[NAMM] Red Witch Seven Sisters Pedals
Red Witch presented its Seven Sisters series of pedals at Winter NAMM 2011.
Each pedal has its own charging circuit built into the device - you can attach a DC adapter between 9 and 18 volts to it, let it charge over night and the pedal will be good for 1-2 weeks worth of gigging, according to Red Witch. Each pedal features a jack socket at the top of the custom made diecast enclosure.
Simple compressor. "From subtle to bold, soft to firm."
A massive delay (800m/s). "Possibly the most petite 800m/s delay in the world..."
"A high-gain Metal priestess of the first order."
"Closer to her sister Ivy than any of the others, she can dance the line between silky-soft fuzz and an all-consuming tidal wave of sonic saturation."
"Eve's tremolo tone is delicate, musical and hypnotic. Able to offer everything from a light pulse to a deep throb, Eve encapsulates the idea of a simple, super-musical-sounding trem."
"She delivers smooth creamy break up with delicious front end clarity. When you need an uncluttered, concise overdrive, come and knock on Scarlett's door."
Offering a gclean boost. "Fair and just, she can deliver the gentlest of volume lifts or when crossed, unleash a colossal, amplifier melting wave of gain."
Check out Red Witch for more details.
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