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The Bluesbreaker II takes the philosophy of our original Bluesbreaker pedal one step further by adding two modes, Blues and Boost, effectively making it two pedals in one. Boost mode is designed with the vintage valve amp or ‘tone purist’ player in mind, for when you don’t want to alter the tone of your amp at all, but want to drive the front end harder to push the amp further into natural overdrive.
The Compressor pedal senses the level of the incoming guitar signal and, as the signal level decays, the gain of the internal circuitry is boosted to provide extra level, hence sustain. The attack control modifies the dynamic response of the guitar signal (the effect of plucking a string) and allows you to achieve a range of effects from rounded and mellow chord sustain to muted, percussive funk lines.
From crystal-clear echoes to hypnotic reverse delays via the vintage whir of a retro tape machine, the Echohead recreates six different delay FX for you to explore. Create pulsing tones and add dense rhythmic textures to your sound. The EH-1 features a maximum delay time of 2000ms, stereo outputs, and a Tap Tempo delay input.
The cavernous Reflector reverb pedal projects your sound into the third dimension. Six reverbs add diffuse trails to your playing without ever swallowing your tone. Its sturdy metal shell houses two simulated spring reverbs with their characteristic pulse and resonance, and alongside these are the ghostly textures of Reverse mode, and the dense sound of three studio-quality reverbs.
The Regenerator is a chorus, a flanger and a phaser all in one sturdy metal stomp box. A stereo modulation pedal, the Regenerator features a diverse range of six different modes for you to explore, sure in the knowledge that the tone-preserving passive bypass is just a footswitch away.
Of all the retro FX, perhaps the most authentic and coolest is Tremolo. Instantly calling up the spirit of the ’60s, Tremolo was the first effect to appear on a Marshall amp in the early 1960s. Marshall has now updated the Tremolo in the form of the Vibratrem.
By using split phase modulation, an incredibly wide sonic field can be created by hooking the Vibratrem up to two amplifiers and running in stereo. The Vibratrem features a passive bypass for the main signal path to ensure complete tonal integrity and has a quality of tone matched only by its versatility.
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