BugBrand's 10 year celebration with a reverb
10 years ago, BugBrand debuted in the module industry. To celebrate the event, he decided to launch new products, and starts with a reverb.
The first module BugBrand is launched as part as his 10th anniversary celebrations is the Spring Tanker, a spring reverb tank with added voltage controlled features.
- Input mono preamp with gain, before splitting the signal between an output mixer (Dry) and Reverb Drive VCA
- Level control for the linear VCA
- CV modulation
- VCA-controlled feedback patch with ability to insert an external processor
- 1-pole high-pass and low-pass VCF without resonance, with pre/post-Spring circuit switch
- Diode clipping stage built-in the Recovery amp
- 6“ Belton tank with three springs
- Decay times between 1.75 ad 3 seconds
- Output Mix that combines the dry and wet signals, with balanced 1/4” mono output
- Buffered wet signal for the direct Reverb output
- 4 banana-type CV inputs with Polarising Depth control to modulate the signal (attenuation and/or variation)
This new Spring Tanker is available for £345 + VAT, BugBrand only builds small batches according to tank availability. So if they are sold out now, more will come soon. More info at www.bugbrand.co.uk.
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