Following the collaboration with Eddie Kramer, Italian manufacturer F-Pedals will introduce at NAMM 2015 three new mini effect pedals.
The F-Pedals mini stompboxes will expand this year with three new models that can be powered with an external 9V supply or the proprietary F-Power pedalboard.
The Darklight distortion, Echo bandit echo/delay and Robotholic ring modulator are full analog effects and can be controlled by the upcoming external expression pedal (a mini-jack is included on all the models). All the stompboxes feature a true bypass and a compact chassis of 92 × 52 × 38mm.
The Darklight distortion offers four Drive, Tone, Dark et Light knobs.
The Robotholic ring modulator has four Pitch, Mix, Rate and Drive controls, the latter allows for adding “character” to the effect or using the pedal as a standalone distortion. A Lo-Fi switch is also included.
Last, the Echo Bandit is provided with four Mix, Speed, Repeat and Feedback controls, the last two allow for precise delay adjustment.
You’ll find these four new effects next to the Edstortion and Phazevibe launched a few weeks ago, at booth 1077, Hall E, at NAMM. Note that Eddie Kramer will also be present there on Thursday and Friday at 10–12am and 2–4pm.
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