The Hamlet Delay is my take on a PT2399 delay with tails. The dry path is an always-on preamp with available boost, very high input impedance and low output impedance. The delay line is switched on separately in parallel with the dry signal. A tone trimmer allows the user to fine-tune the repeats, going from bright digital/tape-like to darker narrow-bandwidth analog-style repeats. Unlike many PT2399 delays, there is very little treble filtering otherwise, and combined with some progressive bass loss, and repeats take on a shimmery, singing quality that is not readily found in other delays.
This circuit was inspired by the Madbean Fatpants and the 1776 Multiplex Echo Machine. The tone control is similar to the one originally suggested by CultureJam.
Please check my web site or the Madbean, DIYstompboxes, and BYOC forums for the build docs so you can build your own (or you can contact me if you don't build and you want one built for you). There will also be a PCB release as soon as the boards are verified.
Tone King Imperial