The DOD Envelope Filter 440 is back
Following the Overdrive Preamp 250 and Phaser 201, DOD reissues its iconic Envelope Filter 440 Auto Wah pedal.
Created at the end of the 70s, the David O. Difrancesco’s Envelope Filter 440 has been used on many famous recordings, such as Radiohead’s Paranoid Android.
There is only a few information about the reissue of the DOD Envelope Filter 440, but we already know that it has gained a few features, such as a LED for effect status, and a two-way switch for different sweep modes. DOD says that the down version will particularly suit bass players.
Pricing and availability of this reissue are still to be announced. Visit dod.com for more.
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