Dwarfcraft Devices Releases the Twin Stags

The company's first foray into modulation.

Eau Claire, WI (February 25, 2016) -- Twin Stags is Dwarfcraft Devices’ first foray into modulation is an effects pedal made of synth parts, to play with your effects pedals or your synth parts. Engineered to provide maximum interactivity with synth modules, in addition to a stellar stand alone experience.

Features:

  • Two fully featured tremolo circuits, offering trem speeds from “are you sure it’s going?” slow to “ring mod” fast.
  • The triangle core LFOs can be skewed from ramp to saw, and all points between.
  • Control voltage in and out via 1/8” jacks for seamless integration with Eurorack synthesizer modules and systems.
  • The Twin Stags also features two expression pedal inputs, one to control the rate of each LFO.
  • LFO 2 can be used to modulate the speed of LFO 1.

Price: Twin Stags Double Tremolo will retail for $250 and will be ready to ship in March.

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