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Each one of these builders (and a few more who joined at the last minute) will be present at our<br />

shared booths #3231 and #3424 with a pedalboard full of their own devices, plugged into studio<br />

headphones with amp emulation. Demo guitars will be provided by PRS.<br />

Mastro Valvola<br />

LFO Tremolo<br />

Meris<br />

Enzo<br />

NativeAudio<br />

Ghost Ridge<br />

Old Blood Noise Endeavors<br />

Dweller<br />

A tap tempo optical tremolo<br />

that evokes the classic vintage<br />

sounds of the past, while offering<br />

a range of exciting new features.<br />

<strong>The</strong> warm modulation of<br />

the amps from the ’60s is reproduced<br />

through an opto-isolator<br />

analogue audio signal circuit. A<br />

“Digital Brain” allows you to access<br />

16 waveforms, the innovative<br />

“Symmetry” control and<br />

three tempo divisions.<br />

A multi-voice synthesizer that<br />

tracks your guitar for monosynth<br />

leads, complex chord<br />

polyphony, or multi-note arpeggiation<br />

without the need for a<br />

special pickup. Or, use built-in<br />

pitch shifting, modulation and<br />

filter effects on your dry signal.<br />

It works with any instrument,<br />

allowing you to synthesize the<br />

input signal with a complete<br />

synth tool palette.<br />

A multi-reverb pedal designed<br />

with simplicity in mind, the<br />

Ghost Ridge offers four unique<br />

reverb algorithms: hall, plate,<br />

room, and spring. In addition, it<br />

includes up to four programmable<br />

presets. Each reverb algorithm<br />

features controls for mix,<br />

depth, and modulation.<br />

From familiar phase and vibe<br />

sounds to resonant random<br />

step filtering, warm delays,<br />

and previously unheard in-betweens,<br />

the Dweller is capable<br />

of countless sonic textures with<br />

five controls and six modes. It<br />

features two phaser voices (4/8<br />

stage) and three wave shapes<br />

and an innovative Stretch control<br />

that changes delay time inside<br />

each phase’s stage.<br />

Paradox FX<br />

Oniric Delay<br />

Rabbit Hole FX<br />

OGOD<br />

Spiral Electric FX<br />

Black Spiral Fuzz<br />

SolidGoldFx<br />

Electroman MKII<br />

A delay pedal with pseudo random<br />

modulations to provide a<br />

dynamic trail of repetitions with<br />

a lo-fi touch, ranging from choral<br />

delays, vibratos and a warp<br />

mode for synthetic sounds<br />

brought from beyond.<br />

Driven by mini-vacuum tubes<br />

found in old military radios and<br />

hearing-aids, this is an <strong>over</strong>drive<br />

pedal that also works as an amp<br />

emulator with two headphone<br />

outputs. <strong>The</strong> Level knob controls<br />

the level of signal coming from<br />

the tubes for warmth, while Clean<br />

lets you blend the original signal<br />

back in for parallel distortion.<br />

Versatile and aggressive Maestro<br />

Fuzz-inspired pedal with a unique<br />

blend of vintage tone and futuristic<br />

technology. Bias Control,<br />

three voicing options, and gobs<br />

of output. Separate Gain and<br />

Bias control yield a wide array<br />

of fuzz tones from <strong>over</strong>drive to<br />

splatty, horn-like sounds. Incredible<br />

clean-up with guitar volume.<br />

A warm sounding echo with a<br />

1000ms maximum delay, modulation<br />

with variable speed and effects<br />

loop. <strong>The</strong> second switch is<br />

for the Warp feature, which sends<br />

the repeats ramping up to self-oscillation<br />

for ambient textures and<br />

spatial soundscapes delivering<br />

anything from gentle nudging into<br />

infinity to instant freakouts.<br />

the deli Winter <strong>2019</strong> 7

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