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The long-awaited reissue of the highly sought-after Medusa chorus and tremolo pedal.
In December of 2004, Red Witch released the first Medusa Chorus Tremolo pedal with a limited run of 74 units. Over the years, those original Medusas became the Holy Grail for many players, and the overwhelming demand has inspired Red Witch to reissue the Medusa with some key upgrades and improvements.
The Medusa's incredible chorus and tremolo settings are flexible enough to deliver both classic and futuristic sounds, including a voicing control potentiometer instead of the original five-way dial for limitless options of delicious choral goodness. The Medusa also has a unique ChorusTrem setting which has the chorus and tremolo effects occur simultaneously and in sync. Stereo outputs provide killer depth and unparalleled magic, and it's all housed in a smaller, more compact housing.
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Comments about Red Witch Medusa Chorus and Tremolo Guitar Effects Pedal:
Overall I'm happy with this product and I hope the chorus noise is just my house and not the pedal being really noisy, but I will recommend this pedal to any one of my friends any day of the week.
First I have say, I was a little hesitant to buy this pedal because of the price but once strummed the first cord with the tremolo and chorus both going, I knew I was about to have some real fun, being able to independently pick the chorus or tremolo is great by itself but being able to have both going in just one pedal is probably the best space saver out there.
The sound that comes out of this is something I have yet to hear out of any other chorus/tremolo pedal to date, the chorus is just so natural sounding and the tremolo just feels like you're doing more than you actually are, it's unbelievable how naturally sounding these effects are. I play out of a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe and a Fender American Strat.
The chorus can be a little noisy but I suspect that has more to do with my house then the actual pedal itself, I haven't had the chance to play it in a live setting, I have taken it to different places and some places it's not as noisy as at my house.
The tremolo setting is very quiet and clean, it's a blast to have a tremolo pedal again for some of my more melodic songs where the tremolo just adds that missing element to it all.
Overall I'm happy with this purchase, some might be happier with 2 separate pedals if you switch between chorus and tremolo in the same song for instance, but overall for me having them in the same pedal is just fine.
Again the price is just steep, they probably could bring it down a bit.