The Morphine Dream, a new pedal from Loud Button Electronics is based on the classic Roland AP-7 that the company calls a “dreamy, eight-stage phaser with fuzzy vintage distortion up-front.” The pedal has four footswitches to control Effect/Normal, Fuzz/Clean, Shallow/Deep, and Slow/Fast as well as four rotary knobs to control Fuzz Level, Tone, Resonance, and Slow Rate.
The Morphine Dream is hand built in the U.S. and features an 18-volt circuit that runs on a standard 9-volt power supply. It carries a street price of $429, but Loud Button explains that due its complexity and that it’s hand-built by one person, production qualities are limited. For more info, check out the Loud Button website.
Loud Button Electronics’ Morphine Dream Specs:
- 8-stage Analog Phaser/Distortion
- 4 Footswitches: Effect/Normal, Fuzz/Clean, Shallow/Deep, and Slow/Fast
- uzz Level, Tone, Resonance, and Slow Rate Controls
- Runs on a standard external 9VDC supply
- Hand-built and designed in the United States
- Wired with aerospace-grade Teflon-jacketed, silver plated wire.
- Metal Neutrik In/Out Jacks
- Lead-Free, RoHS Compliant