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Earth Quaker Devices Afterneath V3 Enhanced Otherworldly Reverberator Pedal
Notes: The Afterneath sounds a lot like it looks - a wizard bursting forth from ethereal cave and ready for the ambient battle.

Once inside the cave, a reflection of light from an unknown source catches your eye, and you notice a bizarre sheen on the walls of the cave. You timidly inch closer to the walls of the cave. Placing your hand gently on the cavern wall, you feel the rock move. The cave is alive! Alarmed, you emit a loud gasp, which reverberates throughout the subterranean landscape. Upon further listening, it appears as though the reverberations of your voice are in fact a swarm of short digital delays which may be used to create wild and cavernous reverbs, or scattered, short, rhythmic delays with bizarre characteristics.

Take a moment to consider your Intelligence and Wisdom scores, as well as your spell inventory before proceeding further. You have seven spells at your disposal.

Will you cast "Length," which controls the decay length of the reverb?
What about "Diffuse," which adjusts the spread of the reverb? With your wand (or just the knob) turned counterclockwise, the reverb is sharper with more attack, resulting in a stuttering sputter of individual early reflections. Clockwise casts a washy, more ambient-sounding hex.

Overwhelmed by fear, you hastily cast "Dampen!" As you shout the incantation, you notice that a counterclockwise variation of this spell results in brighter tones, while as you rotate your wand clockwise; you hear darker tones with a mellower top-end. It's almost as if your magic changes the hardness of the cavern walls, and thus the tonal characteristics of the reverb!

Elsewhere in your book of magic is "Drag," which separates the individual digital delay lines, literally dragging them through the very fabric of time and space towards an unknown event horizon from which they may never return. Clockwise "Drag" positions will gather the delay lines close together for a more reverb-like effect. Turn the "Drag" counterclockwise, and the delay lines will begin to pull apart for a scattered ping-pong delay effect.

The Drag can be put under voltage or expression control using the "EXP" jack located on the side and operates in 9 different modes which are selected by the small "Mode" control. These modes are: Unquantized, Unquantized with slew, Unquantized volt/octave,
Chromatic scale, Major scale, Minor scale, Pentatonic scale, Octaves & fifths and Octaves. These modes drastically change the way the Drag control functions, especially while using an expression control or CV.

The "Reflect" alters the depth of the cave, and with it the regeneration of the reverb. This acts as a feedback control and will self-oscillate if cast by a high-level user. Turn clockwise for more wash and echoes, counterclockwise for less.

Finally, the "Mix" alters the alchemical balance between the input signal and the effect. The Afterneath does not go fully wet but does lower the level of the input signal as you raise this control to create the appearance of a fully wet reverb.

Modes
The Modes control changes the way the Drag control functions. The LED will change colors indicating which mode you are in.

1. Unquantized: Smooth, unquantized response over the operating range

2. Unquantized with Slew: Smooth, unquantized response over the entire operating range, but with a musical slew that is reminiscent of turning the varispeed knob on a vintage British tape delay. The "Drag" will lag behind the knob or cv changes, but then quickly catch up.

3. Unquantized Volt/Octave: Smooth and unquantized, yet scaled to align with the 1v/octave curve to allow melodic modulation of audio in the buffer, or control the frequency of self-oscillation like a voltage controlled oscillator.?

4. Chromatic Scale: Quantized 1v/octave to the chromatic scale?

5. Minor Scale: Quantized 1v/octave to the minor scale?

6. Major Scale (Lydian): Quantized 1v/octave to the major scale (Lydian)?

7. Pentatonic Scale: Quantized 1v/octave to the pentatonic scale?

8. Octaves & Fifths: Quantized 1v/octave to omit all but octaves and fifths?

9. Octaves: Quantized 1v/octave to omit all but octaves

Specifications:

Dimensions: 4.75 x 2.50 x 2.25 in. (121 x 64 x 57 mm) with knobs

Current Draw: 100 mA

Input Impedance: 1 MO

Output Impedance: 500 O
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Earth Quaker Devices Aqueduct True Pitch Vibrato pedal
Cat: 781154 Rel: 18 Sep 20
 
vibrarto pedal
Notes: Aqueduct is a vintage-inspired pitch vibrato with eight modulation modes delivering synth-like sonar pulses, touch-sensitive frequency modulation, gentle rolling pitch-wobbles, steady kosmische pulsations, rapid trills, slimy sonic squiggles, whammy bar wiggles, pitch bends, pseudo-flange, and anything else your pitch-warped brain can picture in your murky mind's eye.

Controls
The controls are simple. Rate (1) adjusts the LFO speed which controls how quickly the pitch rises and falls. Depth (2) controls the LFO amplitude, adjusting the intensity of the vibrato effect. The rotary switch labeled Mode (3) selects between one of eight LFO waveshape and envelope combinations which drastically alter the character of the modulation and make Aqueduct adaptable to nearly any musical situation.

Modes
Sine: The smoothest and most subtle of all waveforms, sine waves are most commonly associated with classic amp-like vibrato. Plug in, turn on, and commence the Chooglin'.

Triangle: Triangle waves have a sharper rise and fall than sine waves with a more pronounced pitch bend at the peak of each LFO cycle.

Ramp: Like a triangle wave with a twist. The Ramp waveform has a sharp sonar pulse followed by a rapid downward slope with a synthesizer-like sustain and release. This is where things start to get a little weird.

Square: Square waves are the most rigid and abrupt of the waveforms. Rather than gliding smoothly between pitches, square waves produce an instant on-or-off transition between notes. Use this mode for trills when you get tired of doing hammer-ons and pull-offs.

Random: This waveform isn't a waveform at all as much as it's a drunken master of modulation who slurs your notes into an unpredictable assortment of greasy pitch-bends before disappearing at last call and leaving you stuck with the tab. It has a "warped record" effect at low Depth settings and becomes sloppier and more randomized as you increase the Depth control.

Env D: This is Envelope-Controlled Depth mode. The waveshape is set to a sine wave, the speed of which may be adjusted using the Rate control. The Depth control sets the sensitivity of the envelope - the point at which the effect kicks in as you play. In this mode, your pick attack sets the intensity of the modulation. The harder you dig in, the more pronounced the effect. Try it during your next motorik jam.

Env R: This is Envelope-Controlled Rate mode. In this mode, the input level (i.e. pick attack) controls the LFO rate. The LFO uses a sine waveshape. Play harder for faster modulation or lay low for slower modulation speeds. The Rate control adjusts the sensitivity of the envelope. Depth selects the LFO intensity.

Env P: This is Envelope-Controlled Pitch mode, which has been lovingly nicknamed "The My Bloody Valentine setting". If your instrument doesn't have a tremolo bar, it does now. In this mode, the LFO is set to a sine waveshape, and frequency modulation is controlled by the dynamics of your pick attack and not the LFO. Do yourself a favor and try this one with Flexi-Switching™.
Depth sets the wet/dry mix. This is the only mode that contains a wet/dry mix and may be set to taste to create touch-sensitive dynamic vibrato, chorus, flanger, or tactile pitch drops. Full counterclockwise is all dry, full clockwise is all wet. With this control set to noon you will get a 50/50 mix with a small amount of phase cancellation.
Rate sets the sensitivity and overall range of the pitch bend.

Dimensions: 4.75 x 2.50 x 2.25 in. (121 x 64 x 57 mm) with knobs

Current Draw: 68 mA

Input Impedance: 1 MO

Output Impedance: <10 kO
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Earth Quaker Devices Arpanoid V2 Polyphonic Pitch Arpeggiator Pedal
Cat: 781496 Rel: 22 Sep 20
 
arpeggiator pedal
Notes: Welcome to the first dedicated compact polyphonic pitch arpeggiator effect pedal for electrical guitar! What does the Arpanoid do? The Arpanoid takes whatever you play and transforms it into an adjustable ascending or descending scale. It features 8 intuitive and expandable modes and will work on complex chords as well as single notes in any key. The Arpanoid has an all analog dry signal, all digital wet signal and true bypass switching. Like all EarthQuaker Devices pedals, this dude is handmade one at a time in sunny Akron Ohio.

1. Rate: Adjusts the speed of the sequence.

2. Up/Up-Down/Down Toggle: Switch to control the direction of the sequence. All the way left is up, the sequence will continually repeat going up. In the middle is up/down, the sequence will continually repeat going up then back down. All the way right is down, the signal will continually repeat going down.

3. Step: Selects how many notes there are in the sequence.

4. Wet: Level control for the effect signal. Unity is around noon.

5. Mode: 8 position selector switch to choose the octave and key:

Major: -1 octave to root.

Major: root to +1 octave.

Major: -1 octave through +1

Major: Random pattern

Minor: -1 octave to root.

Minor: root to +1 octave.

Minor: -1 octave through +1

Minor: Random pattern

6. Dry: Level control for the dry signal. Unity is around noon.

Dimensions: 4.75 x 2.50 x 2.25 in. (121 x 64 x 57 mm) with knobs
Current Draw: 65 mA
Input Impedance: 1 MO
Output Impedance: <1 kO
Flexi-Switchr Technology
This device features Flexi-Switchr Technology! This relay-based, true bypass switching style allows you to simultaneously use momentary and latching style switching.

For standard latching operation, tap the footswitch once to activate the effect and then tap again to bypass.

For momentary operation, hold the footswitch down for as long as you'd like to use the effect. Once you release the switch the effect will be bypassed.

Since the switching is relay based, it requires power to pass signal.

This device takes a standard 9 volt DC power supply with a 2.1mm negative center barrel. Pedal-specific, transformer-isolated wall-wart power supplies or multiple isolated-output supplies are generally recommended. Pedals will make extra noise if there is ripple or unclean power. Switching-type power supplies, daisy chains and non-pedal specific power supplies do not filter dirty power as well and let through unwanted noise. DO NOT RUN AT HIGHER VOLTAGES!
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Earth Quaker Devices Bit Commander V2 Analog Octave Synth Pedal
Cat: 781605 Rel: 18 Sep 20
 
Octave synth pedal
Notes: The Bit Commander is a monophonic analog guitar synthesizer with four octaves of vintage square wave synth tones. Its no-nonsense interface makes it easy to add or subtract octaves to create a wide variety of sounds without having to dial in envelopes or oscillators. Ripping sub-octave thump, pulsing octave down, a lightly squared base tone and a swelling transformer based octave up all join together to make a single guitar sound like an army of olde tyme synths.

Controls:
1. Level: Master volume

2. Filter: Tone control more highs clockwise, more warmth counterclockwise

3. Base: Squared input signal level

4. Sub: Two octaves down level

5. Down 1: One octave down level

6. Up 1: One octave up level

This device is true bypass and uses electronic relay-based switching. Audio will not pass without power.

This device takes a standard 9 volt DC power supply with a 2.1mm negative center barrel. We always recommend pedal-specific, transformer-isolated wall-wart power supplies or multiple isolated-output supplies. Pedals will make extra noise if there is ripple or unclean power. Switching-type power supplies, daisy chains and non-pedal specific power supplies do not filter dirty power as well and let through unwanted noise. DO NOT RUN AT HIGHER VOLTAGES!

Dimensions: 4.75 x 2.50 x 2.25 in. (121 x 64 x 57 mm) with knobs
Current Draw: 25 mA
Input Impedance: 50 kO
Output Impedance: <500 O
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Earth Quaker Devices Data Corrupter Modulated Monophonic Harmonizing PLL Pedal
Cat: 781617 Rel: 18 Sep 20
 
Harmonizing pedal
Notes: The Data Corrupter is a monophonic analog harmonizing PLL with modulation. It takes your input signal and brutally amplifies it into a crushing square wave fuzz tone that is then multiplied, divided and modulated to create a wild, yet repeatable, three-voice guitar synthesizer.

The Master Oscillator is the central nervous system at the heart of the Data Corrupter's cyberpunk hive mind. It feeds your input to the signal harvester in its original octave (Unison), one octave down (-1) or two octaves down (-2) for maximum compatibility with your preferred instrument and frequency register. Once you've chosen your input octave, then the Data Corrupter will perform its calculations and spit out an analog synthesized frequency, which can be pitch-bent for portamento or vibrato sounds by the Frequency Modulator! From there, you can blend in one of eight Subharmonic intervals up to three octaves below the input and mix in a square wave fuzz tone for maximum data corruption.

The Master Oscillator (1) is the central nervous system at the heart of the Data Corrupter's cyberpunk hive mind. The three-position switch on the Master Oscillator control panel labeled Root (2) feeds your input to the signal harvester in its original octave (Unison), one octave down (-1) or two octaves down (-2). Use the Master Oscillator's Root Switch to fine tune the Data Corrupter's tracking response for maximum compatibility with your preferred instrument and frequency register. Once you've chosen your input octave, the Data Corrupter will perform its calculations and spit out a synthesized frequency, the octave and/or interval of which may be selected via the Master Oscillator's eight-position rotary switch.

The Voice Mixer's Oscillator Control (3) adjusts the Master Oscillator blend.

The Frequency Modulator (4) applies pitch-bend modulation to the Master Oscillator. In Glide mode, you'll hear a smooth portamento as each note slides into the next. In Vibrato mode the pitch modulates up and down for a retro sci-fi laser effect.

The Subharmonic (5) assimilates the input signal into one of eight lower octave programs between one and three octaves below the original. For a more stable lower octave, set the Subharmonic's Root Switch to the Unison position, which divides the Square Wave input signal, and removes the Frequency Modulator from the Subharmonic signal path.

To unleash the cracked machine lurking within the mainframe, set the Subharmonic Root Switch to Oscillator and try not to look away as the sonic malware you just installed mangles your input signal into the sum and difference of both the Master Oscillator and Subharmonic with the Frequency Modulator applied to the upper and lower octaves.

If you think you're brave enough, set the Subharmonic Root Switch to Oscillator and try experimenting with different Master Oscillator and Subharmonic programs to wind up the doomsday clock and inch ever closer to the Singularity. Adjust the Voice Mixer's Subharmonic Control to set the lower octave volume.

Finally, (or is it?) the Square (6) control located top-left on the Voice Mixer blends in a fuzzed-out square-wave take of your input in its original octave.

The heart of this pedal is based around a CMOS Phase Locked Loop (PLL) IC. In a nutshell, the PLL takes your input signal and compares its phase and frequency against an oscillator, generates an output proportional to their difference then feeds it back to the oscillator. This then causes the oscillator to lock onto the input signal and generate a synthesized frequency. Pretty cool, right? This synthesized frequency is referred to as the Master Oscillator on the Data Corrupter.

This device takes its inspiration from the Electrax Synthax and the "Basic Frequency Synthesizer" by Ray Marston. Neither of these were really intended to be guitar effect pedals and a lot of work went into creating the Data Corrupter to provide excellent tracking and long sustain. We think you'll find it more expressive and accurate than pretty much any other PLL based effect pedal around.

This device features Flexi-Switchr Technology! This relay-based, true bypass switching style allows you to simultaneously use momentary and latching style switching.

For standard latching operation, tap the footswitch once to activate the effect and then tap again to bypass.

For momentary operation, hold the footswitch down for as long as you'd like to use the effect. Once you release the switch the effect will be bypassed.

Since the switching is relay based, it requires power to pass signal.

Dimensions: 5.65 x 4.75 x 2.25 in. (144 x 121 x 57 mm) with knobs
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Earth Quaker Devices Dispatch Master V3 Digital Delay & Reverb Pedal
Cat: 781637 Rel: 18 Sep 20
 
Delay & reverb pdeal
Notes: The Dispatch Master is a hi-fi digital Delay & Reverb Device that combines independent delay and reverb effects into one space-saving enclosure, so you can keep deep ambient echoes (or just a quick slapback) on speed-dial.

The best-selling EarthQuaker Devices pedal just got better with new Flexi-Switchr Technology. Want to dip into ambient delay and reverb sounds for just one note? Press and hold the footswitch for as long as you use the effect, release it when you're finished, and resume your regularly scheduled dry sound. To use the Dispatch Master as a normal effects pedal, press the switch once to activate and again to bypass.

To Use Both Effects at the Same Time, Simply Adjust all Controls to Taste:

The Mix (1) control is a wet/dry blend that adjusts the overall level of the affected signal.

Time (2) sets the delay time from 0ms to 1500ms (1.5 seconds).

Reverb (3) controls the amount of reverb. Counterclockwise is less reverb, clockwise is more reverb.

Repeats (4) controls the regeneration of the delay signal. When the Repeats control is set to maximum, you'll get infinite repeats without runaway self-oscillation, which makes it great for creating drones, dialing in the ultimate post-rock guitar sound without feedback, or just having fun.

To Use the Dispatch Master as a Delay Only:

Turn the Reverb control all the way down.

Adjust the Time, Repeats, and Mix controls to taste:

To Use the Dispatch Master as a Reverb Only:

Turn the Time and Repeats controls all the way down

Adjust the Reverb and Mix controls to taste

THIS IS IMPORTANT! In Reverb-only mode, the Repeats control has a secondary function. It can be used to adjust the decay, depth, and tonal quality of the reverb! Turn it up for more dynamics and a thicker tone.

This device features Flexi-Switchr Technology! This relay-based, true bypass switching style allows you to simultaneously use momentary and latching style switching.

For standard latching operation, tap the footswitch once to activate the effect and then tap again to bypass.

For momentary operation, hold the footswitch down for as long as you'd like to use the effect. Once you release the switch the effect will be bypassed.

Since the switching is relay based, it requires power to pass signal.

This device takes a standard 9 volt DC power supply with a 2.1mm negative center barrel. We always recommend pedal-specific, transformer-isolated wall-wart power supplies or multiple isolated-output supplies. Pedals will make extra noise if there is ripple or unclean power. Switching-type power supplies, daisy chains and non-pedal specific power supplies do not filter dirty power as well and let through unwanted noise. Do not run at higher voltages!

Dimensions: 4.75 x 2.50 x 2.25 in. (121 x 64 x 57 mm) with knobs
Current Draw: 78 mA
Input Impedance: 1 MO
Output Impedance: <1 kO
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Earth Quaker Devices Dunes V2 Mini Mega Ultimate Overdrive Pedal
Cat: 781639 Rel: 18 Sep 20
 
Overdrive pedal
Notes: Dunes is a condensed take on our highly popular Palisades "808-style" overdrive. All the glitz and glamour of the original Palisades has been stripped away, leaving only the bare essentials required for a rippin' mid-boosting transparent overdrive. It has all the great tone of the grown-up Palisades but with a simplified interface and a smaller footprint!

The Dunes features the same Gain, Tone and Level controls as the Palisades, along with Earth Quaker's favoured voice and bandwidth settings, as well as the Normal/Bright toggle. The selectable clipping Voices are: MOSFET for a tight crunchy sound (Palisades' Setting 3); Silicon Asymmetrical clipping for tighter light gain OD closest to the classic 808 sound (Palisades' Setting 4), and None, which goes from clean boost to gritty, pure op-amp distortion with a massive volume boost (Palisades' Setting 1). The two Bandwidth settings are Stock for the classic tone (Palisades' Setting 3) and Full Range for more low end (Palisades' Setting 5).

Controls:
1. Tone: Brighter clockwise, warmer counterclockwise

2. Voice: MF- MOSFET diode clipping, N- No diode clipping, Si- Silicon diode clipping

3. Gain: Adjusts the drive, dirtier clockwise, cleaner counterclockwise

4. Normal/Bright: Normal is a warm full tone, Bright is livelier tone with more chime

5. Volume: Sets the output level

6. Bandwidth: Left is brighter with more emphasis on the mids, right is full range for more low end

Tech Specs:

This device is true bypass and uses electronic relay-based switching. Audio will not pass without power.

This device takes a standard 9 volt DC power supply with a 2.1mm negative center barrel. Pedal-specific, transformer-isolated wall-wart power supplies or multiple isolated-output supplies, are a;ways recommended. Pedals will make extra noise if there is ripple or unclean power. Switching-type power supplies, daisy chains and non-pedal specific power supplies do not filter dirty power as well and let through unwanted noise. DO NOT RUN AT HIGHER VOLTAGES!

Dimensions: 4.75 x 2.50 x 2.25 in. (121 x 64 x 57 mm) with knobs
Current Draw: 16 mA
Input Impedance: 500 kO
Output Impedance: <1 kO
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Earth Quaker Devices Grand Orbiter V3 Phase Machine Pedal
Cat: 781668 Rel: 18 Sep 20
 
Phase machine pedal
Notes: Grand Orbiter is a 4 stage OTA-based phaser with a diverse feature set that can go from stationary and resonant to slow and mellow and on through fast and swirly. It has three way toggle switch to select between the ranges of modulation. The master Rate control fine tunes the speed of the LFO in each of these modes and the flashing red LED acts as a visual indicator, even when the effect is in bypass mode. The Depth control blends the shifted signal in with the dry signal and controls the intensity of the effect. The Sweep control governs the peak frequency of the phased signal's tone, turned full clockwise the sweep is lively and intense, whereas turning counter clockwise yields a darker, more laid back peak. The Resonance provides a wide range of control over regeneration and at higher settings adds a more pronounced and resonant tone. You can also use the Grand Orbiter as a true pitch vibrato with the "Phase/Vibrato" switch. When in "Vibrato" mode, the dry signal is removed and the Depth controls acts as a volume control. This pedal is 100% analog, true bypass and built by entirely by hand in beachy Akron, Ohio.

1. Sweep: Controls the frequency peak of the sweep. Higher peak clockwise, lower peak counter clockwise.

2. Rate 1,2,3: Changes the range of the speed control. Rate 1 is slow mode, Rate 2 is LFO kill to use the Orbiter as a fixed resonant filter, Rate 3 is fast mode.

3. Rate: Controls the speed of the LFO. Faster clockwise, slower counterclockwise.

4. Depth: Controls the amount of phase effect mixed with dry signal. Clockwise for more intense phasing, counterclockwise for less. In "Vibrato" mode, this acts as a volume control.

5. Phase/Vibrato: Cuts the dry signal to create a vibe/vibrato effect depending on the setting of the other controls. Vibrato is created by turning the resonance down low.

6. Resonance: Controls the regeneration of the phased signal. More resonant clockwise, more subtle counterclockwise.

Tech Specs:

This device takes a standard 9 volt DC power supply with a 2.1mm negative center barrel. Pedal-specific transformer-isolated wall-wart power supplies, or multiple isolated-output supplies, are always recommended. Pedals will make extra noise if there is ripple or unclean power. Switching-type power supplies, daisy chains and non-pedal specific power supplies do not filter dirty power as well and let through unwanted noise. DO NOT RUN AT HIGHER VOLTAGES!

Dimensions: 4.75 x 2.50 x 2.25 in. (121 x 64 x 57 mm) with knobs
Current Draw: 15 mA
Input Impedance: 1 MO
Output Impedance: <1 kO
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Earth Quaker Devices Gray Channel Dynamic Dirt Doubler Pedal
Cat: 781674 Rel: 18 Sep 20
 
Overdrive pedal
Notes: The Gray Channel is a real "twofer" of an overdrive. It is based around a classic hard-clipping gray box overdrive. It is two channels of a simple hard clipping overdrive that leaves the character of the guitar and amp intact. The Gray Channel retains the classic warm overdrive sound and expands upon it with several clipping options and bigger bass response.
With more and more drive pedals moving onto already crowded pedal boards, having the Gray Channel dual overdrive is totally crucial for sonic growth and sustain.

Green Channel Controls
Gain: Adjusts the drive. Dirtier clockwise, cleaner counterclockwise.
Green: Sets the output level when the green LED is lit.
Toggle: Si- Silicon clipping, N- No clipping, Ge- Germanium Clipping

Red Channel Controls
Gain: Adjusts the drive. Dirtier clockwise, cleaner counterclockwise.
Red: Sets the output level when the red LED is lit.
Toggle: LED- LED clipping, N- No clipping, FET- Mosfet Clipping

Footswitches
Channel Switch: Selects between Red and Green channels.
Activate Switch: Turns the effect on and off.

Each channel has 3 clipping modes. The Green channel- Si (Silicon clipping diodes), Ge (Germanium clipping diodes) and N (no clipping diodes). The Si mode will be bright/loud/fuzzy and has a natural tube type break up. Ge mode is a little looser with more lows and warmth and less output. N mode acts as a clean boost until you hit roughly 1 o'clock on the gain, at which point it'll start to saturate the opamp into a biting, loud distortion.

Now onto the modes of the Red channel. Here, you've got LED (LED clipping diodes), FET (Mosfet clipping diodes) and N (again, no clipping diodes). LED mode is the loudest, cleanest and most touch sensitive/least compressed. FET mode is the most compressed with a tighter crunch; the biggest hesher of the group. And finally, the N mode is the same clean to crazy loud opamp distortion setup as the Green channel. With a couple of switch clicks you can go from your bypassed tone to warm break up to over-the-top gnarly grind and any/every combination in between.

Dimensions: 4.65 x 3.65 x 2.25 in. (118 x 93 x 57 mm) with knobs

Current Draw: 45 mA

Input Impedance: 500 kO

Output Impedance: <1 kO

This device is true bypass and uses electronic relay-based switching. Audio will not pass without power.

This device takes a standard 9 volt DC power supply with a 2.1mm negative center barrel. Pedal-specific, transformer-isolated wall-wart power supplies, or multiple isolated-output supplies, are always recommended. Pedals will make extra noise if there is ripple or unclean power. Switching-type power supplies, daisy chains and non-pedal specific power supplies do not filter dirty power as well and let through unwanted noise. DO NOT RUN AT HIGHER VOLTAGES!
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Earth Quaker Devices Levitation V2 Reverberation Machine Pedal
Cat: 781688 Rel: 18 Sep 20
 
Reverberationmachine pedal
Notes: Have you ever wanted your tone to soar like a majestic eagle in a vast canyon? Perhaps you are a simpler mortal and just want your tone to echo like the cries of a sparrow in a small room... Now you can do both like a champ plus a whole lot more! Welcome to the Levitation reverberation machine! This Levitation device is a vintage-voiced reverb that aims to fit somewhere between dirty sixties chambers, classic spring and the big, ringing plate reverbs of days gone by. Four knobs and one switch control quite a bit more than you'd expect. Want a slap back small room sound? Set all of your controls to the minimum and use the mix to dial in the sound of room devoid of any thing but a guitar and amp. Want to revel in infinite spatial oscillations? Flip the toggle to Long, turn up the Atmosphere and Decay then tune out. Dial in a bright chiming slap back by turning the Tone all the way counterclockwise and reducing the Decay. Dime everything for a rattling, full-bandwidth assault. You are only limited by your imagination!

Controls:
1. Mix: This controls how much wet signal is blended in with the dry. More reverb clockwise, less counterclockwise.

2. Length (Toggle): Broad stroke control for decay time. Shorter to left, longer to the right.

3. Decay: Controls the length of the reverb decay. Longer clockwise, shorter counterclockwise.

4. Tone: This is an input bandwidth control for the reverberated signal. All the way clockwise reduces all low end content to make a brighter reverb, turning counterclockwise allows more low end to pass through resulting in a fuller reverberated tone.

5. Atmosphere: This is a harmonic regeneration control, it feeds the upper frequencies of the reverb trails back through to create a more harmonic (ringing) reverb. More atmosphere clockwise, less counterclockwise.

Tech Specs:
Flexi-Switchr Technology
This device features Flexi-Switchr Technology! This relay-based, true bypass switching style allows you to simultaneously use momentary and latching style switching.

For standard latching operation, tap the footswitch once to activate the effect and then tap again to bypass.

For momentary operation, hold the footswitch down for as long as you'd like to use the effect. Once you release the switch the effect will be bypassed.

Since the switching is relay based, it requires power to pass signal.

Power
This device takes a standard 9 volt DC power supply with a 2.1mm negative center barrel. Pedal-specific, transformer-isolated wall-wart power supplies or multiple isolated-output supplies are always recommended. Pedals will make extra noise if there is ripple or unclean power. Switching-type power supplies, daisy chains and non-pedal specific power supplies do not filter dirty power as well and let through unwanted noise. DO NOT RUN AT HIGHER VOLTAGES!

Dimensions: 4.75 x 2.50 x 2.25 in. (121 x 64 x 57 mm) with knobs
Current Draw: 72 mA
Input Impedance: 1 MO
Output Impedance: <10 kO
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Earth Quaker Devices Night Wire V2 Harmonic Tremolo Pedal
Cat: 781691 Rel: 18 Sep 20
 
Tremolo pedal
Notes: The Night Wire is a feature-rich harmonic tremolo. What is harmonic tremolo? In short, the signal is split into high pass and low pass filters, then modulated with an LFO that is split 180 degrees. The Night Wire takes the traditional harmonic tremolo a few steps further by allowing the center point of both filters to be adjusted for different tones. The filter frequency has three modes: Manual, LFO and Attack. In Manual mode, the center point can be set to a fixed position with the frequency control. In LFO mode, the filters are continuously swept and the frequency control adjusts the speed. In Attack mode, the filters are dynamically swept according to pick attack and the frequency control acts as a range control, much like a standard envelope filter. The tremolo section has two modes, Manual and Attack. In Manual mode, the speed of the tremolo is governed by where the rate control is set. In Attack mode the speed is controlled by pick attack and the rate controls the sensitivity; the harder you pick, the faster the rate and vice-versa. The tremolo can be subtle and shimmery or full-on throbbing depending on where the depth control is set. With the depth set to zero, the Night Wire will act like a fixed filter, phase shifter or envelope-controlled filter depending on which mode the filter frequency is in. It also features a cut/boost volume control to get your levels just right.

Controls:
1. Depth: Adjusts the depth of the tremolo. More clockwise, less counterclockwise. When fully counterclockwise, the amplitude modulation will be removed and the Night Wire will function as a fixed filter, envelope controlled filter or phaser depending on where the Frequency toggle is set.

2. Rate Toggle: This toggle lets you select between two ways to control the speed of the tremolo. Attack lets you adjust the speed by pick attack. In this mode, the Rate knob controls the sensitivity of the dynamic tremolo. The higher the rate and harder you pick, the faster the speed will rise and vice versa. In Manual mode, the Rate control adjusts the speed like a common tremolo.

3. Rate: In Manual mode, this controls the speed of the tremolo. Faster speed clockwise and slower speed counterclockwise. In Attack mode, this controls the sensitivity of the dynamic tremolo. The higher the Rate and harder you pick, the faster the speed will rise and vice versa.

4. Level: Sets the output level, unity is around noon.

5. Frequency Toggle: This toggle lets you select one of 3 different ways to control the center frequency of the filter section. In LFO mode, the frequency is continuously swept by an LFO. In this mode, the Frequency knobs adjusts the speed of the LFO. In Manual mode, the frequency is determined by where the Frequency knob is set. In Attack mode, the center frequency is dynamically controlled by pick attack and the Frequency knob adjusts the sensitivity.

6. Frequency: Controls the center frequency of the filters in Manual mode: higher clockwise, lower counterclockwise. In LFO mode this controls the rate of the sweep: faster clockwise and slower counterclockwise. In Attack mode this controls the sensitivity of the envelope: lower Frequency gives slower rise and lower peak, higher Frequency gives faster rise and higher peak. Simple, right?

Tech Specs:
Flexi-Switchr Technology
This device features Flexi-Switchr Technology! This relay-based, true bypass switching style allows you to simultaneously use momentary and latching style switching.

For standard latching operation, tap the footswitch once to activate the effect and then tap again to bypass.

For momentary operation, hold the footswitch down for as long as you'd like to use the effect. Once you release the switch the effect will be bypassed.

Since the switching is relay based, it requires power to pass signal.

Power
This device takes a standard 9 volt DC power supply with a 2.1mm negative center barrel. Pedal-specific, transformer-isolated wall-wart power supplies, or multiple isolated-output supplies, are always recommended. Pedals will make extra noise if there is ripple or unclean power. Switching-type power supplies, daisy chains and non-pedal specific power supplies do not filter dirty power as well and let through unwanted noise. DO NOT RUN AT HIGHER VOLTAGES!

Dimensions: 4.75 x 2.50 x 2.25 in. (121 x 64 x 57 mm) with knobs
Current Draw: 65 mA
Input Impedance: 1 MO
Output Impedance: <1 kO
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Earth Quaker Devices Organizer V2 Polyphonic Organ Emulator Pedal
Cat: 781694 Rel: 18 Sep 20
 
Organ emulator pedal
Notes: The Organizer is a polyphonic organ emulator designed to mimic the organ tones of yesteryear crossed with the highly unique "Guitorgan". It has a warm and very analog feel with a hint of Leslie warble that is unlike other modern octave shifters. It is simple to dial in and tracks chords as well as single notes perfectly all over the neck on both guitar and bass. Not only can the Organizer be used on strings, it has been widely used on everything from vocals and synths to horns and drums. If it makes sound, the Organizer can handle it! The Organizer uses a mix of analog and DSP circuitry with true bypass switching and an all analog dry signal path.

Controls:
1. Up: Level control for the octave up.

2. Down: Level control for the octave down.

3. Choir: This control takes a mix of the octave Up and octave Down setting and regenerates it. The end result is an additional 2 octaves up, 2 octaves down and direct signal with a slight delay that adds a "church organ" like feel. This control only works if the octave Up and octave Down are in use.

4. Lag: Delay control for the wet signal. Full counterclockwise is minimal delay. Delay time increases as it rotates clockwise.

5. Tone: Rolls off the high end as you dial it counterclockwise.

6. Direct: Level control for the analog dry signal.

Tech Specs:
Switching
This device is true bypass and uses electronic relay-based switching. Audio will not pass without power.

Power
This device takes a standard 9 volt DC power supply with a 2.1mm negative center barrel. Pedal-specific, transformer-isolated wall-wart power supplies, or multiple isolated-output supplies, are always recommended. Pedals will make extra noise if there is ripple or unclean power. Switching-type power supplies, daisy chains and non-pedal specific power supplies do not filter dirty power as well and let through unwanted noise. DO NOT RUN AT HIGHER VOLTAGES!

Dimensions: 4.75 x 2.50 x 2.25 in. (121 x 64 x 57 mm) with knobs
Current Draw: 81 mA
Input Impedance: 1 MO
Output Impedance: 500 O
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Earth Quaker Devices Palisades V2 Mega Ultimate Overdrive Pedal
Cat: 781697 Rel: 18 Sep 20
 
Overdrive pedal
Notes: After loads of requests, for an overdrive based on the legendary TS808, Earth Quaker Devices finally buckled. Tests were ran with every popular clone on the market as well as several vintage originals, compared, contrasted and took loads of notes. It was exhausting but informative. In the end, Earth Quaker Devices used their ears and came up with the most versatile relative of the 808 available today.

With 6 different clipping voices, 5 bandwidth settings and 2 gain channels, you will be hard-pressed to not find a setting that will wipe every mid-boosting overdrive off your board. The Palisades is a versatile dude that will give you years of loving companionship.

Controls:
1. Boost: Sets the level of the output boost.

2. Gain A: Sets the gain for the Channel A (lower gain)

3. Volume: Sets the output level.

4. Gain B: Sets the gain for Channel B (higher gain)

5. Tone: Brighter clockwise, warmer counterclockwise.

Rotary Switches

6. Voice: This sets the nature of the Palisades distortion by changing the clipping diodes.

No diodes: The most open and least distorted.

LED clipping: Light clipping with a lot of volume.

Mosfet clipping: Light gain OD with great harmonics.

Asymmetrical Silicon clipping: Tighter light gain OD closest to stock 808.

Symmetrical silicon clipping: Tighter distorted tone.

Schottky Diode clipping: Looser fuzzy tone.

7. Bandwidth: This sets the overall tone and gain structure of the Palisades. 1 is the thinnest setting with the least amount of gain and 5 is the fattest setting with the heaviest gain. Everything else is in between. This control has a major effect on all the settings of the Palisades, especially the Gain and Voice controls.

Toggle Switches

8. Normal/Bright: Normal is a warm full tone. Bright is livelier tone with more chime.

9. Buffer: Turns the input buffer on or off. ON is a tighter and brighter tone while OFF is a warmer tone with more sag. The buffer is part of the drive circuit & is only available when the Palisades is activated.

Foot Switches

10. Boost: Activates the output level boost, Features Flexi-Switching.

11. Gain B: Activates Gain Channel B, Features Flexi-Switching.

12. Activate: True bypass switch

Tech Specs:
This device takes a standard 9 volt DC power supply with a 2.1mm negative center barrel. Pedal-specific, transformer-isolated wall-wart power supplies, or multiple isolated-output supplies are always recommended. Pedals will make extra noise if there is ripple or unclean power. Switching-type power supplies, daisy chains and non-pedal specific power supplies do not filter dirty power as well and let through unwanted noise. Do not run at higher voltages!

Dimensions: 4.75 x 5.65 x 2.25 in. (121 x 144 x 57 mm) with knobs
Current Draw: 25 mA
Input Impedance: 500 kO
Output Impedance: <10 kO
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Earth Quaker Devices Park Fuzz Sounds Vintage Germanium Fuzz Pedal
Cat: 781700 Rel: 18 Sep 20
 
Fuzz pedal
Notes: Park Amplifiers and EarthQuaker Devices have teamed up to bring you a faithful recreation of the original Park Fuzz Sound! While it retains the original sounds, there are several modern upgrades to improve performance, reduce extraneous background noise and add versatility:

Metal film resistors and caps for quieter performance

NOS matched germanium transistors for consistent, reliable tones

Wider fuzz range, more than twice the original

Smaller footprint, true bypass switching with LED indication and power supply compatible

Controls:
1. Volume: This is the level control, louder to the right, quieter to the left.

2. Treble/Bass: This is the tone control, thicker tones to the right, brighter to the left.

3. Fuzz: This is the gain control, more fuzz to the right, less to the left.

Tech Specs:
This device can be powered by a standard 9 volt DC power supply intended for musical instruments with a negative center 2.1mm barrel or a 9v battery. Even though this pedal is a germanium fuzz, it will play nice on a daisy chain due to it's internal voltage regulation

Dimensions: 4.75 x 2.50 x 2.25 in. (121 x 64 x 57 mm) with knobs
Current Draw: 3 mA
Input Impedance: 100 kO
Output Impedance: <1 kO
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Cat: 560383 Rel: 02 Feb 15
 
Stereo reverb effects pedal with 24 bit AD and DA converters + true stereo ins/outs
Notes: Enter the Cathedral and surround your music with the aria of divine presence. True stereo reverbs reveal your inspirations while programmability recalls your spirit of creation. The Cathedral is the performer's mantra creating the perfect space for your instrument or voice while offering an elegance that takes your music to a higher ground.

*UK 230V power adapter included*
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Cat: 560416 Rel: 03 Feb 15
 
Multi effects pedal with individual footswitches plus dedicated controls for all three effects
Notes: The quintessence of tone! This powerful digital multi-effect begins with the flawless polyphonic tracking of the Micro POG. Next is the Stereo Electric Mistress. Creamy stereo flanging and chorus weave and undulate for the richest modulations. Finally, the Holy Grail Plus wraps you in a silken shroud of luxurious reverb.

Switch on Shimmer to re-route the effects. Now the Grail reverberates the POG’s wet signal and the Mistress completes the chain to add lush flanging to the reverb tails. Shimmer also transforms the Grail into a digital delay with the POG in its feedback path for inspiring ascending and descending octave effects.

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Cat: 707212 Rel: 06 Dec 18
 
Advanced multifunction delay & looper with up to three seconds of delay time
Notes: The Grand Canyon is EHX's most advanced multifunction delay and looper pedal. It's equipped with 12 effect types plus a fully featured looper capable of recording and overdubbing the Grand Canyon's effects.

The pedal provides superior sound quality, up to three seconds of delay time, tap tempo and nine tap divide settings, stereo output, 13 presets, programmable EXP pedal settings, high quality analogue bypass with soft switching and more. The Grand Canyon's 13 modes are:

1. ECHO - pristine 24-bit digital delay with available bit crush/sample rate reduction and low/high pass filtering

2. MOD - Modulated delay, yields rich flanger, chorus, vibrato, warble and more

3. MULTI - Multi-tap delay, set the exact number of echo repeats up to 31. Includes adjustable swell or decay volume envelopes on repeats.

4. REVERSE - Reverse delay, an easy-to-use reverse delay with an intelligent pick detection algorithm for great sounding reverse echoes

5. DMM - Deluxe Memory Man, re-creates the luscious tone of EHX 's legendary bucket-brigade delay pedal

6. TAPE - Tape Delay, simulates the organic sound of an analogue tape, echo machine including tape distortion, wow and flutter

7. REVERB - Plate reverb plus echo. A reverberant echo where each repeat is followed by a wash of gorgeous plate reverb. Can also be used as a pure reverb without the delay

8. PITCH - EHX's critically acclaimed polyphonic pitch shifting plus digital delay provides pitch-shifted echoes and cascading echo repeats

9.SHIM - Shimmer generates a rich octave-shifted wash of shimmering soundscapes

10. SAMPLE/HOLD - Sample and hold, senses a note being played and produces echoes indefinitely until another note is detected

11. DRUM - Magnetic drum echo that faithfully emulates a classic Binson Echorec style delay. Features an assortment of playback head configurations that let you create musical, rhythmic, echo patterns

12. DOUBLE - Thickens up a mono signal or creates a stereo spread. Includes detune and delay time offset of the left and right outputs

13. LOOPER - Looper with up to 16 minutes of recording time. Includes unlimited overdubs, undo/redo, dedicated stop button, loop fade-out, reverse and speed adjust.
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Cat: 704374 Rel: 03 Oct 18
 
Effects pedal for guitar, bass & synthesisers featuring up to four simultaneous modulation sections synced together in time
Notes: The MOD REX is a kinetic tour-de-force that lets you weave compelling, shifting, musical tapestries. Whether you are a guitarist, synthesist or electronic musician you will find it inspires your creativity and stretches your musical boundaries.

Four independent modulation sections:

The heart of the pedal is its four, independent modulation sections synced in time, they are:

MOD features great sounding EHX Vibrato, Flanger, Chorus or Phaser. The Depth knob lets you set the amount of the effect while Feedback controls the resonance of the Flanger and Phaser.

TREM delivers tremolo, an effect that modulates the volume of your signal. The Depth control sets tremolo intensity.

PAN modulates between left and right in stereo operation. In mono operation the PAN section acts as another tremolo section, but with the wave shapes all inverted!

FILTER offers a choice of a modulated LPF, HPF or BPF. In LPF (low pass filter) frequencies above a modulated cut-off point are cut. In HPF (high pass filter) frequencies below a modulated cut-off point are cut, and in BPF (band pass filter) frequencies above and below a modulated centre point are cut.

Each section also features a choice of four LFO shape options: rising sawtooth, triangle, falling sawtooth or square wave. They affect the way the modulation transitions and provide advanced creative control over the specific section as well as the way they interact with each other.

Tempo control that's flexible and powerful:

The MOD REX delivers virtually limitless polyrhythmic possibilities.

Its TEMPO component gives you nine note-length choices for each of the four modulation sections. They are independently selectable in increments starting at a whole note and ranging thru subdivisions that go up to a 16th note. In addition, any of the sections can be bypassed.

The MOD REX's tempo (displayed as beats per minute or BPM) is adjustable with the Tempo knob, Tap Tempo footswitch or by using an expression pedal into its EXP input. It can also be synced to an external device with MIDI Clock or an external pulse clock.

MIDI and the MOD REX:

The pedal's robust MIDI implementation enables you to sync devices quickly and easily as well as automate functions and changes so they occur precisely when and where you want them whether you are working at home, in a studio or live.

The MOD REX accepts MIDI to enable it to tempo sync the modulation rate with an external device, to recall presets via MIDI Program Change messages and to control any parameter on the MOD REX via Control Change messages.

Extras:

The MOD REX lets you save and recall up to 100 presets. It comes from the factory with 20 great programs.

The pedal features full stereo input and output.

An external foot controller input makes banking up and down thru presets quick and easy.
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Cat: 664142 Rel: 26 Sep 17
 
Synth engine guitar effects pedal with 3 operation modes
Notes: Building on the synthesis platform of the award-winning Superego, our new Superego+ raises the bar when it comes to creating synth effects, sound layers, glissandos, infinite sustain and more. Plus, we've added a complete effects section featuring 11 effects types, an EXP input for effect parameter control and an EXT jack for a 3-button controller.

The Superego+ is equipped with the following effects:

- DETUNE: pitch detune, EXP pedal controls pitch
- DELAY: warm, analog sounding delay, feedback is preset, EXP controls delay time up to 2 seconds
- ECHO: pristine digital delay, feedback is preset, EXP pedal controls delay time up to 2 seconds
- FLANGE: Electric Mistress style w/filter matrix, rate and feedback. EXP pedal controls rate
- PHASE: Small Stone style phase shifting with rate and depth control. EXP controls rate
- MOD: pitch-based vibrato or chorus. EXP controls rate
- ROTARY: rotary speaker style sound. Depth controls tweeter/horn balance. EXP pedal controls rate
- TREM 1: sine wave tremolo. EXP controls rate
- TREM 2: square wave tremolo. EXP controls rate
- PITCH: pitch shifting effect over a +/- one octave range. EXP controls whammy
- FILTER: resonant low-pass filter. EXP pedal controls frequency

The pedal provides enough sound shaping control to please the most sonically adventurous player and is equipped with Dry, Effect, Attack, Decay, Threshold, Layer and Gliss knobs, plus Rate and Depth knobs for the Effects Section. Four foot-switchable Freeze modes: Moment, Sustain, Auto and Latch, plus a Live Effects mode where the dry signal is routed thru the built-in effects and the internal synth engine is disabled, are included.

The polyphonic Superego+ works with guitar as well as other instruments including bass, keyboards, vocals, drums, etc. and comes equipped with an EHX 9.6DC-200 AC Adaptor.
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Empress Effects Compressor Pedal (2020 version)
Cat: 782971 Rel: 30 Sep 20
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Hungry Robot El Castillo Arpeggiating Reverb Pedal
Cat: 780927 Rel: 17 Sep 20
 
Reverb pedal
Notes: El Castillo is an arpeggiating reverb that takes pitch-bent reverb to an entirely new level.

It uses a unique combination of 3 circuit blocks (reverb, pitch-shift, and delay) to create a highly experimental, ambient reverb.

REVERB - The reverb block is the heart of the pedal. It uses the same high quality reverb brick found in my other reverb pedals. It has two controls: Level and Regen. The Level control increases the amount of wet signal, without effecting the dry signal. The Regen control controls the amount of signal fed through the feedback loop. Turing up the Regen knob will increase the decay and also the number or arpeggiations.

PITCH-SHIFT - The pitch-shift block is located in the feedback loop of the reverb. Adding a pitch-shift to the feedback signal creates a stair step effect. Each time the signal travels through the feedback loop, it will shift the pitch of the wet signal up or down. The pitch shifting section is controlled by the Quantize mode switch and the Pitch Knob (small, middle knob).

DELAY - The delay block is also located inside the feedback loop. It is a simple, single repeat delay that can range from 0-800ms. This feature causes the signal to delay going through the pitch-shift block. With the delay time set at minimum, the stair stepping effect happens very quickly. As you increase the delay time, the pitch intervals are stretched out and it creates a very gradual pitch arpeggiation. The delay length is determined by the Stretch knob.

MODES - El Castillo has 2 modes of operation: Un-Quantized and Quantized. The toggle switch selects the mode and determines the function of the Pitch knob.

---In the Un-Quantized mode (toggle to the left), the pitch knob has a free-range and can select any pitch interval between -1 octave and +1 octave. At 12 o'clock, there is zero pitch-shift.

---In the Quantized mode (toggle to the right), the pitch-shift is locked to -1 octave and +1 Octave. Turning the pitch knob crossfades between the two octave shifts to allow both to be heard at once or separately. Turning the knob fully to the left provides only octave down intervals. Turning the knob to the right provides only octave up intervals (traditional shimmer). At 12 o'clock, there is a 50/50 blend of octave up and octave down intervals.

Current Draw: 113 mA

Switching: True-Bypass

Dimensions: 4.7" x 3.7" x 1.96"

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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Hungry Robot The Borderland (Tap) Tap Tempo Modulating Digital Reverb Pedal
Cat: 780923 Rel: 17 Sep 20
 
Digital reverb peda;
Notes: The Borderland is an advanced digital reverb with a versatile tap tempo LFO/modulation section. At its core, is a reverb algorithm designed specifically with an ambient player in mind. It has an adjustable low-pass filter to alter the character of the reverb, ranging from small room reverb to a cavernous, dark hall reverb.

There are 8 LFO waveforms to choose from and 4 unique modulation modes (tremolo, chorus, triple octave tremolo, and octave slide). Set the LFO rate manually by using the "Velocity" knob or using the tap tempo option (right footswitch).

The left footswitch sends the pedal into near infinite sustain with the trails teetering on the edge of self-oscillation. The "Effect" and "Clean" knobs allow you to independently dial in the perfect ratio of wet and dry signals. Adjusting the "Ambiance" and "Brilliance" knobs sets the length of decay and the cutoff frequency of the onboard low pass filter.

The Borderland is the perfect pedal for creating lush, modulating, ambient textures.

Modulation Modes

The four modulation modes can be accessed through different toggle switch combinations.

Tremolo
Left Toggle - dB / Right Toggle - OFF

LFO affects the volume of the reverb signal, creating a tremolo effect

Chorus

Left Toggle - HZ / Right Toggle - OFF

LFO affects the pitch of the reverb signal, creating a chorus effect

Triple Octave Tremolo

Left Toggle - dB / Right Toggle ON

Three Octaves of Reverb, LFO affects volume of reverb, creating a vintage organ effect

Octave Slide

Left Toggle - HZ / Right Toggle ON

LFO crossfades between original pitch and octave up, creating an octave slide effect

Knobs

"Clean" - Sets the volume of the original dry signal
"Ambiance"-Sets the overall decay of the reverb trails

"Brilliance" - Sets the cutoff frequency of the low pass filter

"Effect" - Sets the volume of the wet reverb signal

"Velocity" - Manually sets the LFO rate

"Modulation" - Sets the depth of the modulation

"Waveform" - Sets the waveform type. The 8 waveforms are listed on the back of the pedal.

Footswitches

Left - Sends the pedal into near infinite sustain

Middle - Master On/Off

Right - Tap Tempo


Other
"Secret Mode" - There is a secret mode that can be selected internally by way of a dipswitch. This mode replaces the reverb code with delay code. The LFO section applies the same 4 modulation types to the delay section. The "Ambiance" knob is now delay feedback and the "Brilliance" knob is now delay time.

"Clock Input" - The clock input can received traditional tap tempo or 5V modular clock signals (gates/triggers).

Switching: True-Bypass

Dimensions: 4.7" x 3.7" x 1.96"

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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Hungry Robot The Karman Line Joystick Delay & Oscillation Device Pedal
Cat: 780928 Rel: 17 Sep 20
 
Delay & oscillation device pedal
Notes: The Karman Line is a modulating joystick delay and oscillation device that features a heavily filtered, lo-fi delay line with vinyl inspired pitch modulation.

The repeats on The Karman Line are dark and overdriven. The not-so-subtle grittiness provides the perfect tone for creating a deeply textured, lo-fi wall-of-sound. The Karman Line was designed for glitchy experimentalists, but can find its place in many musical settings.

The Karman Line features vinyl-esque pitch modulation centered on an all analog, light-based LFO. The modulation mimics the sound of slowing down a record player with your finger. The modulation can go from subtle to extreme, borderline obnoxious (in a good way) pitch bending.

The most intriguing aspect of The Karman Line is the implementation of a joystick. The Karman Line employs a delay chip that creates an audible warp as you manipulate the delay time, controlled by the Y-Axis of the joystick. The X-Axis controls the rate of modulation.

The "Swell" footswitch (center) and "Launch" footswitch (right) provide two methods for bringing the circuit into ramping oscillation. Both footswitches work by overloading the circuit with out-of-control repeats (a.k.a. oscillation).

The "Swell" footswitch is a momentary switch that allows you to create a ramping volume swell at any time. It lets the repeats crash into each other, getting louder and louder with each repeat. When you let go, the repeats return to their normal setting.

The "Launch" footswitch is a latching switch that creates a below the mix oscillation that can be manipulated with the joystick for outer space noises. The joystick also acts as a pitch selector. With the "Launch" switch activated, the O.Mix knob overrides the Mix knob to allow you to dampen the volume of the oscillation.

Max delay time is just under 500ms in "GUITAR MODE" and 1000ms in "BASS MODE." Mode is controlled by an internal dipswitch.

Current Draw: 37 mA

Switching: True-Bypass

Dimensions: 5.7" x 4.7" x 1.5"

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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Hungry Robot The Wardenclyffe Lo-Fi Modulator Pedal
Cat: 780914 Rel: 17 Sep 20
 
Modulator pedal
Notes: The Wardenclyffe is a lo-fi ambient modulator. It emulates the magical lo-fi textures of early audio recordings.

Inspired by Nikola Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower, the pedal attempts to capture the essence of one of the most mysterious and odd scientists of the century.

The Wardenclyffe wears many hats: it is a pitch modulator, vintage low pass, high pass filter, & ambient pad reverb.

Depending on knob positions, it can be used subtly as a vibrato, chorus, or pad reverb... or by cranking the filter, depth, and wet knobs you can get into extremely nauseating lo-fi territory.

All elements combined, it provides all the tools you need to get that beautifully broken lo-fi texture you've been dreaming of.

Knob and Switch Description
WET: Controls volume of wet signal. At full turn, this goes above unity gain.
DRY: Controls volume of dry signal. At full turn, this matches unity gain.

HP/LP: Switches between High Pass Filter (UP) and Low Pass Filter (DOWN)

FILTER: Blends between filtered signal and clean signal. Filters have a fixed cutoff frequency.
PAD: Switches on a "below-the-mix" ambient reverb that sits just at the edge of infinite sustain.

LFO/GLITCH: Selects modulation source for pitch-bending. LFO is a standard SINE wave. Glitch is a how a SINE wave acts after a few drinks.
DEPTH: Controls the depth of the pitch-bending modulation.
SPEED: Controls the speed of the pitch-bending modulation.

Switching: True-Bypass

Current Draw: 105mA

Dimensions: 4.7" x 3.7" x 1.96"

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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Delay/reverb pedal
Notes: The Wash is a dream come true for ambient player and ushers in a new chapter in the world of delays. It accomplishes the arduous task of creating an organic, below-the-mix wash. Normally this requires stacking 3-4 reverb and delay pedals at the end of your chain. The unique "Wash Circuit" creates the perfect wash with only one pedal.

For the new version (V2), Hungry Robots worked hard to squeeze the circuit into a smaller enclosure while keeping the build quality and tone quality identical. The circuit that hundreds of users have fell in love with is unchanged. The new versions are 2 inches smaller left and right. In addition to the smaller enclosure, the new option for top mounted jacks can save you a lot of board space.

At its most basic utility, The Wash is an outstanding analog-voiced, tap-tempo delay with just over 1000ms of delay time.

The Wash circuit is what makes the pedal stand out from other delays on the market. The Wash circuit adds reverb to the signal and through a complicated network of internal feedback loops, subtle multi-head Binson effect, and what is known as "ripple effect," It works to add a hauntingly beautiful wash to your signal in ways that can't be accomplished by stacking a reverb and a delay in series. It does all of this while keeping the clarity and presence of your original signal without getting lost in the soup of decay.

The Wash reacts to your playing unlike the common DSP reverb/delays with an infinate sustain function. There is a dynamic quality to it that is hard to replicate with any other single pedal.

The "Ripple" knob controls The Ripple Effect. The Ripple Effect is a feature in which each successive delay trail slowly scatters and transforms into reverb. The "Resonance" knob is to fine-tune the resonance and decay of the wash. The Middle "The Wash" knob controls the mix/level of the wash.

Current Draw: 92-93 mA

Switching: True-Bypass

Dimensions: 4.7" x 3.7" x 1.96"

Powering: 9V DC - Negative Center - 2.1mm Barrel
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