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Malekko Heavy Industry Omicron Series Vibrato Guitar Effects Pedal
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Featuring cool new graphics, VIBRATO now runs on 18v and sounds better than ever. For those knowledgeable on the subject, the long since discontinued...Click To Read More About This Product
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True vibrato like the old days.
Featuring cool new graphics, VIBRATO now runs on 18v and sounds better than ever. For those knowledgeable on the subject, the long since discontinued MN3007 IC has a much nicer sound than its little brother, the MN3207. The MN3007 are coveted by pedal builders and the D.I.Y. community for their superior sound quality. Often counterfeited, these ICs are tricky to purchase. Early in the year 2009 Malekko acquired a giant lot of actual obsolete MN3007 BBD ICs and went to work. The result is a superior lush analog true pitch (no dry) vibrato pedal in an unprecedented tiny enclosure¦all at an affordable price.
Small and simple to use, this true bypass pedal has two control pots: speed and depth. It can't get easier than that! This pedal is capable of subtle shimmer to awesome deep pitch bending and everywhere in between.
Although this vibrato pedal will operate with a 9VDC regulated neg tip power supply (not included), it will sound fuller, richer, and have more headroom with a 18VDC regulated neg tip power supply (not included). Current draw is 50mA. Enclosure size approx. 3.6³x 1.5³x 1.2³.
- True (no dry) vibrato
- Shimmering analog charm
- Simple operation
- Rugged enclosure
Order today and replicate the analog vibrato of the 50s and 60s.
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Comments about Malekko Heavy Industry Omicron Series Vibrato Guitar Effects Pedal:
Very analog and warm sounding vibrato. Don't be fooled by those two little knobs. They're very sensitive and in my opinion those two knobs are all you'll need for a vibrato.