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  • ZVEX Effects Introduces the Vibrophase Pedal

    ZVEX Effects Introduces the Vibrophase Pedal

    Several years ago, ZVEX Effects created a sort of steampunk effect with the Candela Vibrophase. The candle-powered unit was a vibrato/phaser machined from solid brass and glass. Now they’ve released the effect in a more manageable stompbox format. “The Vibrophase [is] a five-knob four-stage phaser that creates phase and vibrato nuances never heard before,” the... »

  • Dwarfcraft Devices Announces Ghost Fax Phase Computer

    Dwarfcraft Devices Announces Ghost Fax Phase Computer

    Dwarfcraft Devices has expanded their line of modulation pedals with the Ghost Fax Phase Computer. They call it “a digital powerhouse that adds exciting new abilities along with the tried and true phaser effects.” The Ghost Fax has four modes – Standard, Manual, Envelope Up and Envelope Down – with three knobs to control the... »

  • Aguilar Amplification Unveils Grape Phaser Bass Pedal

    Aguilar Amplification Unveils Grape Phaser Bass Pedal

    Aguilar Amplification has expanded their line of effects at the Winter NAMM Show this year with the Grape Phaser bass pedal. The all-analog pedal is designed for tone and simplicity. “The Grape Phaser provides lush, analog phase shifting courtesy of a simple, two-knob layout,” Aguilar writes. “RATE controls the speed of the modulation while COLOR... »

  • Mu-FX Introduces the Phasor 2X Pedal

    Mu-FX Introduces the Phasor 2X Pedal

    Mu-FX has expanded their line of effects with the Phasor 2X. The pedal is an enhanced reissue of the Musitronics Mu-Tron Phasor II from the 1970’s and was designed by Musitronics co-founder Mike Beigel. “The Phasor 2X features the same analog electro-optical phase-shift circuitry as the original Mu-Tron Phasor II, with many enhancements,” a press... »

  • Positive Grid Introduces BIAS Modulation Pedal

    Positive Grid Introduces BIAS Modulation Pedal

    Positive Grid has expanded their pedal range with the BIAS Modulation. The standalone pedal has nine built-in effects – Chorus, Vibrato, Flanger, Rotary, Phaser, Tremolo, Pan, RingMod and Autoswell – that can be mixed and matched to create unique sounds. It has intensity, depth, and rate controls as well as tap tempo and LFO controls... »

  • SolidGoldFX Introduces The Apollo II Phaser Pedal

    SolidGoldFX Introduces The Apollo II Phaser Pedal

    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... »

  • Source Audio Introduces Lunar Phaser, Gemini Chorus, and Mercury Flanger Pedals

    Source Audio Introduces Lunar Phaser, Gemini Chorus, and Mercury Flanger Pedals

    After teasing them earlier this year, Source Audio has officially released the Gemini Chorus, Lunar Phaser, and Mercury Flanger. The pedals, which are part of the One Series, are designed to have a streamlined surface with three effect flavors, but can be tweaked down to the nitty gritty using the Source Audio Neuro Mobile App.... »

  • Source Audio Now Shipping Soundblox 2 Orbital Modulator

    Source Audio Now Shipping Soundblox 2 Orbital Modulator

    Source Audio’s Soundblox 2 lineup has gotten a little spacier with the Orbital Modulator, a combination phaser, flanger, chorus and tremolo pedal designed for both bass and guitar. Housed in a cast-aluminum 4.5˝ by 4.5˝ chassis, the new stompbox offers plenty of tweakability with nine adjustable parameters including Depth, Feedback, Delay, Frequency, Volume, LoRetain (Source... »

  • Pigtronix Introduces Three New Bass Effects Pedals

    Pigtronix Introduces Three New Bass Effects Pedals

    Pigtronix debuted three new bass-centric effects pedals at NAMM this year: the Bass Fat Drive, the Philosopher Bass Compressor, and the Bass Envelope Phaser. Each is a tweaked version of one their existing products that have been fine-tuned for bassists. Bass Fat Drive The Bass Fat Drive features Pigtronix’s CMOS clipping concept and responds by... »

  • Loud Button Electronics Introduces Morphine Dream Distortion/Analog Phaser Pedal

    Loud Button Electronics Introduces Morphine Dream Distortion/Analog Phaser Pedal

    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... »