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Dan Armstrong Green Ringer Guitar Effects Pedal
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The Green Ringer Effect Pedal from Dan Armstrong can have a single note played into it and will produce a second tone one octave above the original n...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Green Ringer Effect Pedal from Dan Armstrong can have a single note played into it and will produce a second tone one octave above the original note. If two notes are played into it, it will produce sum and different tones just like a ring modulator. Depending on the musical interval between the two notes, the additional tones the Green Ringer produces will be harmonically related to the original notes (such as sub octaves) or dissonant. The Ringer guitar pedal gives the musician much better control over the effect produced than a conventional ring modulator, since he is no longer playing against an arbitrary modulator frequency. It features Input Impedance of 100 k Ohms and has Output Impedance of 500 ohms, and a Signal-to-Noise ratio of 86 db.
- The Green Ringer is built in a sturdy, attractive aluminum housing with only the finest quality components. Overall dimensions are 102 m.m. wide x 102 m.m. high x 50 m.m. high. Weight is only 16 ozs., including battery.
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I didn't realize they were actually making these now. This was on of my first pedal builds. It gives a sort of octave up sound, that is better when there is some sort of boost in front of it. This thing is awesome if you put a Blue Box in front of it. It's like 2 octavers fighting for which way the sound will go.With no controls though, this thing is very limited in terms of sounds you can get from the pedal alone.