The new Analogizer is designed to provide the organic tone and feel of an analog delay, without the long delay times.
The Analogizer features four controls: Gain, Spread, Blend and Volume.
The Gain control allows a user to boost their input gain up to +26dB which can be used, for example, to make a solo stand out. Spread controls the delay time of the Analogizer from 3.5 mS to 65 mS. Adjustments in the lower-half of its range are designed to provide tonal variations in the effect. Adjustment in the upper-half can be used to thicken up a player’s sound. Blend enables a guitarist to mix their direct and effected signals from 100% dry to 100% wet. Volume controls the pedal’s output level.
Housed in a solid die-cast package, with a 4.37″ long by 2.37″ wide footprint, the Analogizer is equipped with a 9V battery and can also be powered by an optional 9.6V/DC200mA AC adapter.
Pricing & Availability
The Analogizer will be shipping in late November with a U.S. list price of $139.80
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