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SolidGoldFX Relaunches Surf Rider & Electroman

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SolidGoldFX announces the relaunch of their Surf Rider and Electroman pedals.

Both pedals have received a cosmetic makeover with a pair of new enclosures while added features on the Surf Rider Deluxe are designed to deliver a wider range of tones.

 

The Surf Rider Deluxe is the new incarnation of SolidGoldFX’s Surf Rider spring reverb emulation pedal inspired by early 60’s Fender Reverb Tanks. It now comes wrapped in a hue of translucent ocean blue over a raw aluminum case with updated silkscreened wave graphic and aged white knobs. New features include a reverb boost switch and internal trim pot allowing for dual reverb level settings, and an expression pedal input for reverb depth adjustments. Other features include true bypass switching, a resonance control to fine tune the reverb decay and a tone control affecting only the wet signal.

 

The Electroman is an analog voiced delay with up to 600ms. It features Level, Repeat, Tone and Time knobs along with true bypass switching, an FX Loop and momentary Warp switch. The Warp switch sends the delay into self-oscillation allowing the user to create delay swells, stutters, walls of sound and feedback. The Tone control is designed to add warmth or deliver a more transparent delay tone and the FX Loop is there to add external effects such as overdrive or modulation to the delay signal. The Electroman now comes in a metallic sparkle green case with a new silkscreened graphic.

 

Pricing:

Pricing on these handmade pedals has also been reduced to street at $199.00.

 

For more information: www.solidgoldfx.com

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