Tone town! Here is our first modulation pedal, the Twin Stags Double Tremolo. Two fully featured tremolo circuits are packed into the extra thick enclosure, offering trem speeds from “are you sure it’s going?” slow to “ring mod” fast. The triangle core LFOs can be skewed from ramp to saw, and all points between.
To compliment the series trem circuits there is control voltage in and out via 1/8” jacks for seamless integration with Eurorack synthesizer modules and systems. LFO 2 can also be used to modulate the speed of LFO 1.
The Twin Stags also features two expression pedal inputs, one to control the rate of each LFO.
Do you seek wah? Look no further.
The Super Seek Wah is a hugely expanded 16 step version of our original Seek Wah II sequencer pedal. Features include MIDI sync, tap tempo control, tap tempo sync, expression pedal control of speed or glissando, individual step glissando, 8 user programmable memory locations, and delta speed control.
MIDI Step Sequence Tap Tempo Tremolo - The Super Seek Trem is a much expanded 16 step version of our original Seek Trem sequencer pedal. Features include MIDI sync, tap tempo control, tap tempo sync, expression pedal control of speed or glissando, individual step glissando, 8 user programmable memory locations, and delta speed control. Far more advanced version of Seek Trem and Tremorama; 16 step volume pot sequencer for trem in complex rhythmic patterns. From automated volume swells to extreme helicopter blade square wave trem to traditional amp trem in a 9 step pattern of triplets.
Can chop up any signal sent into/out of it. Can cut down high gain signal to silence or sound traditionally transparent. Increase/decrease tempo, duty cycle, or both on the fly. Tap tempo, built-in Z.Vex 'Machine' circuit, and extra hidden controls!
Tremolo so good it'll unlock your supersonic hearing. The Sonar™ is a “tremolo” pedal, but this one’s different. This unit has the ability to chop up any signal you send into or out of it. Unlike most other tremolos, it can cut down your high gain signal to silence. It can also sound gorgeously transparent like a traditional tremolo. It does other fun stuff like increase or decrease tempo, duty cycle (amount of time the trem is ON in a given cycle), or both simultaneously on the fly. It also has tap tempo and a slew of advanced features (attack, release, and depth controls). Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, it has a ZVEX Machine™ circuit built right into the box.