| EMMA DISCUMBOBULATOR.
All new for Fall 2013! EMMA, due to popular demand has re-released the Discumbobulator! Fresh new models! Ready now!
The DiscumBOBulator is by far the best envelope filter we have heard to
date. Simply put, it's more Mutron-ish than any Mutron we've heard,
with just the right amount of squiggle and squawk to get the party
The DB-1 was designed to react precisely to even the
fastest of playing, while still being able to deal with strong signals
such as chords. In addition, the TM-1 will retain the full spectrum of
tone present in the original signal without the volume peaks and dips
common to other filters. Its multiple controls (Sensitivity, Up/Down
Drive, Width & Attack) allow precise adjustment to the
responsiveness and degree of the effect, while its proprietary
circuitry allows the DB-1 to be used for Guitar, Bass, or Keyboards
with equal effectiveness and dead-on tracking.
If digital modelers have left you flat, the DiscumBOBulator is sure to put the swing back in your strings!
Recorded in our studio here at PedalsPlus Effects Warehouse. You will not hear these EMMA demos anywhere else!
HARMONY CENTRAL USER REVIEWS:
pedal blows away any other "AutoWah" or envelope filter pedal. I tried
them all, and it took a while lemme tell you, but finally I found this
one. It oozes with wah. Every note and nuance I play (electric violin)
this thing just spews funk and wetness. Really warm, really intense
wah, regardless at what speed I'm playing. I must say I love the
filter sounds awesome!! Probably the best I've heard considering the
size and the price of the unit. I've compared it with a mutron, and a
menatone, and the EMMA is by far my favorite. Sounds very thick and
analog, as well as very clean and quiet. You can dial in just about any
envelope filter sound you can think of.
really like this pedal, and recommend it to anyone looking for that
mutron/moog sound, without taking up your whole pedal board. Its kinda
like they took that sound and squished it into a smaller box. It nails
that genuine envelope sound, along with bringing in some new cards to
the table. It is really a unique peice of auto-wah!