The new Dwarfcraft Devices Treeverb and Body Mod pedals are getting shown off now in time for Winter NAMM and they both look as though could be pretty popular.
Dwarfcraft Devices Treeverb
The new Dwarfcraft Devices Treeverb is their take on a reverb effect. With controls for Length, Tone and a pre-delay which is set by the Character knob.
‘atmospheric, woozy and sci-fi’
The pedal has three settings via a three-way mini toggle switch – Hall is the broadest reverb mode in the Treeverb, then there is Pitch which adds dual pitch shifters to a regular reverb. The last setting is Modulated and you use this one to get what Dwarfcraft Devices calls ‘atmospheric, woozy and sci-fi’ sounds.
Both the Tone and Character knobs work together and allow you to dial in a chorus-like effect that can be subtle or not. The pedal also has internal trim-pots for setting input and output levels. As always, I would advise you take a look at their official demo videos below.
RRP – USD 199
Dwarfcraft Devices Body Mod
With the new Body Mod pedal, you get not one, but three modulation effects. These include Chorus, Flange, and Octave. You can dial them in using the Rate and Depth knobs, which kind of do what they say in each mode, plus the Flux control.
Three States of Flux
When you are in the Chorus mode, an upper octave effect is controlled by Flux. In Flange mode, Flux knob becomes a resonance dial. Lastly, in the Octave mode, a parallel sub-octave and upper octave signals get filtered with the Flux knob.
Again, there is a pair of internal trim-pots for setting input and output levels
RRP – USD 199
Both pedals are true-bypass with soft switching, they have top mounted jacks and can be run from a 9-volt centre negative power supply. As usual with these guys, you really need to take a listen to the demo videos, because they both have a few interesting unusual twists to them. If you like tweaking, chances are you will love these.