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Data Corrupter by EarthQuaker Devices 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.Add to cart
Sunny Day Delay by Dr. Scientist **This pedal is used and no longer in production. It is number 3 ever made, so it has been well loved. Its in "good" condition on the outside and the tone is amazing. If you are a collector, you need this!**Add to cart
Oh those sunny days... you know the ones... you wish they could go on... and on... and on... and on... and on... andonandonandonandon...and on and on and on... well, you know, you wish they could repeat in lots of cool ways! It's a good thing for you that Dr. Scientist Sounds has had a team of Time-Space Engineeronauts locked away in a neat time-space... facility... studying, harnessing, and mastering, the power of delay... delay... delay... delay... special for you! And because those guys we've got sealed up miss the outdoors so much, Dr. Scientist thought it would be nice to call it... the SUNNY DAY DELAY!
WaveFunction Overdrive by Nanolog Audio Shaping of Wave forms is the basis for distortion - the type of shape will determine the type of sound that results. Nanolog Audio introduces The WaveFunction Overdrive, which is designed using the latest in analog components - exclusive Nanolog Devices that operate through Quantum mechanical tunneling, a process that relies on the decay of electronic WaveFunctions into space.Add to cart
ARP-87 Multi-Function Delay by Walrus Audio The ARP-87 is a compact, feature-rich delay, packed with a large pallet of inspirational delay tones. Featuring four main algorithms, digital, analog, lo-fi, and slap back, the ARP-87 can cover some serious ground in the world of echoes.Read more
Ripper Octave Fuzz by Tomkat Pedals My version of the classic silicone fuzz face circuit. Based off of the old Sam Ash Fuzz-stianer. It has an interesting tone circuit that goes from nasal fully CCW, flat in the middle, and bassier/muddier fully CW.Add to cart