This week: pedals by Suhr, TC Electronics and Dwarfcraft Devices
With new offerings this week from Suhr, Tc Electronics and Dwarfcraft Devices
With so many cool new effects being released we thought we would put them all in one place for you to check out. This week’s Pedal Round-Up includes some cool new effects including an analogue chorus, harmonizer and more.
Suhr Alexa Chorus/Vibrato
The new analogue chorus pedal from Suhr is a dual-channel pedal with six selectable waveforms including a mixture of classic and unique settings. Also on offer are two independent Speed, Depth & Delay controls for either side.
RRP – USD 299
TC Electronics Quintessence
The TC Electronics Quintessence pedal is an “intelligent” harmonizer pedal that includes its new MASH footswitch technology (as seen on recent TC pedals like its Flashback 2 delay) for more real-time control over the effect. This feature allows you to bend intervals up through a scale and so you can get expressive/creative with your harmonies.
The pedal is also geared up to work with the company’s Tone Print technology, so you can share and save patches via their online service and then download them to the pedal.
RRP – USD 149 due mid-October
Dwarfcraft Devices Grazer
Trust Dwarfcraft Devices to make the ‘oddball’ effect from of this weeks round up. The new Grazer is a ‘Micro-Sampler-Pitch-Shifter-Granular-Noise’ bit crushing, box of craziness. I would try and describe exactly what it does, but you’ll get more from watching their video demo below!
RRP – USD 225 pre-orders open now