Seymour Duncan has revamped its ShapeShifter tremolo pedal in a new version that was introduced this week.
The reworked Seymour Duncan ShapeShifter is smaller than the original pedal, but is now features two inputs and two outputs for true stereo operation. The pedal uses a fully analog signal path, only the tremolo time is digitally controlled.
- Continuously variable depth between 0 and 30 dB
- Rate/Ratio switch associated to the translucent knob
- Continuously variable Rate control between 0.5 and 15 beats per second
- Continuously variable Shape control between 10% and 90%
- Continuously variable Wave control between sinus, triangle and square wave forms
- Phase control between the right and left channels (0°-180°)
- Input impedance: 1 MOhms
- Output impedance: 1.2 kOhms
- Max output level between saturation: 2.5 V RMS
- Signal/noise ratio: 95 dB
- True bypass
The New ShapeShifter is powered by a 9V battery or 9–18V power supply. Full details are available at www.seymourduncan.com.
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