Key Features at a Glance
- Pitch-shifter pedal with pressure-sensitive footswitch.
- Studio-grade algorithms including polyphonic pitch shifting, whammy-style, octave up, and detune.
- Dual-voice pitch-shifting from unison to two octaves up or down.
- Pressure-sensitive MASH expression/control footswitch bends pitch-shifted notes and is assignable to any parameter of the pedal.
- Craft eccentric pitch effects and customize MASH functionality with free TonePrint Editor software.
- Beam signature tones and artist-made effects into your pedal with the free TonePrint App.
- Simple, easy-to-use controls let you focus on playing.
- Compact format fits on most pedalboards.
- True bypass preserves your tone when pedal is disengaged.
- Works with guitars or can be implemented into effects-loop signals.
- Optional buffered bypass mode prevents high-end loss from long cable runs.
- Analog-dry-thru maintains integrity of analog dry signal path even when the effect is on.
Four Pitch FX Types
- Detune: Rather than shift a voice by a number of semitones, this effect changes the pitch by a few cents, which can then be blended with the dry signal using the Mix knob. This gives a thicker, double-tracked sound to your tone. You can still use the MASH to perform pseudo-bends up 30 cents for V1 and down 30 cents for V2.
- Wham: With the pedal engaged, both Voice knobs will default to the unison setting until MASH is engaged. Engaging MASH will cause each Voice setting to bend gradually up or down toward the selected pitch, similar to classic whammy effects.
- V1-V2: With the pedal engaged, the Voice 1 knob will already be active, assuming it is set to something other than Off. Use the MASH function to shift from the Voice 1 setting to the Voice 2 setting. This can be used to shift seamlessly from an octave up to octave down, change chord tones, or even simulate a B-bender T-style guitar.
- PITCH: Both Voice knobs are always active in this setting as long as the pedal is engaged. You can set one Voice as a harmony (or even a total pitch shift), or set two Voices that are always present. This can be used to simulate a capo by shifting up a few notes, or detune to play songs in flat or drop tunings.
Controls at a Glance
- FX Type Knob: selects among pitch and TonePrint effects.
- Mix Knob: adjusts the balance between dry and pitch-shifted signal.
- Voice 1 Knob: determines the interval of pitch-shifting for Voice 1
- Voice 2 Knob: determines the interval of pitch-shifting for Voice 2
- Up/Down Switches: select whether the voice knob will shift the pitch up or down. You'll find one switch per Voice section.
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