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Summer NAMM 2011: Southern Gear Fry

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Summer NAMM 2011: Southern Gear Fry


1. Benado Effects Multi-Effector
Sage Benado’s multi-effector features stompbox-style layouts for compressor, distortion, overdrive, delay, and reverb effects, and includes dual mono outputs for use with more than amp. It also features a tuner output and an effects loop for the delay and reverb sections.
benadoeffects.com

2. EarthQuaker Devices Dispatch Master
The Dispatch Master delay/reverb offers 1.5 seconds of delay time and a Repeat knob that doubles as a Thickness control for the reverb when Time is dialed all the way back.
earthquakerdevices.com

3. Morpheus Bomber Polyphonic Pitch Shifter
The Bomber shifts pitches up (a second, a fi fth, an octave, or two octaves), down (a second, a fourth, a fi fth, or one or two octaves), and has a three-octave, foot-controlled dive-bomb feature. Other cool appointments include a rear-panel Trim control and a USB port for software updates.
morpheusfx.com

4. The Juliet Collective Set Adrift on Memory Bliss
The Juliet Collective had some really unique and beautifully built stomps to display at their fi rst NAMM appearance. The ultra-cool Set Adrift on Memory Bliss modulated delay has tons of sweet conventional delay sounds (we loved the slapback sounds), radical modulated delay tones, and a guitar-mounted wand you can use to control modulation in real time.
thejulietcollective.com
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