Chase Bliss Audio Warped Vinyl stompbox
Chase Bliss Audio is a new manufacturer whose first creation is an analog chorus/vibrato effect pedal.
The Warped Vinyl pedal has a fully analog signal patch but its is digitally controlled : all the controls available on the box are connected to microchips.
Along with the front knobs and switches, the pedal features 16 dipswitches located on the back, that extend the control possibilities and thus the available effects. You can assign an expression pedal to different controls, change the tap tempo multiplications (3, 6 or 8), engage a momentary bypass mode (the effect will only be active when you press the footswitch), enable a lo-fi mode and more.
The front panel of the Warped Vinyl features volume, mix and RPM knobs, a modulation section with Depth and Warp (symmetrical or asymmetrical) knobs as well as two switches for choosing the shape of the first part and second parts of the waveforms, and an assignable Ramp knob defines the time a control assigned by the dipswitches will reach its maximum value.
The pedal can also store two presets and features a 1/4” Tap output.
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