Pigtronix takes advantage of the Summer NAMM to announce the availability of its Rototron that was introduced at Winter NAMM.
The Rototron is now hitting the stores, with a US price of $329. If you have been hibernating last winter, this is an emulation of the Leslie 122 and 147 rotary speakers. In creating the Rototron, Pigtronix used modulation, phase shifting, tremolo, chorus, a Bucket Brigade chip and a Linkwitz-Riley crossover filter.
The pedal is analog and features rotor speed and ramping time controls. You can also open the box to find pan and input summing adjustments, for the Rototron is stereo, so you’ll get two inputs and outputs, as well as inputs for expression pedals.
All the details about the Rototron are online at www.pigtronix.com.
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