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The Monoceros 838 Echo is a vintage style echo in a digital format. Simple controls for quick on the fly adjustments. The Monoceros features 10ms-580ms of delay via a PT2399 chip. Three controls are all you need: Time, Sensitivity, and Repeat. Perfect for creating haunting delay tones with its interactive controls. The Supernova switch will send your repeats into sonic oscillation and can be adjusted via an internal trimpot.
V838 Monocerotis is a red variable star in the constellation Monoceros about 20,000 light years from the Sun. Originally believed to be a typical nova eruption, it was then realized to be something completely different. Rapidly brightening objects like novae and supernovae are known to produce a phenomenon known as light echo. The light that travels directly from the object arrives first. If there are clouds of interstellar matter around the star, some light is reflected from the clouds. Because of the longer path, the reflected light arrives later, producing a vision of expanding rings of light around the erupted object
From Pedaltrain: Pedaltrain’s all-new Classic Series is rooted in the company’s best-selling pedal board models. Pedaltrain has incorporated design improvements that make these models better than ever. The Classic 2...
Enables you to manipulate your effects in real-time without having to take your hand away from your instrument or bend down. Tap the wings left and right with your toes...
A 1 SPOT is the original 9V DC adapter that only takes up 1 Spot on an outlet strip or wall outlet. It solves an annoying problem that people have...
From Neat Knobs: One night at a gig John was using his bass synth pedal and the knob settings were accidentally bumped after some loose cords in his pedalboard case...
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