There's no dry signal here! This is an 100% analog BBD based vibrato built from the ground up to retain as much of your natural tone as possible while adding the warmth that only analog delay chips give.
Most vibratos offered on the market are either the univibe type or chorus and phaser pedals that simply allow you to remove the dry signal from the equation to offer vibrato as an added feature or after thought but when designing this I set out to make a dedicated vibrato pedal that ticked all the boxes in a simple package that could go from clean and smooth to dark and gritty, from so subtle you can barely tell it's on to massive pitch warps.
- Wide delay time range or in other words a lot of depth on tap to allow slower rates of modulation, most vibrato pedals are only audible at very fast sweeps (but you bet it can go fast and weird too! Or subtle if that's more your thing).
- Little or no audible lag from what you play to what you hear (~6.4mS max delay length).
- Sine Wave LFO to produce a pleasing natural sweep.
- Bright and clear to as dark and filtered as you like with the Hi-Cut control which varies the filtering from ~12kHz to ~1kHz.
- Switchable germanium 'Grit' circuitry to add a smooth vintage dirt to the sound that brings to mind the sound of a dusty old tape or record needle.
- Companding circuitry to keep noise levels to a minimum.
- The all important level control so you can match the pedal to your bypass level from a slight boost to dead silent.
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