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RPS Effects Introduces the Warp Drive and Tremulus Maximus Pedals

RPS Effects Warp Drive and Tremulus Maximus Pedals

RPS Effects has announced the Warp Drive and Tremulus Maximus, a pair of all-analog pedals they describe as “providing options for the more adventurous player.” Each pedal features expression inputs for adjusting parameters on the fly.

The Warp Drive is a delay pedal that offers up to 900ms of delay time and a Warp feature that varies the delay time based on your playing. “While the character of the delay itself makes it unique, when using the more extreme Warp settings the experimentally-inclined amongst you will be creating sounds you’ve most likely never encountered before from an effects pedal,” RPS states.

The Tremulus Maximus is an amplitude modulator pedal with an optical modulation circuit. “The ‘Rate’ control spans a huge range of modulation frequencies, from sub-audio tremolo well up into the audio range, resulting in an effect similar to ring modulation,” the company writes. Other features include indicator LEDs and an Auto function that varies the rate with your playing.

The RPS Effects Warp Drive and Tremulus Maximus are available direct with prices of $299.00 and $220.00, respectively.

RPS Effects Warp Drive Pedal Features:

30ms-900ms Delay Time
Wet/Dry Mix
Warp, Feedback, Time Controls
100% analog design
Expression pedal inputs
Die-cast aluminum case
True bypass on/off switch
9-volt operation and standard DC input

RPS Effects Tremulus Maximus Pedal Features:

Depth, Rate, Auto Controls
100% analog design
Expression pedal inputs
Die-cast aluminum case
True bypass on/off switch
9-volt operation and standard DC input

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