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Red Witch Violet Delay Guitar Effects Pedal  (Open Box)
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Product# J23021
OVERVIEW

A budget-friendly delay with a rechargeable, lithium ion cell and an extra small foot print.

Never judge a book by her cover. This sweet, demure sister hides, within her tiny frame, a massive delay (800m/s).

Seven years in conception and finally realized in 2011, Violet' siblings: the Seven Sisters, are a revolutionary new concept in the realm of guitar effects pedals. The world' first rechargeable guitar pedals “ the Sisters feature a Lithium Ion cell (like that found in your cell phone or digital camera) and internal charging circuitry.

Simply connect Violet to a regular guitar pedal power supply, charge her for four hours and Voila! 24 hours of actual use!

Two simple dials - Delay controls: Delay time. Repeat controls: the number of repeats - from a handful through to complete self oscillation. An internal trim control allows adjustment of the wet/dry mix.

The tiny sisters have the Worlds smallest pedal board foot print “ simply meaning they take up less space on a guitarists pedal board than any other available battery powered pedal.

Finally, the Sisters offer professional level features at an entry level price “ putting all the goodies within the reach of any players budget.

FEATURES
Massive delay time of 800m/s
Simplified control layout
Powered by rechargeable lithium ion cell battery
Pedal board-friendly size

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Red WitchViolet Delay Guitar Effects Pedal
 
2.5

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2.0

Mine was noisy

By Terry from Hawaii

from Mililani, HI

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Pros

    Cons

    • "Pops" when engaging
    • Knob is not intuitive

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    Comments about Red Witch Violet Delay Guitar Effects Pedal:

    I loved the fact that this pedal was very small. I also like the fact that it had a rechargeable internal battery. But the delay knob was counter-intuitive. The delay knob was "max" at 7 o clock, "min" at 4 o clock. I initially thought mine was defective because I could not get an acceptable delay sound, but it turned out that I needed to read the manual first.

    But after trying it several times, I realized that there was a loud pop every time I engaged it. This of course is unacceptable. I believe mine was defective, so I unfortunately had to return it to musicians friend.

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    3.0

    Great sound, but noisy in my rig

    By Misterspockyall

    from Midwest USA

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    Pros

    • Compact Design
    • Excellent Sound Quality

    Cons

    • Noisy with gain

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      Comments about Red Witch Violet Delay Guitar Effects Pedal:

      I purchased this pedal after watching many demos of delay pedals. I wanted an analog sound, but liked the features of this pedal (plugs on head, rechargeable battery, etc.). When mine arrived, i let it charge and tried it out with my EVH Wolfgang through my 5150 iii 50w head mini stack.

      With clean tones, i was in love with this tone. It's a digital pedal emulating analog, and the delays were warm, had clarity, and sat wonderfully in the mix. Increasing repeats led to oscillation with a fairly creamy distortion of the delay sounds. As beautiful as the gal on the artwork of the pedal.

      The drawbacks came when I introduced this to any amount of gain on my amp. With channel 2 with my gain around 10 o'clock, Violet began to introduce noise, and then repeat that noise into my amp. With channel 3 (which is very high gain), Violet repeated the white noise into oscillation, rendering my signal useless.

      All of this was with the pedal in front of the amp, as I found after I made purchase that these pedals are not designed to run in effects loops. To be fair, this is listed in the FAQ section on the manufacturer's website.

      Violet was a fun date, but unfortunately not a keeper due to the noise. With less hot pickups in an amp less trigger happy than my EVH, I suspect she would work quite nicely.

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