Electro-Harmonix has updated their Memory Man delay/chorus/vibrato pedal with the Nano Deluxe Memory Man. The company’s founder Mike Matthews says it’s more in a smaller package.
Crazy Tube Circuits has updated its pedal lineup with the Golden Ratio Compressor (Phi) V2. The new version includes three separate compressor circuits that can be accessed with the flip of a toggle switch.
Fuzzrocious Pedals has unveiled the Electric Ocean, a pedal that combines fuzz and phaser effects into one unit. It’s the company’s first foray into phasers and takes its cues from a vintage circuit.
Mattoverse’s newest pedal may be called “Just a Phase,” but the company says it’s much more than just another phaser. The three-knob stompbox features an all-analog signal path with eight digitally-controlled waveforms.
Eventide has expanded its line of effects pedals with the TriceraChorus. Inspired by the Tri-Stereo Chorus of the late ’70s and early ’80s, the pedal combines stereo bucket brigade-style chorusing with their MicroPitch detuning.
MXR is now shipping the Deep Phase Pedal, which they say delivers “uniquely expressive vintage phaser tones.” The stompbox works well on both bass and guitar.
Dusky Electronics has announced a new pedal called Toasted, which is an update to their Toasted Drive Pedal. The new stompbox has an expanded control range and a more pleasing distortion, the company states.
Pigtronix has unveiled the third iteration of their popular delay unit, the Echolution. Version three is a multi-tap stereo modulation delay that the company says offers a myriad of sound design options.
Carl Martin has announced a new optical envelope filter called the Ottawa, which they say mimics the sound of a wah pedal without needing to actually step on a wah.
Walrus Audio has unveiled the Eras, a high-gain stompbox that has five clipping modes with a blend knob. The pedal is a kind of follow-up to last year’s Ages five-state overdrive and takes things to the next level as a distortion box.
Fractal Audio has unveiled the FM9, the latest in their modeling products. It features four DSP cores, making it the most powerful of their floor units.
Darkglass Electronics is celebrating a decade of their flagship Microtubes B7K pedal with a 10th Anniversary Edition. The limited edition model will have an exclusive minimal design with a black obsidian enclosure and textless icon-only engraving.