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  • New generic Blue Ocean Delay
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  • Caline CP-19 Blue ocean delay guitar effects
  • Blue ocean delay is a natural sounding digital/analog delay, with analog direct signal path.
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Item Weight295 g
Product Dimensions13.7 x 11.7 x 7.1 cm
Item model number40061687@@1
  
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ASINB00CU7YZZ2
Shipping Weight295 g
Date First Available4 Jun. 2013
  
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NEEWER is a registered trademark. ONLY Authorized seller of NEEWER can sell under NEEWER listings.
The Blue ocean delay has about the same bandwidth as the classic tape echo units.
LEVEL: Sets the level of delayed signal mixed with straight guitar tone
DELAY: Controls the delay time from 25ms to 600ms
REPEAT: Controls the repeats of the delay signal
Package Contents: 1 x Blue Ocean Delay

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Great Delay Pedal! 3 Jan. 2014
By S. Christensen - Published on Amazon.com
The fact that Caline's CP-19 Blue Ocean Delay is basically a knock-off of the Mad Professor Deep Blue Delay might turn some potential buyers away - but allow me to attempt to dissuade against such a reaction. Not only is the Blue Ocean a great pedal - but it's about six times less expensive than the Mad Professor model.... That's huge.

The CP-19 Blue Ocean Delay is a solid device with a well-constructed metal casing and a bright LED indicator. This pedal is perfect for those guitarists looking for a more blended, subtle delay - as opposed to, say, a pedal that has the capability to produce impractical and sometimes flat-out ridiculous second+ delay times - which is one of the features that drew me to it. Long delay effects can be fun to mess around with but I have yet to find an application for them on stage. The simplicity and sweet sound has subsequently made this piece an integral part of my pedalboard.

Be aware that one needs to either previously own or buy an additional 9v DC power supply for the pedal to even work, as no power supply is included and the pedal is incapable of running on batteries.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
great pedal 30 April 2014
By danoslayer - Published on Amazon.com
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this is a great delay pedal for an unbeatable price. it will run off a 9 volt battery, just like mxr pedals remove the screws on the bottom holding the plate and the battery adapters there. very versatile, strudy. true bypass, looks like its gonna hold up and doesnt take up much room on my pedal board
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great Pedal 10 Aug. 2014
By James David Ramey - Published on Amazon.com
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I have a lot of Joyo pedals and this one has the exact same switch. You can get rid of noise with a Snark wall wart. I used to own a Digitech back in the day because you wanted delay time back then. 600ms is what a Carbon Copy has. This one even sounds as good or I think even better than a CC for $28.

Watch out in 5 years our cars will be made there. I also have a few guitars made who knows where and now sound great after human setup.

Now all I need is a wah wah and I will have a fantastic pedal board. There is a couple of plastic Chinese wah wahs out there.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Total Piece of Junk - Do Not Buy, it's Bad 7 Nov. 2014
By BP - Published on Amazon.com
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You clearly get what you pay for. This is by far the worst delay pedal I have ever used. The delay itself is noisy and metallic sounding and the controls are not nearly as responsive as they should be. Sounded pretty bad with my OD engaged too. Horrible Chinese craftsmanship once again. Don't waste your money on this piece of junk. It's definitely no clone of Mad Profesors Delay. Not sure who started that rumor, probably Cadine. I just bought a WayHuge Aqua Puss Analig delay instead. Now that thing kicks ass!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A pedal of this caliber cannot be ignored 3 July 2014
By cr0wnest - Published on Amazon.com
Never tried the original Mad Professor, its way to expensive to be "tried". This clone on the other hand, is amazing! Much better than the Dr. J Shadow Echo I previously owned, that one was rather difficult to set up and get good sounds out of, and was far more expensive as well!. This one is quick, simple and easy. Made me wonder why didn't I just get this from the start.

The only really downside I can think of is the switch, like all Caline pedals, this one is just as hard to press down and reach the "activation" point if you get what I mean. And the electronics are cheap like the rest, and definitely not as good as other China branded pedals such as Joyo or Biyang. So is it long lasting? Only time will tell, but then again I've never heard of anyone reporting about their Caline pedals failing. I personally own a Caline CP-12 Pure Sky (Timmy Clone) and it has never failed me.

If you're looking for a low cost, but boutique sounding delay pedal. Look no further.

UPDATE 2 Feb 2015: Half a year later, I am still using this pedal, and its a very integral part of my pedal board. I recently acquired a Biyang Tri-reverb by stacking the two pedals together you get very decent and lush sounds that are perfect for ambient music, and haunting volume swells. Its no Strymon or Mad Professor, but at this price (The Caline and Biyang are less than 100 USD combined) nothing else even comes close. The pedal still works perfectly fine, it still sounds amazing, and if I was going to replace it I'd probably get a Dispatch Master by Earthquaker Devices due to that pedal having both reverb/delay combined in one and it will save space on my board.
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