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SDE-2500 Digital Delay Vintage
64 presets, 750 ms max delay, the front panel is clear with the classic potentiometers (attenuator, feedback, delay output volume, level and depth modulation), bypass with indicator light. To the right of Roland's SDE-2500, we enter the settings, the delay preset selections, the storage. On the rear panel, the mono connector for effect loop on amp, mix, or direct guitar instrument or keyboard for example.
Holy Grail EHX
Divine reverb for mere mortals. Down from the heavens comes the Holy Grail, a compact digital reverb guitar pedal that is priced so low thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's reverb tank any longer. The Holy Grail will make you a believer with its emulation of classic Spring reverb so faithful that even Dick Dale couldn't tell the difference. Next, get lost in the lush spaciousness of the Hall reverb and ask yourself, "how did they fit Notre Dame into such a small package?" Finally, reach enlightenment with the haunting Flerb.
Green Russian Big Muff Pi
Back by overwhelming demand... in a mini package! The cult classic Green Russian Big Muff first shook the ground in the mid-1990s. Since then it has been heralded by guitarists and bassists for its devastating low-end and unique sludge and sizzle. The Green Russian Big Muff creates a huge tone that is all its own, but is undeniably Big Muff.
RC-5 Loop Station
Step up to the RC-5 and prime your pedalboard with maximum looping range. Capture sound with premium 32-bit quality, navigate parameters and monitor loop status with the backlit LCD, and tap into expanded operation via the control jack and TRS MIDI I/O. And with over 50 rhythms, 13 hours of stereo recording, 99 phrase memories, and more, the compact RC-5 puts a deep well of musical power at your feet.
With your choice of either one or two octaves mixed with your original signal, NETHER OCTAVER can beef up even the thinnest sounding rig. You can even adjust the volume levels of octave 1 and 2 individually to dial in the perfect amount of girth. The Dry knob lets you either eliminate your input signal completely for straight synth tones, or boost it for your ultimate solo sound.
Erica Synths Fusionbox is a distinct multifunctional analogue effects unit that combines BBD chip based effects – delay, flanger, chorus – with tube overdrive in the delay output and feedback path for extra thickness of sound.Fusion Box lowpass filtering is fully adjustable from none to extreme for a really deep bass sound. A special feature, not found in other contemporary stompboxes or effect units, is the Vintage Stereo Ensemble.The Vintage Stereo Ensemble provides the classic “stereo ensemble” effect, found on many vintage synthesizers from almost any brand and make. In stereo ensemble effect, the delayed, processed and filtered sound is added back to the dry (mono) audio with inverted phase for one channel, and direct phase in the other. This gives it the distinct and unique moving character, different from that obtained with chorus effects. However, use of inverted phase in stereo field also adds certain peculiarities to watch out for. For example, when such stereo audio is played back on an older “surround” decoding sound system, ensemble effect sound may move to the rear sound channel. Also, if the output gets mixed back to mono, the effect may disappear. This also applies to mono subwoofer systems, or speakers that are placed too close. This is normal, and occurs with any similar vintage stereo ensemble processing. In this case and if such oddities are undesirable, to avoid mono mixing issues, you can choose to use only one of the output channels, or use two separate ensemble processors for left and right channels.Fusionbox has adjustable input gain, therefore it works with various sound sources – guitars, units with line level signals (synthesizers, grooveboxes, etc.) and modular synths. Footswitch allows to switch on or bypass effects making Fusionbox ideal for guitar players.
Full Analog BBD Chorus-Flanger with 3 LFO Waves Designed to accept from guitar to modular signal levels 3 patch points for modular fans Works with the dedicated 15VDC power supply, so as to apply the maximum available headroom Great for Static Comb Filters BBD Time pushed from 2ms up to 30ms
RPS10 Pitch Shifter/Delay
Japan, 1987, BOSS releases the pitch shifter and digital delay RPS-10. Micro Rack series in 19" half rack format. This real professional and sought-after Vintage delay is no longer manufactured. Warm sound, 12-bit converters. The "Reverse Delay" is interesting. Ideal for Dub and Electro. Opportunity verified by Zicplace experts. Instructions for use available as a PDF file.
Time Effects Processor with 3 Independent Effects Analog Spring Reverb with a 3-Spring Tank and a Unique Pitch Modulation Circuit Stereo Analog BBD Chorus-Flanger with 3 LFO Waves Stereo Digital Delay with 3 Delay Types and Freeze Function Variable Input and Output Gain Controls (from MIC to Eurorack Levels) Preset Memory up to 49 Presets
BOSS introduces the 200 Series, a new generation of pedals that combine advanced sound and versatility in a format designed to save space on a pedalboard. Easy-to-access controllers and multi-function switches make operation simple and intuitive, and the integrated storage memory allows many configurations to be saved. All 200 Series pedals feature 32-bit AN/NA sound quality, 32-bit internal processing, 96kHz sample rate, and the ability to add external switches or expression pedals, as well as MIDI.The DD-200 Digital Delay brings together sounds and features inherited from our flagship DD-500 in an even more compact volume. Twelve different modes offer a wide variety of effect colors, from modern digital delays to classic analog, allowing you to have basic echoes as well as rich ambience pads, with all the effects in between. A looper is also built in, and the Carryover feature allows smooth transitions between effects.
BOSS introduces the 200 Series, a new generation of pedals that combine advanced sound and versatility in a format designed to save space on a pedalboard. Easy-to-access controllers and multi-function switches make operation simple and intuitive, and the integrated storage memory allows many configurations to be saved. All 200 Series pedals feature 32-bit AN/NA sound quality, 32-bit internal processing, 96kHz sample rate, and the ability to add external switches or expression pedals, as well as MIDI.The EQ-200 is the most versatile compact EQ pedal ever created for guitar and bass. It features two 10-band EQs, as well as a graphical display for at-a-glance visualization of the selected EQ curve. Selectable signal flow structures configure both channels for stereo, parallel, or serial operation, and you can even connect external pedals for even more pre/post sound shaping. To take things even further, the frequency ranges of the 10 bands can be selected from three different types, allowing you to optimize the performance of the EQ-200 to suit your instrument.
M101 Phase 90
Some pedals are as much a part of rock history as the Strat or the Marshall stack. The Phase 90 MXR is one of those very rare classics that are still at our feet.The original.The Phase 90 didn't inherit the code name M101 by accident: it's simply the first pedal marketed by the MXR brand as early as 1974. Collectors are tearing off the period models, but it is still possible to find this reference in a new version, still orange and more reliable than ever. A single button controls the speed, and there is always no need for anything else! Phaser for everyone!Back then, professional guitarists were quickly equipped with the Phase 90 and it was heard on every album for the rest of the decade, from Johnny Winter to Johnny Cash. Everyone appreciated the M101's enveloping, musical smoothness and ease of tuning. At slow speeds, the sound comes alive and swirls, while at high speeds, you get closer to the hypnotic feel of a Leslie cab. All-terrain.As early as 1978, Eddie Van Halen showed how Phase 90 was able to smooth the sound and give it a little boost of thickness to go from rhythmic to solo. More recently, bands such as Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Mars Volta proved that the phaser could still be rediscovered in many ways, always with an MXR M101. No doubt that we will still be plugging into this little orange box in fifty years or so.