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Trippy ring modulation meets tap tempo.
The Ringtone TT from ZVex is a tap-tempo sequenced ring modulator pedal for guitar. The Ringtone TT's controls are as follows: from the upper left, a sequence/random/step switch which sets the function of the left stomp switch, a speed control for the sequence/random mode, 8 individual carrier pitch adjustment knobs, the left stomp switch for entering tap tempos or operating as a manual step control, and the true-bypass stomp switch on the right. Also, inside the distortion pedal there is a trim-pot adjustment on the small daughter board attached to the bypass switch for setting the mix of ring-modulated sound versus direct guitar. The ZVex Ringtone TT is powered by a 9V battery.
Note: Due to the nature of each hand-painted Ringtone TT pedal, there may be a slight difference in design from the posted image.
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Comments about ZVex Hand-Painted Ringtone TT Ring Modulation Guitar Effects Pedal:
8 ringmodulators in one pedal, smaller than a Boss. That's a man on the moon. Very nice voicings. I use a digital delay that can repeat forever to tune this thing up. It is a little bit of a challenge to tune when each knob represents 3-4 octaves down to tremolo. I would take a star off because the mix control is inside (use a pick to control it) but it was that or room for the battery. This thing is all guts. I wish you could select how many ring mods are active for sequence a time, but you can turn it on and of fast and start at 1. If you want it to start on 2-8 you will have to just get a Morley FX blender. I leave it at 100% and blend on the fly. Is it worth it? It's one of a kind hand built with a lifetime warranty. It only will only make alien noises for those who do not know how to use it right. Made for those who think outside of the box and like to experiment. It takes practice, it's an instrument of its own, it doesn't just tweak your tone.