Iron Ether Electronics is continuing to redesign their pedals for 2016 with an updated version of the Xerograph Deluxe. The synthesizer-inspired stompbox now includes an expression attenuator knob for setting the sweep, top-mounted jacks, and a second footswitch dedicated to the envelope filter.
“[The new] stomp switch activates/deactivates the envelope follower, allowing you to seamlessly move from envelope filter sounds to static dub or expression sweeps without any knob adjustments,” Iron Ether writes. “A dual-color LED indicates bypass and envelope status.”
The pedal’s control curves have also been retooled for versatility. The Iron Ether Xerograph Deluxe is available now for $245.
Iron Ether Electronics Xerograph Deluxe Pedal Details:
|4-pole Lowpass Filter inspired by synthesizers|
|Controls: Frequency, Resonance, Filter Volume, Clean Volume, Sensitivity, Expression|
|Low-noise, low-distortion active components chosen for excellent audio fidelity.|
|Measures 4.7″ x 2.5″ (12cm x 6.3cm).|
|Runs on industry-standard 9 volt DC center-negative power supply. 85mA current draw.|
|Relay-based true bypass.|
|Made in Louisiana|