Bring new dimension to your sound with these ModTone pedals. Featuring a rugged metal construction, true bypass switching, and three or fewer user-friendly knobs, they provide quiet, reliable operation at every performance. Take your pick of three pedals, and add wah, chorus, or analog tones to your sonic toolbox.
Note: At checkout, you’ll have your choice between the MT-AW Auto Wah, MT-CHR Classic Chorus, and MT-VD Analog Delay.
This stompbox takes simplicity to a whole new level: By engaging the pedal and adjusting the threshold knob, you can go from a warm, subtle open and close to a quick stacco setting. And unlike a manual wah, the Auto Wah is designed to adapt to every nuance of your playing style, reacting differently depending on the volume and how hard or soft you pick the strings on any given note. Pick hard to activate the pedal, soften to disengage, roll the volume back for a straight sound, or turn it up for lots of funky wah-wah goodness.
This glittery blue pedal distills the best features of your favorite chorus pedals and condenses them into one road-worthy box. Using the rate and depth controls, you can dial in a subtle wave, opt for a full-on psycho swirl, or stay somewhere in the middle. The Classic Chorus allows you to incorporate that classic, lush tone while maintaining the integrity of your original signal. Think of it as all the shimmering goodness you want without any of the noise or complication.
Every player needs a trusty delay pedal, and ModTone’s Analog Delay doesn’t disappoint. The exclusively analog circuitry is coupled with a PT-2339 processing chip to process delay sounds from 50 to 350ms. Whether you’re looking for a gentle slapback or a longer, more atmosphere application, this glittery orange pedal delivers with a warm, lush-sounding delay reminiscent of the analog circuits of yesteryear.
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is Oct 13, 2016 PT.
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