TheGigRig Announces the Wetter Box Parallel Effects Mixer Pedal
TheGigRig has introduced a new switching pedal called the Wetter Box Parallel Effects Mixer. The device allows you for blending effects in parallel with both mono and stereo operation.
“Years ago, we had a simple mixer called the Wet Box that solved a handful of problems for musicians wanting to mix effects into their signal chain, rather than take over that signal chain completely,” says company head Daniel Steinhardt. “With the Wetter Box, we’ve taken that basic idea and added an expanded feature set to increase its scope massively. You can use it as part of your pedalboard or in your amp’s effects loop; your recording signal chain… basically anywhere you want to blend effects.”
The pedal has two functions with Blend Mode, which blends signal A to B, and Mix Mode, which blends signal B on top of A. Both loops have their own gain control while Loop B has a phase reverse switch. It also features an expression pedal input for blending on the fly.
Check out this explanation of the Wetter Box (even though it uses guitar):
The Wetter Box is available now with a US price around $290.
TheGigRig Wetter Box Pedal Features:
|100% analog signal path|
|Mono or stereo operation, both in and out|
|Two modes: Blend Mode (blend from A to B)|
|or Mix Mode (blend B on top of A)|
|Works with expression pedal (WBX-1 sold separately)|
|Independent gain control for both loops|
|Phase reverse for Loop B|
|True Bypass or Trails Bypass modes|
|Works at signal or line level (for amp FX loop etc)|
|TheGigRig OptoKick footswitch|
|Remote switching option using any latching quarter-inch cable/switch|