Pigtronix Rototron rotary speaker simulation pedal set to be unveiled at NAMM 2014.
Although there is no official information from the manufacturer as of yet, Pigtronix is said to have a new rotary speaker simulation effect in the works, which it will be introducing at NAMM 2014.
The Rototron is an all-analog effect pedal that combines frequency modulation, phase shifting, tremolo, bucket brigade-based chorusing and a three-way Linkwitz–Riley crossover in a compact pedal. Designed by Howard Davis and David Koltai, the Pigtronix Rototron aims to recreate the complex acoustic phenomenon of the legendary dual rotor 122 and 147 cabinets used by the likes of Peter Frampton, Danny Gatton, the Beatles, and many more.
- All-analog circuitry
- Dual rotor Simulation
- Dual Speed Settings
- Variable ramp Time
- Brake via remote Switch
- Full Stereo I/O
- Dual expression control for High and Low rotors
More info expected soon at www.pigtronix.com
DiscoFreqNew AFfiliatePosted on 01/16/2014 at 09:12:35
Info found at EffectsDatabase I suppose? :D
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