Chase Bliss Audio announce Spectre flanger
The name's Bliss, Chase Bliss... And for Black Friday, they're to release their own version of Spectre - not a blockbuster, a guitar flanger.
An analog flanger, Spectre uses two delay lines (as opposed to just one) in order to cross over the elusive "zero point". It features an all-analog signal path that can be dialed in to create any amount of subtle and wacky flange tones. Spectre is also said to boast a large array of chorus and vibrato tones.
Further, every knob and switch is said to be connected to "a little digital brain" while the guitar signal stays 100% analog the entire time and never gets digitally processed. Since the control of the effect is digital, it announced as opening up "unprecedented effects and features", never heard or offered yet in analog stompboxes.
The Chase Bliss Audio Spectre Analog Flanger is to be released on Black Friday (the real one - not yet another anticipated version of it) and can already be preordered for $349. More details available here.
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