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Death By Audio Echo Dream II Modulated Delay Echo Effects Pedal Death By Audio Echo Dream II Modulated Delay Echo Effects Pedal
£285.00
In Stock
Death By Audio Echo Dream II Modulated Delay Echo Effects Pedal You Can Sleep When You�re Dead Delays come in many shapes and forms. There are vintage sounding pedals which attempt to rekindle the past. There are modern digital ones designed to provide shimmering clarity and ease of use. Then there are horrific, lumbering monstrosities designed to shake the very fabric of your perceived existence and send it shattering into pieces all around you as you stare, mouth agape, frozen in horrific wonder at what stands before you. This pedal is from that last category. Echoooooo! As the name might suggest, at the core of this pedal is a delay effect. As with most Death By Audio pedals, it is rarely that simple, but nevertheless, the delay portion is the point from which everything spawns. The delay effect is produced by a lovely analogue circuit which produces beautiful, ethereal style delay. Everything from slight, subtle slapback, all the way to long, swooping, all-encompassing trails that disappear into the ether.  The big knob on the top left controls delay time. This ranges from a widdly 20 milliseconds to a sizable 1.2 seconds. When venturing into the longer delay times, don�t be surprised to be confronted by some flutter, noise, and even distortion. The pedal makers designed the Echo Dream 2 to venture past the point of comfort deep into the unknown pushing the components past where they expect to be resulting in some unexpected, chaotic results. As should be made clear, when talking about Death By Audio pedals, traditional boundaries are something to be scoffed at. To accompany the delay time knob in the top left are the feedback and delay volume controls. The feedback knob is the control which dictates how out of control things are getting. With the knob turned counter-clockwise, you�ll be in slapback territory with just a few repeats of each delayed note. Turning the knob clockwise moves you further and further into madness. The notes will start to last longer and longer moving from a deep swimming sea into realms of the Ouroboros and self-oscillation. The delay volume controls how prevalent the delay signal is in the mix. The final facet to the delay controls is the toggle switch next to the feedback control. This toggle allows you to kill your dry tone completely. In the up position the pedal works as standard with our dry tone present in the mix. Your lucid dreaming. When the switch is flicked downward you relinquish control and the dry signal is removed completely. Here you only have the wet signal from the pedal. Just the repeats, no source. Wobbly, Wobbly Goodness Facet two to this many headed Hydra is the modulation function. Here�s where things really start to come off the rails in the best of ways. The modulation works by moving the delay time to create everything from a light chorus style effect to a huge, warping, slippery motion that sways and warbles and groans. Winding up the modulation control creates a really, truly unique soundscape that shifts and lumbers from side to side like a drunken Goliath. The modulation can be controlled by the speed, depth, and wave controls. The speed knob dictates how quickly the modulation is swept to and fro. The depth knob controls how far into the depths the modulation plunges with each swing. Finally, the wave switch allows you to choose between a sine or square wave movement. The sine mode sways in a smooth drunken fashion whilst the square moves far more abruptly and sharply. This feature to the pedal is great, taking the concept of modulation within a delay to entirely new levels. Making it Snarl As if everything previously mentioned wasn�t enough, the Echo Dream 2 also has an inbuilt fuzz section. This is controlled by one solitary knob which simply adds in a hefty, gritty, snarling fuzz effect. As mentioned, the modulation control and the time controls ability to hyper extend already pushes the pedal past the limits of reality. The fuzz is the knockout punch. Adding in a decent pinch of fuzz into an already creaking, swaying, unstable sound is the final straw allowing your tone and playing to fully succumb to the dream. It will really kick your sound in the stomach causing it to collapse in on itself with a dying shout. It�s such a clever addition which is the cherry on top of an already incredibly decadent (if not slightly horrifying) cake. Take a Ride on the Sleepwalking Colossus The Echo Dream 2 isn�t your average delay pedal. Heck, it isn�t your average pedal. It�s a self-devouring chaotic fever dream into the depths of your imagination if you want it to be. It can be fully tamed to function as a truly lovely warm and pretty simple delay with some light modulation, but where�s the fun in that. This is a pedal meant to be pushed to the max. Slam your foot on the accelerator as hard as you can and don�t blink. Who are Death By Audio Effects? Death By Audio handmake all of their pedals in an underground lair beneath the busy streets of Queens, New York. All of their effects are designed with the utmost attention to detail and care with the best available components to ensure sturdiness and sonic supremacy. They aren�t your traditional pedal company though. Each box is designed to push the boundaries and challenge your traditional view on what a pedal of that type might deliver. Though they can do the job it says on the tin, when pushed, they are designed to realm deep into uncharted territory. This is a company designed to turn heads. A company for the adventurous and the experimental. Why Bonners? Here at Bonners Music you have the opportunity to try one of these great Death By Audio effects pedals yourself. Just give us a call on 01323 636141 or better still, visit our showroom! If you can't see the Death By Audio pedal listed that you are after just call 01323 636141 for availability and the best price. Model: Death By Audio Echo Dream II Master Control: Sets the overall volume. Fuzz Control: Sets the amount of gain, from clean to fuzzed-out bliss. Delay Control: Sets the volume of the delayed signal. D Time Control: Controls the delay time (numbers shown in milliseconds) between 20 ms and 1.2 seconds. Long delay times can create flutter, noise, and distortion. FBack Control: Controls the feedback of the delays, from slapback to wild runaway oscillation. Left Toggle: Up for clean blend, down to kill the dry signal and hear only the repeats. Speed Control: Controls how fast the modulator runs. Depth Control: Sets how far the modulator will swing the delay time. At high intervals, the pitch of the repeats will shift several semitones! Right Toggle: Up for a smoother modulator waveform, down for a sharp, square-shaped wave. Dimensions: 5.87" x 4.72" x 2.35" (including hardware). Weight: 21 oz. Power: 9V (runs on standard 2.1mm negative center 9V adapter or included 9V battery). Current Draw: 40 mA.
Death By Audio Fuzz War Fuzz Boost Overdrive and Distortion Effects Pedal Death By Audio Fuzz War Fuzz Boost Overdrive and Distortion Effects Pedal
£179.00
In Stock
Death By Audio Fuzz War Fuzz Boost Overdrive and Distortion Effects Pedal Hold Fast! Fuzz pedals are very subjective things. They come in many flavours. The Fuzz War by Death By Audio is a hugely versatile, chaotic, screaming monster of a fuzz. With its simple yet powerful controls, you can just as easily create a tame, traditional fuzz tone as you can kick the latch off Pandora�s box and spew hatred and madness into the land. Think an angry, foaming Grizzly bear in a dinner suit. Control The power of this pedal comes from the power of its controls. There are only three knobs to contend with but each of them is so deeply effective and powerful that you can really bend and shape this tone into an absolute slew of different intricate and convincing shapes. As with all the pedals from Death By Audio, it encourages exploration and experimentation. This is a pedal designed to be toyed with and twiddled with. Discovering crazy, unexpected, and unique tones everywhere you turn. Fuzz This one of the major keys to the flexibility of this pedal. The fuzz control controls the amount of gain present in the circuit. The knob, as it sweeps from left to right, moves from boost, to distortion, to fuzz, to all out ferocious hatred sputtering forth from the abyss. The marvel of this pedal is that every setting you could possibly land on is utterly convincing and genuine. No sound sounds half baked, they are all completely authentic.  Tone In the Fuzz War, one of its most devastating weapons is the tone control. This is a hugely effective knob and probably the main tool you�ll be using to control this beast and metamorphosize it into its many, many forms. Counter clockwise will morph the pedal into a deeper, sludgier form with more of a deep, gurgly sound. Things are cloudy and murky in this position. Swing the control round to the right and things get thinner, more articulate, cutting. The power of this knob really can�t be understated. It is extremely diverse and versatile. It fundamentally redefines the character of the pedal from the ground up and allows for a really honest array of tones. Again, the key here is in its authenticity. Nowhere you can land sounds uninspiring or imperfect. It feels truly alive and responsive. Volume The smallest control situated between the other two Titans is the volume control. This one works as you might expect controlling the master output level of the pedal to try and keep things somewhat under control. Fire At Will! Another thing worth mentioning is that each of the Fuzz War pedals by Death By Audio is spray painted by hand. This completes the pure punk rock attitude that permeates every pore of this beasty. Each one is subtly unique and flawed in its appearance with its own battle scars and war stories to threaten and beguile your amplifier and anyone within shouting distance of it. This is a truly personal, alive, reactive, schizophrenic fuzz pedal. If you're looking for something with some serious cojones, something that can be well-behaved in one moment and a barbaric machete-wielding lunatic the next, this is the pedal for you. Who are Death By Audio Effects? Death By Audio hand-make all of their pedals in an underground lair beneath the busy streets of Queens, New York. All of their effects are designed with the utmost attention to detail and care with the best available components to ensure sturdiness and sonic supremacy. They aren�t your traditional pedal company though. Each box is designed to push the boundaries and challenge your traditional view on what a pedal of that type might deliver. Though they can do the job it says on the tin, when pushed, they are designed to realm deep into uncharted territory. This is a company designed to turn heads. A company for the adventurous and the experimental. Why Bonners? Here at Bonners Music you have the opportunity to try one of these great Death By Audio effects pedals yourself. Just give us a call on 01323 636141 or better still, visit our showroom! If you can't see the Death By Audio pedal listed that you are after just call 01323 636141 for availability and the best price. Model: Death By Audio Fuzz War Volume Control: Controls the overall output level. Fuzz Control: Controls the gain of the fuzz circuit. At its lowest setting the pedal just acts as a tone shifter. As the fuzz knob is turned up it sweeps from a booster to an overdrive to a thick distortion to a full on blown out war of fuzz. Tone Control: A specially designed multi-curve shaping filter which changes the timbre of the pedal from super deep bass sludge to screaming highs. Dimensions: 5.87" x 4.72" x 2.5" (including hardware). Weight: 18 oz. Power: 9V (runs on standard 2.1mm negative center 9V adapter or included 9V battery). Current Draw: 1 mA.
Death By Audio Reverberation Machine Guitar Effects Pedal Death By Audio Reverberation Machine Guitar Effects Pedal
£219.00
In Stock
Death By Audio Reverberation Machine Guitar Effects Pedal Kick Your Tone in the Teeth Ever fancied achieving the sound of kicking the front of your amp in and throwing it into a deep, dark cave? Well then, this is the pedal for you. The Reverberation Machine by Death By Audio is part reverb, part fuzz, part distilled concentrated self-consuming chaos. What a Swell Sound The Reverberation Machine is primarily a reverb. You can control the amount of space within which to create rich, swimming reverb to swell and coat your playing along with the choice between bright or dark tonalities. The sound can be small and subtle, working as a very nice traditional reverb. The knob to control the reverb, however, you may notice, goes up to 125%. This allows you to have the reverb spiral out of control as if you were playing in a haunted Gothic cathedral or a black hole perhaps. The bright/dark switch can generate sweet, sparkly spring style reverb all the way through the spectrum of sound to much gloomier, nefarious incarnations. The reverb though is just the tip of the iceberg. Here Comes the Filth As you may notice, only one of the four controls on the Reverberation Machine actually directly controls the reverberation. The other controls are there to unleash the pedals clandestine Mr Hyde. The pedal has an inbuilt gain circuit which is controllable through the �altitude� control. The further up you wind that control, the more wide open and distorted the pedal becomes. This can be combined with the reverb and tone controls to achieve some seriously huge, utterly unique, spacey swimmy enormousness. It�s somewhat indescribable and wholly self-explanatory all at once. The lovely enigmatic space a lot of Death By Audio�s effects pedals so confidently occupy. Take a Trip into Deep Space As with most pedals from these guys, this is a pedal that needs to be played to be understood. You need to turn off your inhibitions and let the pedal take you where it wants to go. It�s a really cool and refreshing experience to have such simple yet dynamic controls delivering such a crazy array of sounds. It encourages you to explore and fiddle and create. Take a trip into deep space with the Reverberation Machine by Death By Audio. Who are Death By Audio Effects? Death By Audio hand-make all of their pedals in an underground lair beneath the busy streets of Queens, New York. All of their effects are designed with the utmost attention to detail and care with the best available components to ensure sturdiness and sonic supremacy. They aren�t your traditional pedal company though. Each box is designed to push the boundaries and challenge your traditional view on what a pedal of that type might deliver. Though they can do the job it says on the tin, when pushed, they are designed to realm deep into uncharted territory. This is a company designed to turn heads. A company for the adventurous and the experimental. Why Bonners? Here at Bonners Music you have the opportunity to try one of these great Death By Audio effects pedals yourself. Just give us a call on 01323 636141 or better still, visit our showroom! If you can't see the Death By Audio pedal listed that you are after just call 01323 636141 for availability and the best price. Model: Death By Audio Reverberation Vol: Controls the master output volume. Altitude Control: This is similar to gain. Turn it up to bring in a more wide open, distorted sound. Verb Control: Blends in the amount of reverb. Dark/Light Symbol: Dark cavernous reverberation to bright shimmering reverberation. When the Altitude and Verb controls are turned past 12 o'clock, the pedal can produce potentially harmful volumes, white noise, and other artifacts** Dimensions: 4.86" x 3.67" x 2.06"(including hardware). Weight: 14 oz. Power: 9V (runs ons a positive ring, negative tip 9V DC adapter or included 9V battery). Current Draw: 66 mA

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