Molten Voltage G-Quencer for the Whammy
Molten Voltage has launched on KickStarter a crowdfunding campaign for a new pedal that allows for sequencing and controlling the DigiTech Whammy.
G-Quencer is the successor of the Molten MIDI model. It allows you to hear notes that are usually not available on the DigiTech Whammy pitch shifter and sequencer them to create harmonies and riffs.
The controller pedal includes 32 presets, and you’ll have the ability to add 96 of your own.
- One Shot mode with the ability to stack multiple one-shots and repeat their playback
- 2-Step mode that advances one step in the sequence when the footswitch is stomped and another step when releasing the footswitch
- 1-step mode with 16 interval support
- Tap Tempo
- MIDI clock Sync
- Ability to select your favorite settings on the Whammy in the order you want
- MIDI Control Change support to control the sequence with a modulation wheel, an expression pedal or any other MIDI controller
- Ability to play the Whammy from a MIDI keyboard
- Optional passive Side Controller that connects to the G-Quencer via the provided 1/4” stereo cable and allows for remote controlling the buttons of the pedal
- Boss-type power supply
If you wish to order the G-Quencer, you can do it at www.kickstarter.com from $299 (or less and you’ll receive goodies) or $350 with the Side Controller. These are limited series, and shipping should start in June.
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