SolidGoldFX’s Apollo phaser has been updated to The Apollo II. The stompbox combines an all-analog, four-stage phaser circuit with the company’s tap tempo microprocessor.
The Apollo II now has an 11-position detent knob that controls a variety of distinct waveforms. Combined with its three different rhythmic patterns, SolidGoldFX says the pedal offers a vast array of unique phasing options from conventional sine and triangle based shapes to complex and randomized patterns.
It also has adjustable depth and regen controls with an expression pedal input for speed and manual sweep access. The tap tempo functionality also has 1x, 2x, and 4x tempo multipliers.
The SolidGoldFX Apollo II is available now with a street price of $250.
SolidGoldFX Apollo II Phaser Pedal Features:
|All analog 4-stage phaser audio path designed for guitar, bass, and keyboard applications.|
|Eleven different waveforms selectable via an 11-position control.|
|Manual control with optional expression pedal input.|
|Three rhythmic patterns.|
|Tap Tempo functionality with 1x, 2x, and 4x tempo multipliers|
|Speed, Depth and Regen controls.|
|True Bypass Switching|
|9V DC Input, battery operation not possible.|
|Dimensions: 4.67″ x 3.68″ x 1.18″ (119mm x 94mm x 30mm)|
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