[NAMM] Gig-fx Pan-Ec
Gig-Fx inc. has announced the release of the Pan-Ec echo-panning pedal.
The new effect adds a feature of panning the echo left to right instead of an unmusical ping-pong echo. This novel approach is said to produce a dreamy, atmospheric sound.
The pedal has an on-board expression pedal that can be assigned to adjust the speed, decay, or volume of the echo in real time. The user can pan either the entire signal (effect + dry), or just the effect in order to create a subtle ambiance. Finally, the Pan-Ec also offers a reverb that can be left-right panned as well, giving the illusion of sound swirling around a room, according to the company.
A reverb function is also included. Like all Gig-fx pedals, the Pan-Ec features what the company calls "Better than true bypass," and which presents a constant impedance to guitar pickups and amplifiers when effects are switched in or out and also tends to reduce high-frequency cable losses, according to Gig-fx.
For more information: Gig-Fx
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