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Modtone MT-FF Funk Filter Enveloper Guitar Effects Pedal
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The ModTone MT-FF Funk Filter is a true bypass boutique-style effect pedal that recreates vintage envelope or auto-wah type effects. High pass, Mid P...Read More
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Funkify your tone with this envelope filter.
The ModTone MT-FF Funk Filter is a true bypass boutique-style effect pedal that recreates vintage envelope or auto-wah type effects. High pass, Mid Pass and Low Pass settings can be used in conjunction with the F-Factor control and Drive settings to deliver a wide range of exciting tones that work great on clean or distorted signals. The Funk Filter's reaction can also be changed by simply backing off your guitar's volume knob to find the "sweet spot" and can also change depending if bridge or neck pickups are selected.
Rugged and durable in corrosion resistant all metal boxes, each ModTone pedal is built to last anything and everything you can dish out while always preserving the purity of your original tone. Serious players demand silent switching without noise or signal degradation and each ModTone effect delivers it all with pristine tone that even the most discriminating audiophile will love. To take it even further, they back up this MT-FF Funk Filer Enveloper and every other ModTone product with their 5 Year Warranty.
- True bypass
- High, mid & low mode
- F-factor control
- Drive level
- 1/4" input and output
- Great for clean tones
- Highly expressive
So full of funk, the roof might cave in.
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Comments about Modtone MT-FF Funk Filter Enveloper Guitar Effects Pedal:
I have way too many pedals and have tried many different auto wahs. I have gravitated towards a "Mail Bomb" for my main board's auto wah, and a Funk Filter for my 2nd board. Other auto wahs cycle thru other boards and many have gotten the boot altogether. The main thing I like about the Funk Filter is that you can turn the "Drive" control (Drive is a strange name for what it does, really changes the timing and thus the peak of the filter sweep) down a bit and get a very controllable, playable filter sound that follows that actual dynamics of your picking without a lot of that annoying unpleasant high end squawking so many auto wahs hit your ears with.
One of my other favorites was by Mad Professor, and it was even on my main board, but was too unreliable for me (it didn't work sometimes, I sent it back). Out of about a dozen different auto wahs I've tried, I do recommend the Funk Filter.