“We just leave that here,” TC Electronic said via Facebook to the picture. And what do we see? Even if the picture does not show us that much, it still shows enough.
After last weeks tease of a TC Electronic 2290 Digital Delay as a floor pedal, this latest tease was slightly more in line with what we could expect from the Danish effects maker.
The name “Toneprint Pedalboard” and the 5 next to the footswitch says (presumably) almost everything. A multi-effect with at least 5 effect units , each having a foot switch. With what looks like TC’s MASH footswitches, which is a built-in expression pedal – not so sensitive, but still very useful for short gimmicks.
Particularly noteworthy, however, is the (OLED?) Display directly above the pedal. The display will show ” Hall Of Fame 2 Reverb ” and below that probably the name or parameters you can control with that MASH switch?
The layout of the Toneprint pedals is identical. Therefore, it is only logical if you can change the pedals in order. Maybe it is even possible to convert them completely by Editor and to choose individually from the effect pool ? So a Toneprint Pedalboard only for modulation effects , another for Overdrive and Distortion ? Possibly also a Polytune is installed.
Will we see the Toneprint Pedalboard for the first time in real on the NAMM 2020? Although Behringer always reserves a few nice things for these dates, it looks so far in the photo that it could possibly be on shelves tomorrow.