Channel Islands and other International locations. A surcharge may be payable for Isle Of Wight, Northern Ireland, and other off-shore UK addresses.

How We Send Your Packages To You

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Returns

Warranty Returns

All new products purchased from Bonners are covered by a minimum 12-month return to base (RTB) warranty unless otherwise stated on your receipt.

Cabinet style digital pianos and acoustic pianos are covered by our on-site warranty. The applicable warranty period is shown on your receipt. Return to base means that the goods must be returned to us under the terms of the warranty. We do not pay for transport of RTB items to our premises for repair. We can collect your items - see collection charges below.

Self Assembly Items With Faults On Arrival
Please do not dispose of boxes and packaging for items which require self-assembly until you have thoroughly checked and tested the product. In the unlikely event that a self-assembly item arrives with a fault, we will it replace it free of charge if it is re-packaged for safe transportation in the cartons in which it was supplied. If you dispose of the packaging, we will charge for collection as per our collection charges stated at the bottom of this page.

If there's a fault with the product...

If at any time within this warranty period, the equipment fails, in the first instance call us on 01323 639335 where one of our advisers will try and help you rectify the fault over the telephone.

If your item fails within 30 days of receipt, and is not due to mis-use or other reason excluded from the normal warranty, we'll give you a replacement or, if that's not possible, a refund.

After the 30 day period, we will arrange a suitable repair of the item or, if that's not possible, give you a replacement, or if that's not possible, a refund.

On-site warranties only apply to larger digital pianos and acoustic pianos. It is the buyer's responsibility to return all other items to our store for repair. We charge for collection of faulty items. Charges vary depending upon location and size/weight of the product being collected.

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If You Made The Purchase From Home....

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We charge for collection of items which appear to have a fault - but this charge will be refunded to you once we receive the item and have confirmed that a fault exists.

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Goods Purchased In-Store

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Goods Purchased From Home

Following The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations, we will accept items back even if you have opened the goods to inspect them. You are entitled to a refund as long as you inform us of your decision to cancel within 14 calendar days from the day after delivery of the goods. The goods must be in an ‘as new’ condition and returned in the original, undamaged packaging, along with any accessories and free gifts received with them. You can examine the goods as you would in a shop but you must not have used or installed them or input any data on them. Whilst the goods are in your possession you must take reasonable care of them. Enclosed DVDs, CDs, memory cards and software packaging discs must still be sealed. We do not accept return of goods that have ben damaged or mis-handled whlst in your care

There are three ways to refund/cancel your purchase:

  • You can return the product to our store with your receipt, bringing the card you paid with so we can credit it. When returning opened products to us, you should do so without undue delay and, in any event, not later than 14 days from the day on which you communicate to us your decision to cancel.
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  • By phoning us on 01323 639335 with your order reference number and delivery details to hand

Once we have received the goods back from you, and after inspection of their condition, we will give you a refund for the cost of the product plus the delivery charge paid when you purchased the item(s) (except for the additional costs arising if you selected a type of delivery other than the least expensive type of standard delivery offered by us). If you have changed your mind and no longer wish to keep the item(s), we do not refund the cost of returning the item(s) to us.

We may make a deduction from the refund for any loss in value of the goods if the loss is a result of any unnecessary handling by you. If you have requested we begin the performance of any service, such as installation of a product, within the 14 day cancellation period we have the right to retain any charge paid for services which have already begun or been completed. Refunds take 7-10 working days to be credited to your payment card.

We cannot refund/cancel your purchase:

  • The goods have been damaged whilst in your care.
  • If you return your product to our store without proof of purchase
  • The seal has been broken on any included DVDs, CDs, memory cards or software
  • The goods were a special order to your specification

In All Cases....

We do not accept returns of software, music books, CD's, DVD's, or consumables, unless found to be faulty in which case a replacement product of the same title will be supplied.

We also do not accept returns of goods which have been made to your specifications or have been personalised. We may also refuse to accept the return of any item which has been mis-used.

Our warranty, returns & refunds policies do not affect your statutory rights.

Collection Charges

If you need your product collected from a UK mainland address because you have changed your mind, or have disposed of the packaging of a self-assembly product, or if it requires attention under a return-to-base (RTB) warranty, the following charges will apply:

Note: We do not collect items that are not in their original box and packaging, except for digital pianos. It is up to you to ensure your item is packaged safely for transportation and we do not accept liability for goods damaged in transit due to being incorrectly packed before collection by our courier/driver

Our collection charges may differ from any delivery charges you may have paid at the time of purchase. This is because we offer subsidised delivery costs at the time of sale. Weights referred to below are the gross weight including packaging.

Product Type Collection Charge Including VAT
Portable Keyboard/Piano - boxed in original packaging under 20KG £57.60
Portable Keyboard/Piano - boxed in original packaging 20KG - 40KG £81.60
Portable Keyboard/Piano - boxed in original packaging Over 40KG £105.60
Digital Piano (cabinet style; boxed in original packaging) £180
Digital Piano (cabinet style; un-boxed) - Ground Level Collection (max 5 steps/stairs*) £240 *Additional charge of £90 per flight of stairs
Acoustic Upright Piano - Ground Level Collection (max 5 steps/stairs*) £240 *Additional charge of £90 per flight of stairs
Acoustic Grand Piano - Ground Level Collection (max 5 steps/stairs**) £360 **Additional charge of £144 per flight of stairs
All other items boxed in original packaging £43.20

*NB - Charges quoted are for standard collection from England ground level postcodes. Additional surcharges may apply to goods being collected from other areas. Enquire for details before committing to purchase.

Part Exchange Returns

If you part exchanged an instrument towards the item you are returning, we will refund you the monies paid and, if we still have posession of your part exchanged item, you will need to arrange collection from one of our stores, or pay a delivery charge for the item to be returned to you. Delivery charges for return of part exchanged items will depend upon the individual item and quotes are available on request.

In the event that we have bno longer have possession of your part exchanged item, we will refund you the monies paid plusthe value given for your part exchange item - as shown on your sales receipt.

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JHS Pedals The Milkman Tape Echo Delay Effects Pedal The Milkman Tape Echo is the result of a collaboration between Josh Scott from JHS Pedals and Tim Marcus from Milkman Sound. These two tonal titans joining forces was bound to result in something truly special and the Milkman Tape Echo definitely lives up to the lofty expectations. It may well be one of the ultimate utility pedals out there. This is not some semi-skimmed everyday supermarket pedal. This is the real deal. We’re talking full-fat, gold-top, full of creamy goodness. The Echo The Echo The foremost feature of the Milkman Tape Echo is in the name. The Milkman is, primarily, a tape echo pedal designed to be a vintage-correct, high-quality, slap/echo delay for textural use. It’s a really great, simple to use, yet very authentic sounding echo that harkens back to the sound and use of the earlier delay units. The original tape units, which began to pop up in the late-50’s to early-60’s, were primarily used to fatten the tone, add ambience, and a little texture and pop to one’s sound. Slap You’ve got four controls on this side of the pedal. The first is “Slap”. This controls the time between the delays. As you turn up the amount of “Slap” the time between repeats increases. Bear in mind this is intended as a slap-back delay tone and so is intended for a short time between repeats.  Mix Next is “Mix”. This knob is used to control the amount of the pedal that is being incorporated into the signal path. You could think of it as a blend knob controlling the wet/dry amount. Turning the knob anticlockwise will increase the proportion of your dry signal. When you turn it clockwise, the amount of wet signal will increase, blending in the pedal effect into your signal path in a variable amount. Repeat The “Repeat” knob controls the number of repeats that are delivered by the pedal. There is a limit of around four and a half repeats at the top when the knob’s round clockwise as far as it’ll go. When turned the other way, there is a minimum of one repeat. EQ Last but by no means least is the “EQ” control. This is an important part of the pedal as it powerfully shapes the character of the repeats to perfectly control their brightness. It can be seen as a variable time machine. As mentioned above, the pedal is based upon early tape echoes and that is exactly the tonality and behaviour you’ll get when the knob is turned clockwise to the fullest. There you’ll find the repeats take on a bright and gritty characteristic reminiscent of those old tape units.  However, when the knob is turned anticlockwise to the fullest the pedal moves forward in time a good ten or twenty years into the late-60’s, early-70’s. This is when a lot of guitarists started moving away from tape and towards analogue delays for their consistency, reliability and tone. These early analogue delays utilised bucket brigade chips and, as a result, could occupy a much smaller footprint and didn’t have any moving parts to wear or break. They also have a much darker, murkier tone which a lot of guitarists adore. Having both of these tonalities available at the mere turn of a knob is a really powerful feature that allows you to find the perfect delay tone that fits with your rig no matter the circumstances.  The Boost There was another use that a lot of lovely old tape echo units were famous for and it has nothing to do with repeating notes. A lot of these old units had, somewhat unintentionally, absolutely killer boost tones. The sheer machinery that got these old beauties to run, when pushed slightly, added a lovely warmth and kick to the signal that a number of guitarists fell in love with. There are even guitarists that run old tape echo units in their signal path without any actual tape in the unit at all. They merely run them empty, just to get access to the sweet, thickening, warming effects that come from having that pedal turned on with a guitar signal running through it. JHS has captured that elixir and poured it into the Milkman Tape Echo for access with a separate boost footswitch. This footswitch engages the miraculous, vintage boost tone modelled off those old tape units and can be used independently of the delay side of the pedal. Much like the old echo units, the boosts tonality and behaviour is extremely amp-like. When the boost level is set low, at unity, the pedal will work to thicken, clarify and enhance your tone. Turn the knob further to the right and it can be used to push the front end of your amp and add that lovely warm, vintage grit to your rig. The Last Drop This pedal is udderly fantastic. It’ll make you want to keep playing ‘till the cows come home. It’s a perfect way to add some moo-vement to your sound and even provides 30% of your RDA of calcium and vitamin D! OK, that might have been a bit of a stretch. But it is a truly fantastic pedal. It is made with JHS’s well renowned, very high-quality craftsmanship and a provides a really lovely, faithful tape echo/boost for any style of music. As mentioned earlier it really is an ideal one-stop-shop utility pedal. Why Bonners? Here at Bonners Music, you have the opportunity to try one of these great JHS effects pedals yourself. Just give us a call on 01323 636141 or better still, visit our showroom! If you can't see the JHS pedal listed that you are after just call 01323 636141 for availability and the best price.

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